Lecture2010-1

Lecture2010-1 - EE202 Circuits Analysis I James W. Nilsson...

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EE202 Circuits Analysis I James W. Nilsson and Susan A. Riedel Electric Circuits UBLearns Pao-Lo Liu 215A Bonner Hall 645-1021 paololiu@eng.buffalo.edu
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Activities Lecture Recitation Reading and Studying Homework Examination
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Lecture (x2 / week) – Instructions, Concepts, Examples, Quiz Recitation (x1 / week) – Homework Tutoring Reading Time and Effort – 10 hrs / week
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Grading Guidelines Homework Assignments - 50 pts. Quizzes – 10 pts Mid-Term – 15 pts Final Exam – 25 pts
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Outcome Expectations 1. Read circuit diagrams . http://circuitdiagram.net/ 2. Determine relations among electrical parameters. http://www.compadre.org/precollege/items/detail.cfm?ID=4024 3. Design, analyze simple electrical circuits. 4. Analyze dc conditions of circuits. dc: direct current or constant in time 1. Analyze the ac response of circuits. ac: alternating current or sine in time 1. Analyze the time response of circuits. transient or sudden change
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Digital Dropbox Click on Digital Drop Box Click on the "Send File" button. Locate the file and upload (add file). Click "Submit.“
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Fundamental Electrical Parameters 1. Charge 2. Voltage – Driving cause for charge to flow 9 V battery, wall plug, ac adapter 1. Current – Flow of charge 4.5 A , 15 A 1. Resistance – control current and dissipation of electrical energy 10 , 1 k 1. Ohm’s Law, I = V / R
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First Required EE Course in Curriculum Pre-Requisite for Many EE Courses Foundation of Electronics, Computers, and Communications Sensor, Control, Feedback, Automation, etc. Applications
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