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Level 2
Course ID Course Title Course Description
ENEE2101 BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB

(For Mechanical Engineering Students)
Basic concepts and laws for DC circuits, network theorems, concept of impedance, measurement of phase difference for electrical circuits composed of resistors, capacitors and inductors (RLC circuits), power analysis and power factor, transformers, magnetic circuits, diodes characterization and applications (Lab 3hrs).
Prerequisites: ENEE2301, PHYS112

ENEE2102 CIRCUITS LAB

Faults in electrical circuits, application of electrical network theorems, pulse response for first and second order electrical circuits, bridges and their applications, filter circuits, two-port circuits, resonance circuits, three-phase circuits, electrical transformers (Lab 3hrs).
Prerequisites: PHYS112,  (ENEE2305 or concurrent)

ENEE2103 Circuits and Electronics Lab

(Computer Systems Engineering Students)            
Application of electrical network theorems, step response for first and second order electrical circuits, filter circuits, Transistor characteristics and biasing, amplifier circuits,  frequency response of amplifiers,  operational amplifiers, oscillators, voltage regulators  (Lab 3hrs).
Prerequisites: (PHYS 112 or concurrent), ENEE236

ENEE2301 NETWORK ANALYSIS 1

Introduction to electrical engineering, electrical quantities and the basic elements of electrical circuits, dc circuit analysis, energy storage elements, first and second order circuits, sinusoidal steady state response, AC power and power factor correction, three phase circuits, magnetically coupled circuits and transformers, different applications in the electrical engineering. Using simulation tools for analysis and design of  electric circuits.  
Prerequisites: PHYS132

ENEE2302 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

The concept of system, and its input and output signals, classification of systems and signals, Linear time invariant systems and convolution theorem. System characterization by the impulse response, periodic signals and their Fourier series representation. Response of  Linear time invariant systems to periodic input signals,   Fourier transform, frequency response, and use of Fourier transform in system analysis. Applications of Fourier transform in communications. Sampling theorem, Laplace transform , Z-transform, Application of Laplace transform  and z-transform in systems characterized by differential and difference equations. State space representation. 
Prerequisite: MATH331

ENEE2303 ELECTRONICS 1

Semiconductor materials and PN junction, diode circuit applications, bipolar junction transistor structure and operation, BJT biasing circuits, small signal BJT amplifiers (CB, CE, and CC).  Field effect transistor structures and operations, FET biasing circuits small signal FET amplifiers (CG, CS, CD), multistage amplifiers,  frequency response of amplifiers, PnPn and other devices, using simulation tools for the design, and  analysis of  electronic circuits 
Prerequisite: ENEE2301

ENEE2304 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

(Computer Systems Engineering Students)
Electrical quantities and the basic elements of electrical circuits, DC circuit analysis, energy storage elements, first and second order circuits, sinusoidal steady state response, AC power, Power factor correction, three phase circuits, Laplace transform in circuit analysis, filter circuits’ analysis and design, two port networks. Using simulation tools for analysis and design of  electric circuits.
Prerequisites: PHYS132,  (Math331 or concurrent)

ENEE2305 NETWORK ANALYSIS 2

Operational amplifier, Laplace transform analysis and circuit application, network functions, frequency selective circuits, Active filters analysis and design, two port networks, circuit topology and general circuit analysis, Using simulation tools for analysis and design of  electric circuits.
Prerequisite: ENEE2301, (EE2302 or concurrent)

ENEE2307 PROBABILITY AND ENGINEERING STATISTICS

Set operations, axioms of probability, Bayes' theorem, independent events, the random variable, probability density function, examples of discrete probability distributions (Binomial, Poisson, geometric, hyper-geometric, multinomial), examples of continuous probability distributions (Normal, uniform, Log-normal, Gamma, Beta, Weibell), multivariate probability density functions, normal approximation to the Binomial distribution, population and sampling, unbiased estimators, sampling distribution of the mean with known and unknown variance, point and interval estimation, elements of hypothesis testing, linear correlation linear regression, least squares, the random process, stationarity and ergodicity, Gaussian random processes. 
Prerequisite: MATH132

