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Unformatted text preview: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 2009 Electronic & Telecommunication Engineering Danang University of Technology Course Administration (1) Courses sequence : Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering (215) Circuit Theory (233) The prerequisite of this course: Fundamental physics (PHYS 122), including concepts of power, energy, force, electric current, and electric fields Fundamental mathematics (MATH 126), trigonometric and (complex) exponential functions, introductory differential and integral calculus, 1 st and 2 nd order linear differential equations Structure: Each week: 2 Lecture, 2 HWs, 1 Lab Grading policies: HW (30%) + Lab (20%) + Midterm (30%) + Final exam (20%) Course Administration (2) Goals: To develop the fundamental tools of linear circuit analysis which will be useful to all engineers. To learn the "alphabet" of circuits, including wires, resistors, capacitors, inductors, independent and dependent voltage and current sources, and operational amplifiers. To prepare students for more advanced courses in circuit analysis (233). Textbooks: James W. Nilsson and Susan A. Ridel, Electric Circuits, 8 th edition, PrenticeHall, 2008. References: Lessons in Electric Circuits (a free series of textbooks, http://www.faqs.org/docs/electric/ ) EE 215, Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering, EE Dept., UW Remark: A part of EE215 material is reused in this course Objectives At the end of the course, you will be able to : Identify linear systems and represent those systems in schematic form Explain precisely what the fundamental circuit variables mean and why the fundamental laws governing them are true. Apply Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws, Ohm's law, and the terminal relations describing inductive and capacitive energystorage elements to circuit problems. Simplify circuits using series and parallel equivalents and using Thevenin and Norton equivalents Perform node and loop analyses and set these up in standard matrix format Explain the physical underpinnings of capacitance and inductance. Identify and model first and second order electric systems involving capacitors and inductors Predict the transient behavior of first and second order circuits How to cooperate ? Instructors: Pham V. Tuan ( phamvt1976@yahoo.co.uk ) Hoang L. U. Thuc ( hoangleut@yahoo.com ) Office hours: 1 hour right after each class, at ECE office Teaching assistants: Nguyen Q.N. Quynh ( nqnquynh@yahoo.com ) Tran T.M. Hanh ( t2mhanh@yahoo.com.vn ) TA hours: 4 hours per 2 HWs per week Lab assistants Nguyen T. Kien ( kienntrung83@gmail.com ) Support you during Lab hours: 1 Lab per week...
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