CQI_Elect_EC425-A

Electrical Testing (A)

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1- Basic information

Code

EC425

Bylaw

2004

Department

Electrical Engineering

Program

Computers and Systems

responsible Department

Electrical Engineering

Prerequisite

Course units

Lectures

4

h

System

Daily Schedule

Tutorials

2

h

Level

4

Practical

h

Semester

1

Total

6

h

Academic year

2011-2012

2- Statistics of passing the course

Students

Registered

examined

Apologized

Deprived

Absent

Total

No.

12

0

0

0

12

%

100%

0%

0%

0%

100%

Exam statistics

Examined

Succeeded

Failed

Total

No.

12

0

12

%

100%

0%

100%

Passed Students statistics

Grade

Excellent

Very good

Good

Pass

Total

No.

3

5

3

1

12

%

24%

44%

24%

8%

100%

3- Course content and topics

3-1 Coverage of course content:

% Taught from the specified course content

100%

% Covered from specified course topics

100%

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3-2 Topics that have not been taught from or have been added to those stated in course specification:

4- Teaching and learning methods

4-1 Teaching and learning methods used:

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No.

Topics ( State whether Deleted/added)

Affected

Learning outcomes

Reasons for deletion or addition

1

None

None

None

Teaching and learning methods

In course specs.

Activated methods

4-2 Difficulties faced in applying Teaching and learning methods ( if any ):

1- UnavailabilityofSoftwarepackagetoperformsimulation
2- ServosystemKitworksformorethan12years,anditslifetimehasendedfrom

two years. In the development of control Lab., two new Servosystem Kits has been bought and starts working in the second semester (2010/2011).

4-4 Applied teaching and learning methods for slow learning and outstanding students

Category

Method

Timing

Slow learning students

 Allocating a portion of office hours for these students.

 Throughout the semester

 Re-explanations for some topics, lectures and exercises in extra hours.

 Additional Lab session in the seventh week

 Additional Lab. Session in the thirteenth week

Outstanding students

 Psychological and Moral encouragement.

 Throughout the semester

 Establishing a competition between students

 The 13th week

 Honor certificates by course professor.

 After course results

2

Lecture

Presentations and Movies

Discussions Tutorials Problem solving Brain storming Projects Site visits Self learning Cooperative Discovering Modeling Role Playing

Other

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5- Assessment methods

5-1 Assessment methods used:

Assessment methods

In course specs.

Activated methods

5-2 Difficulties faced in applying assessment methods (if any):

6- Achieved learning outcomes

6-1 Students achieving learning outcomes:

1-

Course learning outcomes

No. of achieving students

%

Knowledge & Understanding

A.2.1

A.2.1Using LogicWork 4.0 to simulate design of ALU, and processor.

10

83

A.4

A.4 List principle of design for ALU and processor.

11

91

A.5

A.5 Apply mathematical methods for Solving engineering problems

10

83

A.10

A.10 Write weekly report.

12

100

A.13

A.13 Apply principles of logic design to simulate ALU and processor design.

11

91

A.18

A.18. Derive mathematical models for linear systems

9

75

A.19

A.19 Apply the Linear system theory to design and analyze linear controllers(lead, lag, PI, PD, State feedback controllers, etc..) to achieve desired performance of closed loop systems

9

75

B.5

B.5 Evaluate the designed processor.

10

83

B.6

B.6 Investigate the failure of the processor to execute some instruction.

11

91

B.8

B.8 Select the appropriate ICT tools to simulate the design of ALU and

processor.

12

100

3

Written Exam

Oral Exam

Tutorial assessment

Project assessment

Model assessment

Report assessment

Quiz assessment

Presentation assessment

Discussion Laboratory test Home Exam Monitoring

Other method

C

C

C

D D

6-2 Comments on rate of achieving course ILOs:

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Intellectual Skills

B.11

B.11 Analyze the results of frequency – domain and time domain methods to derive linear mathematical models for servosystems

9

75

B.13

.13 Select the appropriate design techniques to simulate the design of ALU and

processor.

11

91

B.14

B.14 Synthesize and apply IT tools to ALU and Processor.

