Circuit Theory

Dr. Charles Kim

The entrance gate to ECE and the only road to Electronics to Signals and Systems

 Chapters Contents Resources 1 Circuit Variables Definitions and Polarity The Laws of Electric Circuit - Link 2 Circuit Elements KVL and KCL --Example Problems Dependent Source Problems   Homework#1 (due: (F) Feb 11) Polarity Revisited along with KVL and KCL 3 Simple Resistive Circuits Resistor Spec and Equivalent Resistance ExampleD'Arsonval Movement and DC measurement Delta-to-Y Transformation Example  Summary 4 Techniques of Circuit Analysis Node Voltage Method Node Voltage Method - Special Case       Homework#2 (due: (F) Feb 18)Mesh Current Method Mesh Current Method-Special Case Node Method or Mesh Current? Source Transformation  Superposition Principle Thevenin Theorem --> Homework#3  (due: (F) Feb 25)Maximum Power Transfer Summary Link to Smath Studio & Link to LTspiceLink to a good tutorial for SmathLink to a good tutorial for LTspice An example Smath code: circuit_matrix.sm 5 Inductors and Capacitors Capacitors and Inductors Summary 6 First-Order Circuit First-Order Circuits 7 Second-Order Circuit Second-Order Circuits 8 Laplace Transformation Laplace Transformation --SummaryInverse Laplace Transformation 9 S-domain Analysis s-domain Circuit Analysis --> Homework#4 (due: (F) Mar 4)More on Laplace Transformation ApplicationTransfer Function and Steady-State Sinusoidal Response (and Review on Complex Number *)Solving Integrodifferential Equations using Laplace Transformation 10 Operational Amplifier Op Amp Op Amp Circuits Summary 11 Frequency Selective Circuits Frequency Response and Bode PlotPassive Filters Active Filters (Part1, Part2, and Part3) 12 Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis Sinusoidal response and Phasor TransformationPhasor Transformation Applications Sinusoidal Power and Power FactorSinusoidal Power Calculation and Maximum Power Transfer 3-phase Systems3-phase Power Calculations  --> Homework#5 (due (W) Mar 16) EXAM1 - From (F) Mar 18 6:00pm to (S) March 19   @10:00pm  (Upload by (S) March 19, 10:10 pm)  in the Blackboard