ECEN 3030 - Electrical/Electronics Circuits for Non-Majors
ECEN 3030 (3). Electrical/Electronics Circuits for Non-Majors.
For students not majoring in electrical engineering. Covers analysis of
electric circuits by use of Ohm's law; network reduction; super position;
node and loop analysis; Thevenin's and Norton's theorems; sinusoidal signals;
phasors; power in ac circuits; transientresponse of simple circuits;
operational amplifiers; logic circuits; and flip-flops.
Restricted to nonmajors.|
(Same as GEEN 3854.)
Credits and Design
||3 credit hours.
Linear Algegra and Differential Equations
Essentials of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Kerns, Irwin,
Pearson - Prentice Hall.
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- Concepts of charge, forces between charges, electrical power and
energy, conductors and insulators.
- Circuit analysis using Kirchhoff's laws, node /loop analysis,
superposition, Thevenin/Norton Theorems.
- 1st and 2nd order transient analysis of dynamic circuits using
resistors, capacitors and inductors.
- Complex numbers.
- AC steady state analysis using phasors.
- Steady State Power Analysis, complex power, average power, apparent
power, power factor correction.
- Magnetic Coupled circuits, mutual inductance, transformers.
- Electrical network frequency characteristics, filters, resonant
- Ideal Op-Amps, analog computation.
- Terminal characteristics of diodes, rectification circuits.
- Electrical motors: DC, AC Poly-phase Induction and Synchronous
Last revised: 08-02-11, PM, ARP.