AC Circuits

ETEE1212 AC Circuits


Course syllabus
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EXAMS

Exams are CLOSED BOOK.

Exam 1:
Monday February 20

Exam 2:

Wednesday March 28

Final Exam is Wednesday May 9, 8:00-10:30am


 

HOMEWORK

All homework must be scanned into PDF file format and submitted via Moodle.  For due dates, see Moodle.

NOTE: I do not accept late homework, and Moodle will not let you submit it late.
The homework due time will always be 3 a.m.  I expect you to attempt to submit by midnight on the day BEFORE.  This will leave you 3 hours to deal with any last-minute problems like scanner jams, losing Internet connection, etc.


Chapter 13

Homework
# 1 :
Sinusoidal Alternating Waveforms

Chapter 14

Homework
# 2 :
Response of basic elements

Homework
# 3 :
Power, power factor, phasors

Homework
# 4 :
Complex number manipulation

Chapter 15

Homework
# 5:
Impedance, Phasor diagrams, Series Connection

Homework
# 5A:
Miscellaneous – Node, Mesh, Delta-Y, Superposition, Thevenin


Chapter 16

Homework
# 7 :
Series-parallel networks

Chapter 17

Homework
# 8A ,
Hints :
Node and Mesh with Dependent sources

Chapter 18

Homework
# 9A ,
Hints :
Superposition, Thevenin with Dependent Sources

Homework
# 10A :
Maximum Average Power Theorem

Chapter 19

Homework
# 12 ,
Hints :
Power in AC circuits (Due date
– see Moodle)

Homework
# 13 ,
Hints :
Power factor correction (Due date
– see Moodle)

Chapter 21

Homework
# 14 ,
Hints :
Mesh current with mutual inductance

Homework
# 15 ,
Hints :
Ideal Transformers

Three phase Sysems

Homework
# 3P1 :
3 phase homework 1

Homework
# 3P2 :
3 phase homework 2

Chapter 20

Homework
# 16
:
Series Resonance



STUFF TO READ

Reading material about Three-Phase Circuits: Click Here.

 


CIRCUITS REVIEW NOTES AND EXAMPLES

The Mesh Current Method, plus Special Cases
The Node Voltage Method, plus Special Cases
A few more node and mesh examples

Ohm’s Law, Voltage Divider Rule, Current Divider Rule
Independent and Dependent Sources
Source Transformations

The Method of Superposition
The Thevenin Equivalent Circuit

Dr. Sharer’s notes on Cramer’s Rule
Solving Simultaneous Linear Equations (needed for Node and Mesh analysis)


LECTURES

If I screw something up in class, this section is for “screwing it down again”. Or if I felt something wasn’t very clear, I can make it clearer here.