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Element + _ i v through variable across variable Lesson 1 – Introduction and Fundamental Variables (Chapter 1) (Chapter Learning Objectives or CLOs 1-1 thru 1-3) This is the first lesson on Circuits. There is a lot of basic material to cover, but concentrate on the key topics. They all can and should read the material. Use this lesson to introduce the main players in the course: current, voltage and power . To help the students put these characters in perspective use the following diagram: Applied Variables Basic Variables dt dq i = dt d dq dw v λ = = dt dw p = i v p × = The Basic Variables are derived in the Physics courses and form the basis for the Applied Variables used in the course. Each applied variable should be introduced. Include a discussion of their abbreviations, units and relationships. is Flux Linkages. You need not say much about it now but it will be needed when inductors are introduced in Chapter 6. This is a good time to discuss engineering notation and the various prefixes used in engineering.
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