2017 Winter
EECS 314
HW problem 6
Students name _ Discussion section # _
(last, first; use ink; write legibly)
Homework problem 6 (100 points) Batteries
In this Problem you will work with the manufacturers specifications (plots on pages 7 9) to
assess
2017 Winter EECS 314 HO-11 (based on OPS 12) Batteries Rev. 1
Learning Objective: Be able to explain and compare the main parameters of batteries of various
types; calculate the capacity and service time at various load currents and temperatures
Batteries
2017 Winter EECS 314 HO-12 (based on OPS 07) VIP with Rx
Learning Objective: Be able to calculate VIP in a voltage divider with one unknown resistor.
Circuits with unknown resistors include semiconductor devices and sensors.
So far, we worked with circuit
2017 Winter
EECS 314
Calendar: Post for students
This revised calendar includes the newly opened Tuesday lab section; lab days are shaded green
2017 January
Week of
Week 1
Jan 4 6
Classes begin
Wd Jan 4
Week 2
Jan 9 13
Monday
Tuesday
Winter
break
Winter
b
2017 Winter EECS 314
HO-8 (based on OPS 06)
Circuits with switches
Learning Objective: Be able to calculate voltages, currents, and power (VIP) in circuits with
series and parallel connections and various positions of SPST and SPDT switches
Every circuit
2017 Winter EECS 314 HO-10 (based on OPS 20) Lab 1 review
<with solutions>
Learning Objective: Remember and be able to explain the goal of each part of Lab 1= Tutorial
Engineering is hands-on: learning the theory prepares you for real work but does not re
2017 Winter EECS 314 HO-9 (based on OPS 05 R and rho (resistance and resistivity)
Learning Objective: Be able to calculate the resistance and size of a wire; use the AWG table
In practical applications, electrical resistance of a wire should be taken into
hancement mode silicon gate power field
an advanced power MOSFET designed,
teed to withstand a specified level of
down avalanche mode of operation. All of
FETs are designed for applications such
ators, switching convertors, motor drivers,
drivers for high
EECS 314 Extra credit for Career Fair write-up
As announced on Canvas,
(1) At the Career Fair, tell your recruiters that you're taking a course in EE, in which you are
actively learning industry-standard test/measurement equipment, including Virtual Instr
2017 Winter EECS 314
Lecture 1 Jan 04 Handout 1 (based on OPS 02 goals, logistics)
One of the main questions in life: Why do we do what we are doing?
EECS 314 Electric circuits, Systems, and Applications is for non-EE majors. Why take it?
The answer depen
BB 300, Fall 2006, Exam 2-B
17 October 2006
Page 1/7
Name: 30 LUV-1:04) K5 1
Rules:
You may use calculators, pens and pencils, and the text book and your brain
You may_ NOT work with anyone else on this exam. Do not discuss this test with anyone
until b
EE 300, Fall 2009, Exam 2 (take home)
Due 3 December 2009
Page 1/18
Name: _
First, please sign the statement below, indicating your agreement. You must sign this
statement to receive credit for the exam.
I agree that in return for the trust that has been
EE 300, Spring 2016, Exam 3 (Take Home)
Due Friday 22 April 2016
Page 1 / 12
Name: _
First, please sign the statement below, indicating your agreement. You must sign this
statement to receive credit for the exam.
I agree that in return for the trust that
EE 300, Fall 2008, Exam 3 (Take Home)
30 November 2008
Page 1 / 12
Name: _
First, please sign the statement below, indicating your agreement. You must sign this
statement to receive credit for the exam.
I agree that in return for the trust that has been p
EE 300, Spring 2014, Exam 1 (take home part)
Due 10:00 am, 14 March 2014
Page 1/11
Name: _
First, please sign the statement below, indicating your agreement. You must sign this
statement to receive credit for the exam.
I agree that in return for the trust
EE 300, Spring 2008, Exam 1
Due 13 February 2008
Page 1 / 3
Name: _
Rules:
You may use calculators, pens and pencils, and books and your brain.
You may NOT work with anyone else on this exam. Do not discuss this test with anyone
until all papers have been
/* File: p2.c
* Copy: Copyright(c) 2016 Stakesh R. Peterson
* Vers: 1.0.0 09/20/16 SRP - original copy
* Desc: A computer program to estimate the population growth of Gotham City
after 1990
*/
#include<stdio.h>
/* Name: Main */
void
find_pop(void)
cfw_
in
/* File:
* Copy:
* Vers:
* Desc:
*/
P3.c
Copyright(c) 2016 Stakesh R. Peterson
1.0.0 10/04/16 SRP - Original Copy
A computer application that will determine a user's body mass index
#include<stdio.h>
#include<stdlib.h>
int
main(int argc, char*argv[])
cfw_
/* File: p5.c
* Copy: Copyright(c) 2016 Stakesh R. Peterson.
* Vers: 1.0.0 11/08/16 srp - Original Copy.
* Desc: A computer application that will process names in a text file and
display the names on the screen in a certain format.
*/
#include<stdio.h>
#i
/* File:
* Copy:
* Vers:
* Desc:
*
*/
P1.c
Copyright (c) 2016 Stakesh R. Peterson
1.0.0 09/13/16 SRP - original copy
Program computes an estimated temperature in a freezer (in C)
given the elapsed time (in hours) since a power failure.
#include<stdio.h>
/
EE 312: Electrical Systems
Fall 2016
Exam 1 (50 points)
Duration: 75 minutes
Name:
1) Calculate power and determine whether element Z is a power absorber or supplier. (4
Points)
a)
b)
2) Calculate power absorbed by the resistor. (2 points)
3) Find Vae , I
EE 312: Electrical Systems
Fall 2016
Exam 2 (50 points)
Duration: 75 minutes
Answer 5 out of the 6 given questions.
1) Find Vx using nodal analysis. (10 points)
Name:
2) Find Vx using loop analysis. (10 points)
3) Find Vx using Thevenins theorem. (10 poin
EE312 Electrical Systems
Module 5 Nodal and Loop Analysis Handout
EE312 Electrical Systems Module 5
Nodal and Loop Analysis
Dr. Karthikeyan Lingasubramanian
Karthik
Module 5 Learning Objectives
After completing this module,
you should be able to
calculat
EE312 Electrical Systems Module 6 Thevenin&Norton Theorems
Handout
EE312 Electrical Systems
Module 6 Thevenin & Norton Theorems
Dr. Karthikeyan Lingasubramanian
Karthik
Module 6 Learning Objectives
After completing this module, you should be able to
Anal
EE312 Electrical Systems Module 8 First Order Transient
Handout
EE312 Electrical Systems
Module 8 First Order Transient
Dr. Karthikeyan Lingasubramanian
Karthik
Module 8 Learning Objectives
After completing this module, you
should be able to
Describe fir