a) b) Describe basic electrical circuits and circuit elements schematically and analytically, and analyse their steady states using phasor diagrams, including their voltage-current characteristics. Apply electrical circuit laws to calculate currents, voltages and powers in linear and nonlinear AC and DC electrical circuits using a variety of analytical methods. d) Simplify complicated electrical circuits into their equivalent Thevenin and Norton circuits. e) Design and simulate basic electrical circuits using software. f) Write laboratory reports on experiments in a professional manner. g) Understand basic electrical quantities and their units, as well as the relationships between them.