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Unformatted text preview: CIRCUITS 1 1 a b 2 TERMINALS COMPONENT characterized by the current through it and the voltage difference between terminals NODE NODE ELECTRIC CIRCUIT IS AN INTERCONNECTION OF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS LOW DISTORTION POWER AMPLIFIER +- L C 1 R 2 R S v- + O v TYPICAL LINEAR CIRCUIT The concept of node is extremely important. We must learn to identify a node in any shape or form 2 BASIC CONCEPTS LEARNING GOALS System of Units: The SI standard system; prefixes Basic Quantities: Charge, current, voltage, power and energy Circuit Elements: Active and Passive 3 http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/index.html 4 5 I n fo rm a tio n a t th e fo u n d a tio n o f m o d e rn s c ie n c e a n d te c h n o l o g y fro m th e P h y s ic s L a b o ra to ry o f N I S T D e ta il e d c o n te n ts V a l u e s o f th e c o n s ta n ts a n d re l a te d in fo rma tio n S e a rc h a b l e b ib l io g ra p h y o n th e c o n s ta n ts I n -d e p th in fo rm a tio n o n th e S I , th e m o d e rn m e tric s y s te m G u id e l in e s fo r th e e x p re s s io n o f u n c e rta in ty in m e a s u re m e n t A b o u t th is referen ce . F ed b ack . P riv a c y S ta te m e n t / S e c u rity N o tic e- N I S T D is c l a im e r 6 SI DERIVED BASIC ELECTRICAL UNITS 7 Watts =Volt x Amp=Joule/Coulomb x Coulumb/seconds Watt = Joule/second 8 ONE AMPERE OF CURRENT CARRIES ONE COULOMB OF CHARGE EVERY SECOND. ELECTRON ONE OF CHARGE THE IS (e) (e) 10 6.28 COULOMB 1 18 = s C A = VOLT IS A MEASURE OF ENERGY PER CHARGE. TWO POINTS HAVE A VOLTAGE DIFFERENCE OF ONE VOLT IF ONE COULOMB OF CHARGE GAINS ONE JOULE OF CHARGE WHEN IT IS MOVED FROM ONE POINT TO THE OTHER. C J V = OHM IS A MEASURE OF THE RESISTANCE TO THE FLOW OF CHARGE....
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