EECE202: Network Analysis (aka Circuit Theory) I
The entrance gate to ECE and the only road to Network Analysis II and Electronics I to Signal and Systems
Pre-requisite: Physics 2 (PHYS014)
Co-requisites: MATH159 (Differential Equations) and EECE208 (Electrical Eng Lab)
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Chapter 1: Circuit Variables
Definitions and Polarity
Chapter 2: Circuit Elements
KVL and KCL --Example Problems
Dependent Source Problems
Polarity Revisited along with KVL and KCL
Chapter 3: Simple Resistive Circuits
Resistor Spec and Equivalent Resistance Example
D'Arsonval Movement and DC measurement
Delta-to-Y Transformation Example And Tablet PC Class Exercise Problem 1
HW #1 Review Sesson Download this JNT file to your USB memory stick, and bring it to the Tuesday class.
Chapter 4: Techniques of Circuit Analysis
- Node Voltage Method and Tablet PC Class Lecture 2 and Example 3
- Node Voltage Method - Special Case and Tablet PC example Problem 4
- Superposition Principle
- Thevenin Theorem
- Maximum Power Transfer and Tablet PC Example Problem 5
- Mesh Current Method
- Mesh Current Method-Special Case and Tablet PC Example Problem 6
- Node Method or Mesh Current?
- Source Transformation and Tabelt PC Example Problem 7
- PSPICE INTRODUCTION (Also for EECE208 Lab)
Chapter 5: Operational Amplifiers
EXAM#2(20%): Focus of the Exam#2-- (a)The ability to use node voltage method and mesh current method in a complex circuit (25%). (b) Ability to derive Thevenin equivalent circuit and it's application to max power transfer (25%), (c) Combined and synthetic application of node, mesh, Thevenin, source transformation in to a circuit problem (25%), and (d) Ability to understand the core concept of the ideal Op amp and the ability to solve OP amp circuits using the abilities in (a), (b), and (c)
PROJECT(15%) (By the way, a Washington Post comic strip argues that the project is too easy.)
- Project How do I grade and what I regard highly? (a) Ability to interpret the given situation in terms of circuit problem, (b) Ability to identify the topics and materials studied in the class that can be synthetically applied to the situation, (c) Ability to manage, conduct, and modify one's work to solve the problem, (d) Ability of critical thinking in that one finds the spot which holds the answer to the problem, (e) The ability of doing research, (f) The ability to teach oneself to learn new things (and not taught in the class) based on the knowledge gained in the process, (g) The ability of written communication which is technical, profession, and most of all, convincing, and (h) The ability of oral communicatio and the use of digital media and software for effective presentation. Additionally, (i) creativity, and (j) evidence collection and forensic engineering would get extra points.
- May 2006 Result:
- Best Project Award - Nnaemeka Amazu (report and ppt)
- Best Report - Nia Bradley (report)
Chapter 6: Inductors and Capacitors
Capacitors and Inductors and TabletPC Example Problem 10
Chapter 7: First-Order Circuits
FINAL EXAM (35%):
The following subjects will be the subject of the final exam.