SEMESTER EXAM 2
EE 302
(16360, 16365, 16370)
27 October 2011
PLEASE ATTEMPT ALL PROBLEMS AND SHOW ALL WORK CLEARLY!
WRITE YOUR EXAM SOLUTIONS IN THE BLUE BOOK PROVIDED WITH THE EXAM.
ONLY MATERIAL WRITTEN IN YOUR BLUE BOOK WILL BE GRADED.
No class notes,
Unique: 16200
16205
16210
EE 302: Introduction to Electrical Engineering
From http:/www.greatachievements.org :
Some questions:
1. What breakthroughs were driven by EE (or ECE)?
2. What will be the great challenges of the 21st century?
Fall 2012
8/25/12
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EE 302: Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Unique: 16200
16205
16210
Fall 2012
Physical Quantities and Units
The standard system of units in use today is the International System of Units (Systme International
dunits), abbreviated SI units and also re
9/12/12
How do we describe connec1ons in ckts?
Node: an electrical connec1on point for two or more ckt elements
Ordinary node: connects exactly two elements (N1, N3, N5, N6)
Extraordinary node: connects three or mo
Unique: 16200
16205
16210
EE 302: Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Fall 2012
Significant Digits/Figures (Sig. Figs./Digs.)
While it is important to carry as many digits of precision during intermediate calculations to avoid
propagation of error (rou
9/17/12
Kirchos Current and Voltage Laws (KCL & KVL)
i3
i4
i1
i2
Overview: Restatements of conservaCon of charge and energy, respecCvely
Gustov Kircho: German physicist, developed laws as part of undergrad class project
SEMESTER EXAM 3
EE 302
(16030, 16035, 16040)
23 November 2010
PLEASE ATTEMPT ALL PROBLEMS AND SHOW ALL WORK!
WRITE YOUR EXAM SOLUTIONS IN THE BLUE BOOK PROVIDED WITH THE EXAM.
No class notes, books, homework assignments, or other materials are allowed. Yo
SEMESTER EXAM 3
EE 302
(16360, 16365, 16370)
22 November 2011
PLEASE ATTEMPT ALL PROBLEMS AND SHOW ALL WORK CLEARLY!
WRITE YOUR EXAM SOLUTIONS IN THE BLUE BOOK PROVIDED WITH THE EXAM.
ONLY MATERIAL WRITTEN IN YOUR BLUE BOOK WILL BE GRADED.
No class notes,
Unique: 16200
16205
16210
EE 302: Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Fall 2012
LAB SCHEDULE
The laboratory sessions for EE 302 will be held according to the schedule below. Note that the labs will
start the week of 09/04/2012 (the day after Labor Day)
NodeVoltageAnalysis
NodeVoltageAnalysis
I n the le
se cture you will le
s,
arn:
Thedifficulty in using only KVL, KC and Ohm Law in
L,
s
t heanalysis of largeDCcircuits.
How nodevoltageanalysis sim
plifie thesolution of large
s
DCcircuits.
How to apply Nod
Exam 2 Practice Problems
For Problems 1-21, use the figures at the end of this document.
1. Calculate the power dissipated by each resistor in Figure 1.
Resistor
Power
2
2.40W
10
0.100W
5
5.00W
8
6.50W
3
1.30W
2. Calculate the power being delivered by the
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Node Voltage Method
i3
i4
+ v1
i1
v2
+
+
v3
i2
L1
L2
Background: Thus far we have introduced several tools for analyzing circuits (KCL, KVL,
Ohms Law), but have applied them in an ad hoc (largely haphazard) mann
10/8/12
EE302, Lecture 11
Mesh-
Current Analysis
Reminder:
R1
What is Ix ?
II1
1
Ix = I1 I2
Ix
R2
R4
I2
R7
I3
i1
R6
+ v1
R8
V7
Background: The second systema;c approach is mesh-
current analysis.
Node-
voltage: KCL + Ohms L
10/30/12
Thvenin and Norton Equivalent Ckts
Thvenin Equivalent
Norton Equivalent
RTh
vTh
Linear'
Ckt'
iN
RN
+"
"
Source TransformaIons
Nortons Theorem:* Any linear ckt* w/two output terminals can be represented by
an equiva
Crash Course in Probability
Notion of probability space defined as a pair of a set of
events and a function mapping those events into the real
numbers between 0 and 1.
Continuous and discrete random variables
Conditional probabilities and independence
EE369
POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS
Lecture 3
Three Phase, Power System Operation
Tom Overbye and Ross Baldick
1
Reading and Homework
For lecture 3 read Chapters 1 and 2
For lectures 4 through 6 read Chapter 4
we will not be covering sections 4.7, 4.11, and 4.
Quality Loss Function (repeated from Lec. 1)
When a large number of products are produced, the loss function is expressed as:
E[L] K
2
2
where is the standard deviation of the quality characteristic, and is the mean
deviation of the quality characteristi
EE369
POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS
Lecture 4
Power System Operation, Transmission Line
Modeling
Tom Overbye and Ross Baldick
1
Reading and Homework
For lectures 4 through 6 read Chapter 4
We will not be covering sections 4.7, 4.11, and 4.12 in detail,
We will
Lecture #3
ME 379M / ME397 / ORI397
Statistical Methods for Manufacturing Systems
Unique Numbers 18370 / 18605 / 18805
1
1. Mathematical Expectation
(1) Mean or expected value of a random variable X is
= E(X) =
x f(x)
all x
(if X is discrete)
x
= E(X)
EE369
POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS
Lecture 2
Complex Power, Reactive Compensation, Three Phase
Tom Overbye and Ross Baldick
1
Reading and Homework
Read Chapters 1 and 2 of the text.
HW 1 is Problems 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.8, 2.11,
2.13, 2.16, 2.18, 2.23, 2.2
EE 369
POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS
Lecture 5
Development of Transmission Line Models
Tom Overbye and Ross Baldick
1
Reading
For lectures 5 through 7 read Chapter 4
we will not be covering sections 4.7, 4.11, and 4.12 in
detail.
HW 4 is 2.31, 2.41, 2.48, 4.8,