Syllabus - Course Outline for 332:373, Elements of...

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Course Outline for 332:373, Elements of Electrical Engineering Prof. George Shoane, [email protected], 732-445-4500, ext. 6306, Room 306, NEW Biomedical Eng. Bldg. Busch Campus. Office Hour: Thursdays, 4-5 pm. Textbook: “Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering,” G. Rizzoni, McGraw-Hill, 5th Edition, 2007. Week Chapter(s) Topics 1 2 Course Organization; Basic Definitions; Kirchhoff’s Current and Voltage Laws; Electric Power and Sign Convention; Ohm’s Law; Open and Short Circuits; Voltage and Current Divider Laws 2 2, A.1 Wheatstone bridge; Practical Sources; Measuring Devices: Ohmmeter, Ammeter, Voltmeter, and Wattmeter; Nonlinear Circuit Element (pp. 130-131; 496-500); Capacitor and Integration (pp. 150-160) 3 3 Node Analysis; Mesh Analysis; Determinants and Cramer’s Rule; Principle of (Lab 1) Superposition; Thevenin Equivalent; Norton Equivalent; Source Transformations; Maximum Power Transfer; Graphical Analysis of Nonlinear Circuits
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Syllabus - Course Outline for 332:373, Elements of...

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