662-102 DC Circuit Analysis
Discover the fundamental laws, properties and mathematics of electrical engineering technology and their applications to direct current (DC) circuits. A variety of methods analysis techniques are explored in detail to thoroughly analyze even complex DC circuits. Utilize Ohms Law, Kirchoffs Law, mesh and nodal analysis. Explore various network theorems including Thevenins and Nortons Theorems, Superposition and Maximum Power Transfer. Investigate the transient response of capacitive and inductive circuits and the behavior of magnetic circuits. Develop skills through computer-aided circuit simulation and analysis software. Learn troubleshooting techniques during lab activities.
Sections this Semester
Offering number: 662-102-001
Course NotesPrerequisite(s): 804-198 Calculus 1 (or concurrent) or 804-196 Trigonometry w Apps (or concurrent)
Seats Open: 6
Instructor: Bachhuber, Kathleen A
Days: Monday Wednesday