ENEE236 ANALOG ELECTRONICS

(Computer Systems Engineering) 
Semiconductor material and p-n junction, diode circuit applications, bipolar junction transistor (BJT); BJT biasing and small signal analysis, field effect transistor (FET); FET biasing and small signal analysis, multistage amplifiers, amplifier frequency response, applications of operational amplifiers, voltage regulation, thyristors and triggering circuits.
Prerequisite: ENEE2301 or ENEE2304

ENEE2408 ELECTRICAL MACHINES

DC and AC magnetic circuits and their solution by application of electromagnetic field theory, electromechanical energy conversion. Single and three phase transformers theory Synchronous Generators, construction, principle of operation and control. Synchronous motors principle of operation and applications.Single and Three-phase induction motors, types, principle of operation, characteristics. DC generators and motors types and principle of operation. Practical control circuits for AC and DC motors.
Prerequisite: ENEE2301

ENEE2409 ANALOG ELECTRONICS

(For Mechatronics students)
Structure, operation and properties of bipolar junction and field effect transistors, analysis and design of transistors bias circuits, small signal models of the transistors, basic amplifier configurations, amplifier frequency response, multistage amplifiers, audio frequency power amplifiers and heat sinking, differential amplifier, operational amplifier and their applications, oscillators and wave shaping, linear and switching voltage regulators, thyristors, trigger devices and application, using computer software to analyze and design electronics circuits.
Prerequisite: ENEE2301

Level 3
Course ID Course Title Course Description
ENEE3101 ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB

Selected experiments in the field of DC electrical machines (all types of motors and generators), single-phase and three-phase transformers, AC machines, three-phase induction machines, three-phase synchronous machines, single phase AC motors, contactors and relays application (Lab 3hrs).
Prerequisites: ENEE2102, ENEE2408

ENEE3102 ELECTRONICS LAB

Selected  experiments on diode characteristics and applications, Transistor characteristics and biasing, amplifier circuits, multi-stage amplifier design, frequency response of amplifiers, differential amplifiers, operational amplifiers, power amplifiers, feedback amplifiers, oscillators, voltage amplifiers, thyristors (Lab 3hrs). 
Prerequisites: PHYS112, ENEE2409 or (ENEE3304 or concurrent)

ENEE3301 LIGHTING AND ACOUSTICS ENGINEERING

(For Architecture Engineering Students)
Lighting sources (natural and industrial), lighting calculations inside and outside buildings, lighting fixtures, laminar calculation and design, electrical drawings, acoustics principles, controlling of sound, suitable material for walls and ceilings that affect sound, design and measure of acoustic systems.
Prerequisite: ENAR237

ENEE3302 CONTROL SYSTEMS

(Computer Systems Engineering Students)
Introduction to automatic control concepts. Multi-input and multi-output systems. Control system fundamentals. Response of linear time invariant systems, frequency response. Stability, Introduction to state space representation, Introduction to discrete and computerized control. 
Prerequisites: ENEE2304، ENEE2302

ENEE3303 PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

Review of Fourier analysis, bandwidth definitions, time-bandwidth relations and rise time, Amplitude Modulation Systems: Normal AM, DSBSC, SSBSC, Vestigial sideband modulation systems, frequency and phase modulation systems, modulation and demodulation of narrow band and wide band FM signals, FM bandwidth, preview of super heterodyne receiver, the sampling theorem, pulse amplitude, pulse width, and pulse position modulation, random processes: stationarity and ergodicity, transmission of a random process through a linear filter, power spectral density, Gaussian processes, noise and narrow band noise representation, noise in AM receivers, noise in FM receivers, pre-emphasis and de-emphasis, comparison between AM and FM systems in terms of performance in a noisy channel, sampling theorem, pulse code modulation, quantization and encoding, delta modulation, differential pulse code modulation, base band data transmission.
Prerequisites: (ENEE2307 or concurrent), ENEE2302

ENEE3304 ELECTRONICS 2

Audio-frequency linear power amplifiers and heat sinks, current sources and their applications in IC, integrated differential and operational amplifier, applications of operational amplifiers, feedback amplifiers, discrete and integrated oscillators, voltage regulators, using simulation tools for the design, and  analysis of  electronic circuits.
Prerequisite: ENEE2303

