Course Abstract Details
ENEE-205, Electric Circuits
ENEE-205, Electric Circuits, will include design,analysis, simulation, construction and evaluation of electric circuits. Students will review theI-V relationships of resistors, capacitors,inductors, sources, op-amps, and transformers.Circuit analysis will be performed using Kirchoff's laws, node and mesh analysis,superposition, and Thevenin and Norton theorems.The student will also perform DC and AC steady state and impulse analysis for first and second order circuits. The course concludes with a discussion of ideal op-amp, diode and transistor circuits. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: ENEE-204 or ENEE-205. Prerequisites: completion of PHYS-212 with aminimum "C" grade and completion of MATH-215 with a minimum "C" grade or concurrent enrollment in MATH-215 with Advisor permission. Four hours lecture and two hours of laboratory work each week. Four credits. Four billable hours. PREREQUISITES: PHYS-212 with a minimum "C" grade and MATH-215 with a minimum "C" grade or concurrent enrollment in MATH-215. Offered Spring term only.
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