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ENEE204_Course_description_F04 - ENEE 204 Basic Circuit...

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ENEE 204 - Basic Circuit Theory Fall 2005 Instructor: Prof. R.D. Gomez AV Williams, Room 2347 301 405 7755 [email protected] OFFICE HOURS: TuTh 1-3 or by appointment Teaching Assistants/UTF’s: Michelle Tarr ([email protected] Tracy Lin ([email protected]) Geetika Nagpal ([email protected]) Course Description Basic circuit elements: resistors, capacitors, inductors, sources, mutual inductance and  transformers; their I-V relationships. Kirchoff’s Laws. DC and AC steady state analysis. Phasors,  node and mesh analysis, superposition, theorems of Thevenin and Norton. Transient analysis of  first and second-order circuits. Prerequisite(s)  PHYS 262 & Co-requisite of MATH 246 Textbook(s) and/or other required material  Text: Basic Electric Circuit Theory (A one-semester course) by I. Mayergoyz and W. Lawson,  1997 (Academic Press).
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