ENEE3305 POWER ELECTRONICS

Semiconductors, principles of modern power electronic devices and their characteristics, power diodes, Triacs and power Transistors, power MOSFETs and IGBTs.  Thyristors and their operation, protection, triggering and commutation circuits.  Principles of power electronic circuits (converters) that convert between different types of voltages: AC-AC converters including frequency changing converters (cycloconverters), AC-DC converters (controlled and uncontrolled rectifiers), DC-AC converters (inverters), and DC-DC converters (choppers), applications of power electronics in to controlling either power systems or AC and DC machines.​
Prerequisites: ENEE2303 or ENEE236

ENEE3306 MODERN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

The matched filter receiver, probability of error due to noise, intersymbol interference (ISI), Nyquist criterion for distortionless baseband data transmission, baseband M-ary PAM transmission, equalization, digital passband transmission, coherent detection of signals in noise, coherent binary PSK and FSK, coherent quadric-phase shift keying, non-coherent binary FSK, differential PSK, signal-space concept, M-ary modulation techniques, M-ary PSK, M-ary QAM, M-ary FSK, computing the probability of error of some band pass systems.Multiple Access Techniques; Frequency Division Multiple Access, Time Division Multiple Access, Code Division Multiple Access, Hybrid systems. Spread Spectrum Communication Systems.
Prerequisite: ENEE2307, ENEE3303

ENEE339 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

(Computer Systems Engineering Students)
Concepts of transmission of information via communication channels. Modulation techniques for transmission of continuous-time signals. Analog-to-digital conversion and pulse code modulation. Transmission of digital data. Effects of random signals and noise on communication. Optimum detection systems in the presence of noise. Elementary information theory.
Prerequisites: ENEE2307, ENEE2302.

ENEE3408 ELECTROMAGNETICS 1

Introduction to vector analysis and coordinate systems, static electric field, electric field intensity vector, the curl and divergence, Coulombs Law, Gauss's law in differential and integral forms, the potential integral, gradient of the potential function, Maxwell's equations in integral and differential form, conductor properties, boundary conditions, solution of Poisson and Laplace equations, the theory of images, steady electric current, conservation of charge and the continuity equation, force and torque on current-carrying circuits, boundary conditions, Poynting theorem, retarded potentials, wave equation, uniform plane wave propagation, the uniform damped and undamped plane waves, the skin effect, reflection of plane waves (conductors and dielectrics), the normal incidence case, transmission lines, telegraph equations, TEM waves along the transmission line, current relations.
Prerequisites: PHYS132, MATH231

Level 4
Course ID Course Title Course Description
ENEE4000 PRACTICAL TRAINING

Practical training during summer in a specialized institute for not less than 6 weeks. 
Prerequisite: Third or fourth year standing and department approval

ENEE4101 ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND POWER ELECTRONICS LAB

(For Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics Engineering Students)    
Selected experiments in the field of DC and AC single-phase and three-phase electrical machines, experiments on single-phase and three-phase transformers, special types of electrical machines motors, experiments on Thyristors, Triacs and their triggering circuits and applications, Power transistors and their applications (Lab 3hrs).
Prerequisites: ENEE2101, ENEE4301

ENEE4103 COMMUNICATIONS LAB

Experiments on AM and FM modulation demodulation, experiments on sampling and multiplexing, Pulse Code Modulation (PCM), Delta Modulation (DM) and Sigma Modulation, experiments on noise in modulation techniques (digital and analog), digital carrier modulation, selected experiments on microwave, demonstration on transmission lines (Lab 3hrs). 
Prerequisite: (ENEE3306 or concurrent)  or ENEE339

ENEE4104 ENGINEERING SIMULATION LAB

In this lab the student will be equipped with the necessary skills to design and implement integrated engineering projects starting with engineering simulation packages and ending with design of print circuit boards (PCB) (Lab 3hrs).
Prerequisites: ENEE2408, ENEE3304

ENEE4105 CONTROL AND POWER ELECTRONICS LAB

Selected experiments in the field of control systems, power electronics, speed control for electrical machines using power electronics, different methods for the design of electrical circuits for speed control of motors (voltage method, frequency method, ...etc.), AC-to-DC and DC-to-AC power conversion (Lab 3hrs).
Prerequisite: ENEE4302, ENEE3305