11

91

B.16

B.16 Identify the bugs in The ALU and processor design

11

91

B.17

B.17 Use LogicWork 4.0 to simulate ALU and processor.

11

91

Professional Skills

C.6

C.6 Use software packages and develop computer programs to simulate the design of

ALU and processor.

11

91

C.7

.7 Apply frequency – domain and time – domain methods to measure the parameters of linear

Mathematical models for Servosystems

10

83

C.8

C.8 Apply safe systems at the laboratory and observe the appropriate steps to manage

risks.

10

83

C.9

.9 Demonstrate basic organizational and project management skills in performing

experiments and reports.

12

100

C.10

C.10 Apply quality assurance procedures and follow codes and standards in the

laboratory.

10

83

C.14

.14 Use design packages throughout the phases of the life cycle of system development to

simulate processor design.

12

100

C.15

C.15 Write computer programs on professional levels achieving acceptable quality

measures in software development in simulating ALU and Processor design.

12

100

C.17

C.17 Design of linear analog/digital controllers for servosystems

11

91

General Skills

D.2

.2 Work in stressful environment and within constraints to finish assigned task within

laboratory time.

13

100

D.3

.3 Communicate effectively with teammates and lab demonstrator.

12

100

D.4

D.4 Use computer and software packages effectively.

12

100

D.6

D.6 Demonstrate managing tasks, time, and resources in the laboratory.

11

91

B

1-More than 80 % of the students in the course have gained the experience of working in the Lab with software packages to simulate the design of ALU and

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Processor.
2- More than 75 % of the students in the course have gained the experience to design and analyze position and speed control systems.

7- Student assessment of course

7-1 Results of students’ course assessment (Average %):

P= Positive – N= Negative
7-2 The most important points in free views of students:

General items

ILOs

Lab. Experiments

Assessment system

Staff

Assistants

Laboratory

P.

N.

P.

N.

P.

N.

P.

N.

P.

N.

P.

N.

P.

N.

72

28

73

27

84

16

94

6

81

19

85

15

90

10

1. Practicalaspectsoftheexperiments.
2. Closerelationwiththerealworld
3. Labtimeisnotsuitable
4. MostoftheequipmentsinthecontrolLabisnotfunctioningdueto

Aging .
5. ConducttheLabinacompleteworkingday
6. IncreasingtheLabhours.
7. Haveonlypracticalexamandnowrittenexam.

7-3 Comments on students’ course assessment result:

8- Facilities for teaching

9- Constrains and administrative restrictions (if any).

Accurate to great extent and it indicates that students are responsive

References

Available

Limited

not available

Aids

Available

Limited

not available

Supplies and raw materials

Available

Limited

not available

5

1- No enough budget to buy the software packages and update equipments.

2- No new equipment for control lab has been bought from about 10 years. Development of control lab has been carried out in the academic year 2010/2011

10- Coursedevelopment

10-1 Development suggestions achieved (refer to the previous year course report):

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Development aspects

Item

date

Responsible person

Course content & topics

Introducing new practical experiments such as modeling and control inverted pendulum.

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3123 – 3122

Staff

Halls/classes

Microphone, and Air conditioning

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3123 – 3122

Dept. head

10-2 Development suggestions not achieved (refer to the previous course report):

10-3 Long term development suggestions:

10-4 Development plan for the next year/cycle:

Development aspects

Item

Reasons

Responsible person

Teaching aids

enoN

Dept. head

1-Have the lab time early and on a separate day without other classes.
2. Developing or buying new control Kits such as temperature control, lift-systems , magnetic levitation , and inverted pendulum kit.

Development aspects

Description

date

Responsible person

Course ILOs

d.4 Demonstrate efficient IT capabilities.

September 2011

Staff

Course content & topics

More practical Examples using Software packages

September 2011

Staff

Teaching aids

Problem solving and projects

September 2011

Dept. head

Halls/classes

Data show

September 2011

Dept. head

6

Date: 20/06/2012

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Staff members

Program Coordinator

Dr. Mohamed Hassan

Dr. Samia Abd El-Fattah Ali

Dr. Samia Abd El-Fattah Ali Dr. Amer Abdelfattah

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