Ve215 Electric Circuits
Ma Dianguang
Fall 2012
Chapter 7
First-Order Circuits
7.1 Introduction
In this chapter, we examine two types of
simple circuits: a circuit comprising a
resistor and a capacitor and a circuit
comprising a resistor and an inductor.
Ve215 Electric Circuits
Ma Dianguang
Fall 2012
Chapter 6
Capacitors and Inductors
6.1 Introduction
In this chapter, we study two passive
circuit elements: the capacitor and the
inductor.
Capacitors and inductors do not dissipate
but store energy, which
Ve215 Electric Circuits
Ma Dianguang
Fall 2012
Chapter 5
Operational Amplifiers
5.1 Introduction
The operational amplifier, or op amp, is an
electronic device that behaves like a
voltage-controlled voltage source. An op
amp circuit can perform mathematic
Ve215 Electric Circuits
Ma Dianguang
Fall 2012
Chapter 4
Circuit Theorems
4.1 Introduction
Even though the nodal analysis and mesh
analysis are powerful techniques for
solving circuits, we are still interested in
methods that can be used to simplify
circ
Ve215 Electric Circuits
Ma Dianguang
Fall 2012
Chapter 3
Methods of Analysis
3.1 Introduction
In this chapter, we develop two powerful
techniques for circuit analysis: nodal
analysis, which is based on a systematic
application of KCL, and mesh analysis,
Ve215 Electric Circuits
Ma Dianguang
Fall 2012
Chapter 2
Basic Laws
2.1 Introduction
In this chapter, we study some
fundamental laws that govern electric
circuits, known as Ohms law and
Kirchhoffs laws, and discuss some
techniques commonly applied in cir
Ve215 Electric Circuits
Ma Dianguang
Fall 2012
Chapter 1
Basic Concepts
1.1 Introduction
The basic electric circuit theory course is
the most important course for an electrical
engineering student.
Circuit theory is also valuable to students
specializin