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Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Higher education institution:
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
ECTS credits:
7(E) + 8(E) + 30(L)
Issuing teachers:

Professor Danijel Pavković, PhD

Assistant Professor Mario Hrgetić, PhD

Course contractors:

Assistant Professor Mario Hrgetić, PhD (E, L)

Professor Danijel Pavković, PhD (L)

Course description:
Course objectives: To acquire basic knowledge of electrical and electronic engineering for aeronautical engineering students. Enrolment requirements and required entry competences for the course: Student responsibilities: Regular attendance of lectures and practical excercises Consultations as needed Grading and evaluation of student work over the course of instruction and at a final exam: Regular attendance Active participation in practical excercises Examination Methods of monitoring quality that ensure acquisition of exit competences: Interactive teachin precess with active student participation in discussions, consultations, email correspondence Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to (learning outcomes): Understanding the underlying operating principles of electric and electronic componentsAcquiring necessary knowhow and skils to analyze and implement the basic electrical and electronic components and circuits Lectures 1. Introduction to aeronautical electrical engineering 2. Electrostatics 3. Direct current (Ohm law, Kirchhoff"s laws, work and power) 4. Solving direct current circuits 5. Electromagnetics 6. Self induction and mutual induction, transient effects 7. Alternative current 8. Electronics: semiconductors, diodes, rectifiers, 9. FET, bipolar transistor 10. Thyristors and power control 11. Operational amplifiers 12. Integrated circuit technology 13. Digital circuits 14. Microprocessors 15. Special circuits for aeronautical electrical engineering Exercises 1. Capacitor circuits 2. Measuring of voltage and current 3. Direct current circuits 4. Resistance measurement 5. Work and power of direct current 6. Electromagnetics 7. Alternative current circuits 8. Coloquium 1 9. Diode circuits 10. Transistor circuits 11. Operational amplifier circuits 12. Power control using thyristors and triacs 13. Logic circuits 14. Microprocessor based control 15. Coloquium 2
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Mandatory literature:

1. Essert, M., Valter, Z, " Osnove elektrotehnike", Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 1990.

2. Grilec, J., Zorc, D., "Osnove elektronike", Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2002.

3. Cathey, J. J., "Basic Electrical Engineering", Schaum series, McGraw-Hill, 1997.

Course in study programme:
Code Name of study Level of study Semester Required/Elective
1141 Aeronautical Engineering undergraduate 5 required


  • E - Exercises
  • L - Lectures