Curriculum Designation: Required for electrical engineering and computer engineering majors.
Course (Catalog) Description: Sinusoidal steady-state power analysis; three-phase circuits; operational amplifier; transient and forced response; frequency response; two-port networks; circuit analysis with computers.
Prerequisite: EEL 3111
Corequisite: MAP 2302
Textbooks/Required Material: BASIC ENGINEERING CIRCUIT ANALYSIS, Author: IRWIN, Publisher: WILEY, Edition: 11th
- Calculate the average power absorbed by an element in an AC circuit.
- Identify the relationships between the phase voltages, line voltages, the phase currents, and the line currents of a three-phase circuit.
- Calculate average power absorbed by a balanced three-phase load.
- Derive the transient response of a first-order circuit and of a second-order circuit.
- To plot the transient response of an RLC circuit with a SPICE-based program.
- Identify the characteristics of an ideal transformer.
- Introduce the characteristics of a two-port network using two-port parameters.
- Derive the transfer function of a RLC circuit.
- Construct the Bode plots for a given transfer function.
- To plot the frequency response of an RLC circuit with a SPICE-based program.
- Review of AC Steady-state Circuit Analysis
- Steady-state Power Analysis
- Transient and Forced Response of RL, RC and RLC Circuits
- 3-phase AC Circuits with introduction to Transformers
- Frequency Response of Linear Circuits
- Circuit simulation using computers (PSPICE or Matlab)
- Introduction to Two-Port Networks
- Op-Amps (optional)
Class Schedule: Three 50 minute or two 75 minute lectures per week (3 credit hours).
Contribution to Professional Component: Engineering topics: 3 credit hours
Science/Design (%): 85% / 15%
Relationship to ABET Student Outcomes: H
Prepared by: Bruce A. Harvey
Revised: September 20, 2016