ENEE4202 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND DRAWING

Introduction to electrical design in building, electrical loads and their types, electrical illuminations, single phase and three phase conductors, alarm systems, safety systems, control and protection systems, earthing systems, introduction to elevator and escalator systems, design and drawing of electrical installation systems using software packages, introduction to mechanical drawing  practical experiments on electrical installations in buildings.
Prerequisite: ENEE2301

ENEE4301 ELECTRIC MACHINES AND POWER ELECTRONICS

(For Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering Students)
Theory of electromagnetic conversion from electrical to mechanical and inversely, Transformers theory and Applications. Theory of DC electrical machines, operation and applications. Theory of AC electrical machines synchronous and asynchronous, operation and applications. Power electronic devices; diodes, thyristors, triacs, power transistors and their characteristics, triggering circuits of SCRs and power electronic converters.
Prerequisite: ENEE2301

ENEE4302 CONTROL SYSTEMS 1

(Not For Computer Systems Engineering Students)
System modeling with emphasis on controlled electrical systems, differential equation and transfer function models of linear time-invariant systems, response of first- and second-order linear systems, stability, Routh’s stability criterion, performance and stability of  feedback control systems, the root locus method, frequency response and Bode plots,  Nyquist’s stability criterion, compensation of control systems using root locus and frequency response, control of unstable systems. 
Prerequisites: ENEE2302, ENEE2305

ENEE4304 INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT

Elements and applications of measurement systems, instrument types and performance characteristics, errors and noise during measurement process and how to treat them, grounding techniques, types of bridges and their applications, sensors/transducers: basic characteristic and selected practical examples of transducers . analog vs. digital measurements,  analog to digital conversion (ADC) and digital to analog conversion (DAC) techniques and problems, basics of sampling. Various types of  indicating instruments, structure and basic components of different measuring instruments, oscilloscopes, electronic measurement, data acquisition systems (DAS) using computers,  case study of a selected data acquisition card.
Prerequisite: ENEE3304, (ENCS238 or concurrent).

ENEE4403 POWER SYSTEMS

The structure of electric power networks, generation, transmission and distribution subsystems, application of basic electromagnetics to transmission line power transfer calculations, relation between current, voltage and power in short, medium and long transmission lines, modeling of electric power networks as single-line systems, the per-unit system for power system quantities, steady-state modeling using circuit analogies, the power flow or load flow equations and their analysis and numerical solution, optimal economic dispatch of electric power networks, symmetrical components, symmetric and non-symmetric fault calculations. Simulation of power systems using computer packages.
Prerequisite: ENEE2408

Level 5
Course ID Course Title Course Description
ENEE5101 ADVANCED LAB IN COMMUNICATIONS

Selected experiments in digital modulation schemes such as ASK, PSK, FSK, digital signal processing techniques and computer simulation, selected experiments on antennas in high frequency region such as (gain, band width, radiation pattern, etc), selected experiments on optical communication (Lab 3hrs).
Prerequisites:  ENEE4103, ENEE5302

ENEE5102 POWER LAB

Selected experiments of training on power systems and power network calculations, analysis, solution of low power factor, reactive power and drop of voltage, study of the stability of the system, controlling of power networks using different approaches. DC and AC motor Drives, Choppers and Inverters, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Application (Lab 3hrs).
Prerequisites: ENEE4403, (ENEE5303 or concurrent)

ENEE5200 INTRODUCTION TO GRADUATION PROJECT

Introduction to the final graduation project, the main aim is to gather the necessary information and materials about the final project, students present at the end of the semester the ongoing steps to be applied during the following semester. 
Prerequisites: ENEE4000, fifth year standing, registered in student’s penultimate semester

ENEE5300 GRADUATION PROJECT

Final graduation project, students should either design and implement a system related to the electrical engineering field or do research on a particular subject under supervision of an electrical engineering department member.
Prerequisite: ENEE5200

ENEE5301 ELECTRICAL DRIVE

(Mechatronics Engineering Students)
Introduction to drive principles, selecting the  proper motor for doing a specific job, Special purpose motors, types of motors used in computer controlled processes and their control, power electronic converters, DC and AC motor Drives. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), real time control of motors. 
Prerequisites: ENEE4301, (ENCS432 or concurrent)

