Curriculum Designation: Required for electrical engineering and computer engineering majors.
Course (Catalog) Description: Current, voltage, and power; resistors, inductors, and capacitors; network theorems and laws; operational amplifiers, phasors; impedances; sinusoidal steady-state analysis.
Prerequisite: MAC 2312
Corequisites: MAC 2313 and PHY 2049 C for FSU student or PHY 2049/PHY 2049L for FAMU students
- Calculate power absorbed by element with passive sign convention.
- Identify relationship between charge versus current, voltage versus energy, and energy versus power.
- Identify voltage sources versus current sources, independent sources versus dependent sources.
- Identify the voltage-current characteristics of resistors, capacitors and inductors.
- Construct equivalent circuits of resistive circuits using series or parallel.
- Solve a resistive circuit through nodal analysis.
- Solve a resistive circuit through loop analysis.
- Identify an Operational Amplifier and its ideal characteristics.
- Identify a sinusoid with a phasor.
- Calculate the impedances of circuit elements and RLC circuits.
- Apply network theorems such as linearity, superposition, Thevenin's theorem and Norton's theorem to analyze resistive networks.
- Solve an AC circuit using nodal analysis, loop analysis and/or other circuit theorems.
- Review of basic concepts of charge, current, voltage, power and energy
- Resistive circuits
- Nodal and loop analysis techniques
- Operational amplifiers
- Additional circuit analysis technologies
- Capacitance and inductance
- AC steady-state analysis
Class Schedule: Three 50 minute or two 75 minute lectures per week (3 credit hours).
Contribution to Professional Component: 100% Engineering
Science/Design (%): 85% / 15%
Relationship to ABET Student Outcomes: F
Prepared by: Bruce A. Harvey
Revised: September 22, 2016