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Transcript
Syllabus of EE210.01 -- Fall 2009
Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Instructor: Burak Acar, [email protected]
Objective: To introduce the basic principles of Electrical Engineering to nonelectrical engineers and to provide the student with the analytical and computational
tools needed to solve practical problems involving electric circuits.
Textbook: Electric Circuits, 8th ed., by James W. Nilsson and Susan A. Riedel,
Prentice Hall.
References:
• Introduction to Electric Circuits., by R.C. Dorf and J.A. Svoboda,
John Wiley & Sons.
• Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering, by Giorgio
Rizzoni, McGrawHill
Class Schedule:
Mondays 12:00-13:00 KBZ01
Wednesdays 14:00:16:00 NH305
Quiz on homework: Wed 14:15 in NH 305 and Wed 17:00
Teaching Assistant: Balkır Kayaaltı, [email protected]
Gurkan Sonmez, [email protected]
Grading: Quiz 20%, two midterms with 25% each, final exam 30%.
Course Outline
Lectures will generally follow the textbook material. The schedule given below is only
approximate.
Week
1
Lect
Topic
1-2
Basic concepts of electrical engineering. Circuit variables
and elements. Ohm's law, power and energy
1.1-1.6
3-4
2
Reading
Ohm's law, resistive circuit analysis, Kirchoff's laws, 2.1-3.7
parallel, series resistances, current voltage measurement
techniques
Circuit conversions, Circuit analysis with node voltage 4.1-4.8
method. Circuit analysis with mesh current method.
3
5-6
4
7-8
5
9-10
6
7
MIDTERM 1
Inductor, capacitor, mutual inductance. Review of linear
11-12 differential equations.
6.1-6.4
8
Response of first order RL and RC circuits General
13-14 response of RL and RC circuits.
7.1-7.7
9
15-16 Natural and step responses of RLC circuits.
10
Sinusoidal steady state analysis, review of complex
17-18 numbers, phasor concept. Circuit analysis with phasors.
9.1-9.12
11
Source transformations, Thévenin and Norton
equivalents. Maximum power transfer. Superposition
4.9-4.13
Operational Amplifiers and basic applications. Op-amp
5.1-5.7
circuits
8.1-8.5
12
MIDTERM 2
Sinusoidal steady state power calculation. Power
19-20 calculations and maximum power transfer.
10.1-10.6
13
Balanced three phase circuits. Analysis of delta and wye
21-22 circuits, power calculations.
11.1-11.6