Lecture_1 - BME 311 Network(Circuit Theory Spring 2008-2009...

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1 BME 311 Network Theory John X.J. Zhang, UT Austin 1 BME 311 Network (“Circuit”) Theory Spring 2008-2009 MWF 9-10 AM, BUR 112 Instructor: Professor John X.J. Zhang Office: Department of Biomedical Engineering, BME5.202-O , UT-Austin main campus Microelectronics Research Center, 2.206W, UT-Austin Pickle Research Center Web: http://www.bme.utexas.edu/faculty/Zhang.cfm Telephone: 512-475-6872 Email: [email protected] Office hour: F 10am-noon or by appointment, BME 5.202-O Teaching Assistant: Dian (Oscar) Jiao (BME) Email: [email protected] Office hour: Tuesday 2:00pm-4:00 pm, location TBD, or by appointment Teaching Assistant: Tushar Sharma (BME) Email: [email protected] Office hour: Monday 3:30pm – 5:30pm, location TBD, or by appointment Teaching Assistant: Youmin Wang (ECE) Email: [email protected] Office hour: Thursday 12noon – 2:00 pm, location TBD, or by appointment BME 311 Network Theory John X.J. Zhang, UT Austin 2 Textbook: Alexander and Sadiku, “Fundamentals of Electric Circuits”, 3 rd Ed. McGraw Hill, ISBN 0073643300 References: Nilsson and Riedel “Electric Circuits”, Addison-Wesley, ISBN 020155707 Handouts posted on Blackboard. Background: BME 314, BME 303, MATH 427K, and PHY 304L/103N Class URL : courses.utexas.edu (UT Blackboard Learning System) Class email list : announcements will be sent out through Blackboard. Grading Homework: 30% Quiz: 10% Midterm I, II: 30% Final Exam: 30% Please refer to course syllabus handout for details
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2 BME 311 Network Theory John X.J. Zhang, UT Austin 3 BME311 Outline DC Circuits (Ch.1-8) AC Circuits (Ch.9-10) – Transform the circuit to phasor/frequency domain – DC circuit laws still holds • Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Law • Superposition, and source transformations • Nodal analysis, mesh analysis • Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s Theorem – Transform the circuit back to time domain Advanced Circuit Analysis (Ch.14, 15) – Frequency response – Laplace transform basics “Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis” f=0 f 0, single frequency (sinusoidal) excitation f 0, multiple frequencies excitation BME 343 Signal and Systems BME 348 Modeling and Analysis BME 311 Network Theory John X.J. Zhang, UT Austin 4 An Electric Circuit is an interconnection of electrical elements Courtesy: Alexander, Sadiku, Figure 1.2
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3 BME 311 Network Theory John X.J. Zhang, UT Austin 5 Circuits in Biomedical Devices Figure 1-2 Device used to measure small movements of the intestine during surgery. These movements can be used to assess the viability of a segment of intestine. The
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