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Initials NRB DW Course Hours: Calendar Reference: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Section Day(s) of the Week Time Location LAB B01 W 09:00-11:50 ENG 124 3. Timetable LEC 01 MWF 14:00-14:50 ENC 70 2. Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, you will be able to: Apply fundamentally important circuit laws, including Ohm's and Kirchhoff's laws, using precisely defined conventions for voltage, current, and power. Analyze DC circuits using well-established systematic methods, including node voltage analysis, mesh-current analysis, Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits, and superposition. Analyze DC motor and generator circuits in common machine configurations, such as separately-excited, shunt-connected, and series-connected; you will be able to relate electrical current, voltage, and power to physical torque, power, and shaft speed. WINTER 2018 Date Prepared by Instructor 19-Dec-17 Approved by Head 20-Dec-17 1. Calendar Information 3 COURSE OUTLINE ENGG 225 Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits and Machines Current, voltage and power; Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws; capacitors; electricity and magnetism fundamentals applied to circuit elements and machines; inductors; topics in electrical circuits and systems; instrumentation; circuit design, DC and AC circuit analysis methods; DC and AC machines; first order circuits and transient analysis. 3 units; H(4-3/2) Academic Credit: Analyze circuits employing operational amplifiers, including analysis and design of inverting, non-inverting, and other useful amplifier circuits. Predict the time-domain voltage-current behaviour, power, and energy of capacitors and inductors. Perform steady-state sinusoidal analysis of AC circuits using the same circuit analysis methods as used in DC circuits, instead using complex impedances and phasers. Determine complex power in AC circuits, including average power, reactive power, and power factor.
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