EE203-Syllabus

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Unformatted text preview: EE 203 Spring 2008 Syllabus Department of Electrical Engineering, University at Buffalo EE 203: Circuit Analysis 2 (Spring 2008) Description: EE 203 Circuit Analysis 2, Lecture, 4 Credits A continuation of EE 202. AC steady-state average and reactive power, threephase power delivery circuits; input-output analysis, transfer functions and frequency response. OP Amps and active filter synthesis. Circuit design using PSpice. Objectives: By the end of the course, students will: 1. be able to analyze AC steady state circuits 2. be able to analyze ‘S’ domain circuits 3. become familiar with the operation and design of freq-dependent circuits 4. be able to use PSpice to perform DC, transient, and AC analysis of circuits Time & Location: Spring 2007, M/W/F, 2:00 PM-2:50 PM, 97 ALUMNI Instructor: Kwang W. Oh, SMALLab (nanobio Sensors & MicroActuators Learning Lab), Electrical Engineering, 215E Bonner Hall, kwangoh@buffalo.edu Office Hours: Friday 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM or by appointment Textbook: Electric Circuits, 8th Ed, Nilsson and Riedel, Prentice Hall ISBN #: 978-0-13-198925-2 (0-13-198925-1) Prerequisite: EE 202 Circuit Analysis 1 (Ch 1, Ch 2, Ch 3, Ch 4, Ch 6, Ch 7, Ch 8) Recitations: EE 202 Circuit Analysis 2 R 1: M, 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM, 262 CAPEN EE 202 Circuit Analysis 2 R 2: W, 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM, 262 CAPEN There will be no recitations during the first two weeks of classes. TA will assist you in doing your homeworks during this recitation. Please attend this recitation if you want to succeed in this course. TAs: R1: To be announced R2: To be announced Schedule: EE 202 Summary (2 lectures) Chapter 9 (7 lectures) Chapter 10 (5 lectures) Chapter 12 (5 lectures) Chapter 13 (8 lectures) Chapter 14 (5 lectures) Chapter 5 (4 lectures) Chapter 15 (3 lectures) Depending on the class background and the level of difficulty encountered in discussing each topic, the number of lectures devoted to any specific topic could be revised upwards or downwards as deemed appropriate by the instructor. If the instructor can not teach specific lectures due to his planned/emergency schedule and/or meetings, TA will teach the lectures, instead of the instructor. 1/3 EE 203 Spring 2008 Syllabus Grading: • 6 Homeworks (0%) Please submit your homeworks on due to get feedbacks from your TA. All exams will be modified from homeworks and quizzes. • 5 Pop-Up Quizzes (15%, 15-min-exam, open-book and closed-note) Only best 3 Quizzes from 5 will be counted. Please attend all the class and your recitation in any circumstances since pop-up quizzes will be given without any notice during the class and/or recitation. Quiz #1 will be modified from HW #1. Quiz #2 will be modified from HW #2, #3. Quiz #3 will be modified from HWs #3, #4. Quiz #4 will be modified from HWs #5, #6. Quiz #5 will be modified from Lecture Notes in Chapter 15. • 2 PSPICE Projects (10%, 2 projects) • 3 Midterms (51%, 50-min-exam, open-book and closed-note) Exam #1 (17%, will be modified from HWs #1, #2) Exam #2 (17%, will be modified from HWs #3, #4) Exam #3 (17%, will be modified from HWs #5, #6) • 1 Final Exam (24%, 2-hour-exam, open-book and closed-note) will be modified from Exams #1, #2, #3, and Quizzes #1, #2, #3, #4, #5. • During exams you will have an assigned seat. The seating chart will be presented right before the exam. Make sure you check to see where your seat is. • The cut-offs for each letter grade will not be negotiated: A (85%), A- (80%), B+ (75%), B (70%), B- (65%), C+ (60%), C (55%), C- (50%), D (45%), F (<45%) Computer Usage: As needed for PSpice projects. A calculator that performs rectangular to polar conversions and can perform complex algebra is required. Projects: TBA, see UBLearns Course Webpages: UBLearns All course handouts can be found there. Lecture material may be posted there, but most will not be. Visit there often for announcements! Hints for Success: Attend Class / Attend your recitation / Do the Homework / Ask Questions / Do the Homework AGAIN / Work together when appropriate, learn from each other / Do the Homework AGAIN AND AGAIN / Have fun (remember, you want to be here) Late Work: • Missed exams and quizzes cannot be made up. • Missed exams and quizzes will result in a grade of zero (illness only with a physician’s note). • Incompletes given only for extreme hardship cases. Do not plan on getting an incomplete if you are doing poorly. Academic Dishonesty: You are encouraged to help each other with the assignments. However, when this help extends to the point of doing the other person’s assignments, it is considered cheating. Anyone proven to be turning it in duplicate assignments will fail this course. Moreover, anyone who does this is not caught will probably also fail this course because the assignments are the best method of preparing for the exams. 2/3 EE 203 Spring 2008 Syllabus EE 203 Spring 2008 Depending on the class background and the level of difficulty encountered in discussing each topic, the number of lectures devoted to any specific topic could be revised upwards or downwards as deemed appropriate by the instructor. Lecture Date Contents Series Exam Homework Recitation HW Due Prj Due Quiz 1 01/14/08 M Review EE202 1 No R1 2 01/16/08 W 2 No R2 3 01/18/08 F Chapter 9 1 #1 01/21/08 M No Class - Martin Luther King Day Observed No R1 4 01/23/08 W 2 No R2 5 01/25/08 F 3 6 01/28/08 M 4 #1 7 01/30/08 W 5 #1 HW #1 8 02/01/08 F 6 #2 9 02/04/08 M 7 #2a 10 02/06/08 W Chapter 10 1 #2a 11 02/08/08 F 2 12 02/11/08 M 3 #2b 13 02/13/08 W 4 #2b HW #2 14 02/15/08 F 5 #3 15 02/18/08 M Chapter 12 1 #3a 16 02/20/08 W 2 #3a Exam #1 02/22/08 F 17 02/25/08 M 3 #3b 18 02/27/08 W 4 #3b 19 02/29/08 F 5 #4 HW #3 20 03/03/08 M Chapter 13 1 #4a 21 03/05/08 W 2 #4a 22 03/07/08 F 3 Project #1 03/10/08 M Spring Recess 03/12/08 W Spring Recess 03/14/08 F Spring Recess 23 03/17/08 M 4 #4b 24 03/19/08 W 5 #4b HW #4 25 03/21/08 F 6 #5 26 03/24/08 M 7 #5a 27 03/26/08 W 8 #5a 03/28/08 F Exam #2 28 03/31/08 M Chapter 14 1 #5b 29 04/02/08 W 2 #5b HW #5 30 04/04/08 F 3 #6 31 04/07/08 M 4 #6a 32 04/09/08 W 5 #6a 33 04/11/08 F Chapter 5 1 34 04/14/08 M 2 #6b 35 04/16/08 W 3 #6b HW #6 36 04/18/08 F 4 37 04/21/08 M Chapter 15 1 Summary 38 04/23/08 W 2 Summary Exam #3 04/25/08 F Project #2 39 04/28/08 M 3 Final Exam Week 3/3 ...
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