Chapter I
BASIC CONCEPTS OF CURRENT,
VOLTAGE, POWER, AND ENERGY IN
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
Dr. Zoulikha Mouffak
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1.2
Current and Voltage
Review:
- The electron charge is 1.6022 10-19 C. All electric charges are multiples of the
electron ch
ECE 90- Spring 2016
ECE Dept, CSU Fresno, Z. Mouffak
Homework 2 Solution
P1
P2
20
10.92 V
20 V
20
P3
15V
15V
27.9
27.9
10.345
9.06 V
P4
In our HW we used 15V for V1,
So we should get 4 = 10.34483
The error is
(10.345-10.34483)/10.345
=1.63 10-3 %
P5
Usin
Chapter IV
Techniques of Circuit Analysis
4.1 Terminology
4.2 Introduction to the Node-Voltage Method
4.3 Node-Voltage Method & Dependent Sources
4.4 Node-Voltage Method: Special Cases
4.5 Introduction to the Mesh-Current Method
4.6 The Mesh-Current Metho
ECE 90
ECE Dept, CSU Fresno, Z. Mouffak
Homework 7
P1- The voltage at the terminals of the capacitor in the figure below is known to be:
Assume
.
a- Find the current in the capacitor for
.
b- Find the current in the capacitor for
.
c- Is there an instanta
Chapter VI
Inductance & Capacitance and
Objectives of this chapter:
1. Understand how an inductor behaves, and be able to use related
equations of current, voltage, energy & power.
2. Understand how a capacitor behaves, and be able to use related
equation
Chapter V
The Operational Amplifier
(op-amp)
Objectives of this chapter:
1. Understand what op-amps are and few of their applications.
2. Know the basic op-amp circuit configurations
3. Gain basic understanding of how the realistic (non-ideal) op-amp func
ECE 90
Chapter III
RESISTIVE CIRCUITS
Dr. Zoulikha Mouffak
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1
Outline
3.1 Resistors in Series
3.2 Resistors in Parallel
3.3 Voltage-Divider & Current-Divider
3.4 Voltage & Current Division
3.5 Current and Voltage Measurements
3.6 Mea
Chapter II
CIRCUIT ELEMENTS
Dr. Zoulikha Mouffak
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Introduction
The five most basic circuit elements are:
- Voltage sources
- Current sources
- Resistors
- Inductors
- Capacitors
In this chapter we will only discuss current
sources, v
ECE 91: Introduction to Electrical Engineering (Spring 2017)
Instructor: Dr. Hovannes Kulhandjian
Assignment 5 Solutions
Chapter 7:
Problem 7.17
A load impedance, Zo = 10 + j3 , is connected to a source with line resistance equal to 1 , as
shown in Figure