ENEE5302 ELECTROMAGNETICS 2

Solution of Maxwell's equations in space, wave equation and wave propagation, propagation of electromagnetic waves in free-space, the uniform undamped and damped plane waves, reflection and refraction of electromagnetic waves, metallic waveguides and waveguide devices, elements of antennas and its properties, dipole antenna, antenna array theory, Microwaves, S-parameter, attenuators, Microwave Components, Microwave Measurements. Fiber optics, fiber optic types, single mode fiber optics, multi-mode fiber optics, maximum allowable data rate, capacity of the fiber-optical channel.
Prerequisite: ENEE3408

ENEE5303 ELECTRICAL MACHINE DRIVES AND SPECIAL MACHINES

Special purpose and single-phase fractional horsepower motors and their applications in light industry, types of motors used in computer controlled processes and their control. Selecting the proper motor for doing a certain job. DC and AC motors control and drives. Power Electronics applications for AC and DC motor drive; soft starting, speed control and Soft Braking. Conventional and advanced control (microcomputer control).Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and their applications. 
Prerequisites: ENEE2408, ENEE3305

ENEE5304 INFORMATION AND CODING THEORY

Information measure, information sources, entropy, source coding, unique optimal codes, the first Shannon's theorem, discrete channels, mutual information, conditional entropy, channel capacity, Shannon’s second theorem, error detection and correction codes, transmission strategies, linear block codes, cyclic codes, convolutional codes, Trellis.
Prerequisites: ENEE3306 or ENEE339

ENEE5305 WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

Mobile Radio Signal Propagation, Path Loss and Channel Models, Large Scale Path Loss, Small Scale Path Loss, Modulation Techniques for Wireless Communication, Multiplexing, Multiple Access Techniques,  Channel Equalizers, Cellular Concept and Cellular System Fundamentals, Trunking, Cell Splitting and Sectoring, Multipath Propagation, Diversity and Combining Techniques, Capacity of Cellular Communications, Wireless Generations and Standards, Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM), Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) System, Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) System, Modern Communications Systems
Prerequisites: ENEE5302

ENEE5306 PROTECTION AND AUTOMATION IN ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS

Transient Stability analysis of power systems, dynamic modeling and the swing equations. The protection system and its elements (current transformers, voltage transformers, circuit breakers, re-closers, fuses, relays), fault analysis (short circuit current calculation, selection of protection components), Relay operating principles, over-current, differential, distance, and pilot protection, digital relays. Protection of generators, motors, transformers, bus-bars and transmission lines. Systems for the automatic regulation of voltage, reactive power and frequency (AVR, ALFC and AFR). 
Prerequisite: ENEE4403

ENEE5307 RENEWABLE ENERGY AND PHOTOVOLTIC POWER SYSTEMS

Energy Fundamentals, review of conventional power systems, overview of renewable energy sources and systems,  photovoltaic “PV” fundamentals,  detailed study of  PV systems, comparison of solar cell technologies,  PV system components and  design, wind resources, wind  energy systems  and their  basic components, electrical generators  for wind energy systems, site survey and pre-planning, standalone and grid-connected systems, system sizing and economic aspects
Prerequisite: ENEE2408, ENEE3305

ENEE5308 CONTROL SYSTEMS 2

The concept of state, state-space linear models and their solution in the time and frequency domains, stability analysis with linear state space models in terms of system poles, controllability of linear systems and controllability tests,  observability of linear systems and observability tests.  State feedback and state estimation, pole placement method for SISO and MIMO systems, Linear systems  observers. Optimal control systems. Non linear models and linearization,  Lyapunov's methods for stability analysis of nonlinear systems, transformation of  linear state-space models into transfer functions , the concept of system internal representation. Introduction to  discrete control. 
Prerequisite: ENEE4302

ENEE5311 SPECIAL TOPIC IN COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Study of a particular subject related to Communications depending on students' needs and instructors interests.
Prerequisite: Fourth year standing and department approval

ENEE5312 SPECIAL TOPIC IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Study of a particular subject related to Computers depending on students' needs and instructors interests.
Prerequisite: Fourth year standing and department approval

ENEE5313 SPECIAL TOPIC IN POWER ENGINEERING

Study of a particular subject related to power systems depending on students needs and instructors interests.
Prerequisite: Fourth year standing and department approval