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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE98 INTRODUCTION TO CIRCUITS ANALYSIS Spring 08 Course Description: Circuit laws and nomenclature, resistive circuits with DC sources, ideal operational amplifier, controlled
sources, natural and complete response of simple circuits, steady—state sinusoidal analysis and power calculations.
Prerequisite(s): Math 32, Math 133 (may be taken concurrently), Physics 51 or 71, and EE97 (highly
recommended ) Textbook(s) and/or Other Required Material: “Fundamentals of Electric Circuits”, 3rd Edition, by Alexander and Sadiku, McGraw Hill. Course Objectives: The objective of this course is to introduce the basics cf AC/DC and transient analysis. This course
builds‘on the foundations of physics and mathematics and is essential for all upper division EE courses. Topics Covered: 0 Ohm’s law‘and Kirchhoff’s laws
0 Series and parallel circuits
0 Superpos’tion
o Thevenin and Norton Equivalent
0 Maximum power transfer
0 Nodal» and mesh analysis
0 Active and op amp circuits
0 Capacitors and inductors
0 Transient analysis
0 Steady state analysis
0 AC power
Outcomes Students should be able to determine 0 All voltages and currents for a given DC circuit Thevenim and Norton equivalent circuit of a given DC circuit. The transient characteristics of a given ﬁrst and second order circuit.
Sinusoidal steady state response of a reactive circuit. The voltage gain and voltage and current values in a simple op amp circuit.
Power delivered and absorbed by all elements in an RLC circuit. coo, Class/Laboratory Schedule: One hour ﬁfteen minutes twice a week A3 Contribution of Course to Meeting the Professional Component: ,
Engineering science: Three units. Relationship of Course to Program Objectives: This course supports the achievement of the following objectives; (3.a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering (3.6) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems (EE.3) a knowledge of advanced mathematics such as differential equations, linear algebra, complex variable Course Coordinator: Ray Chen EE98 INTRODUCTION TO CIRCUITS ANALYSIS Spring 08 Course Instructor > Ray Chen _ L Office and Ofﬁce Hours Room E361, M 11:4512:30, 14:4517:00 I
W 11:4512:15, 14:45—16:15 Phone and Email 408—9243899, [email protected] Teaching Assistance/Problem Sessions
To be announced
Textbook(s) and/or Other Required Material: "Fundamentals {of Electric Circuits", 3rd Edition, by Alexander and Sadiku, McGraw Hill. Reference(s) Schaum’s Outlines “Electric Circuits” ‘ Project(s) and Homework Weekly homework will be assigned and graded. No late homework will be accepted. Solutions
to the homework will be available. Exams There will be two midterms and one ﬁnal exam. The midterm exam dates on the course schedule ' are for reference only. The actual exam date will be annoced in advance. The final exam will be
given on May 17, Saturday, at 9:00— 11:15 am. Each exam will be ClOsedbook, but a calculator
andone 8.5"x1 l " sheet of notes (in your original handwriting ,— not a photocopy)ris allowed. A
photographic ID will be required. Unless there is a documented, serious explanation for missing
an exam, makeup exams will not be allowed. ‘ Grading Homework 10%
Midterm #1 ‘ 25 %
Midterm #2 25 %
Final Exam 40% E)“  2/18/08 L 4/7/08 Course Schedule
(Eor reference only.) ~ 1/23/08 ‘ 1/28/08 2/4/08
2/11/08‘ 2.2 Ohm's Law
2.4 Kirchhoff‘s Laws 2.5 Series resistors and volta
2.6 Parallel Resistor and current division
2.3 Nodes, branches, and loops 3.2 Nodal anal sis : L 3.2 Nodal analysis with voltage source
3.4 Mesh analysis 3.5 Mesh anal sis with votla
4.2 Linearity 4.3 Super position 4.4 Souce tranformation
4.5 Thevenin theorem
4.6 Norton theorem 4.7 Maximium ower transfer
Midterm #1 * ‘ ' ;
5.2 Ideal amplifier 5.3 Invertin; amliﬁer
5.5 Noninverting amplifier
5.6 Summing ampliﬁer 5.7 Difference amplifier
5.8 Cascade 0 am circuit
6.2 Capacitors 6.3 Series and parallel capacitors
6.4 Indutors 6.5 Series and arallel industors
7.2 Source free RC circuit 7.3 Source free RL circuit 6 source 2/25/08
~3/3/08 _ 3/10/08 _
, 3/17/08 3/24/08 3/31/08 ‘ 7.6 Step respons of an RL circuit
8.2 Findin ; inititial and ﬁnal values
Midterm #2 ‘ _ _ V ‘ I
8.5 Step response of a series RLC circit
8.6 Ste res 'onse of a aralle RLC circuit
9.2 Sinusoids ‘ 9.3 Phasor 9.4 Phasor relationshi  s for circuit elements
9.5 Impedance and admittance 9.7 Impedance combinations 10.2 Nodal anal sis
10.3 Mesh analysis
10.4 Superposition theorem
10.5 Source transformation 10.6 Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuit 4/28/08
10.7 Op amp ac circuits 5/5/08
11.2 Instantaneous and averae Power
5/ 12/08 . 11.4 Effective or rms value
11.5 A arent ower and ower factor I 5/17/08 (Sat) FINAL EXAM 9:0011:15am
' J 4/14/08; 4/21/08 .4, ...
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