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EE 206: Circuits I  -  Home Page & Syllabus

 

Introduction to Circuit Analysis

Summer 2014

 

EE 206 Home

Unit 1: Fundamentals

Unit 2: Kirchoff’s Circuit Laws

Unit 3: Op Amps & Thévenins

Unit 4: AC Analysis

 

Standings as of May 20, 2014

F

D

C

B

A

Test 1

 

 

Test 2

 

 

Test 3

 

 

Test 4

 

 

Mastery

 

 

Instructor:                    Ben Braaten

 

Text:                            Electric Circuits (Sixth Edition), James Nilsson, Susan Riedel.

On-Line Reference:    www.BisonAcademy.com

                                    Google Electronics Tutorials

                                    edX Electronics

                                    MIT OpenCourseWare

Educating Engineers: Preparing 21st Century Leaders in the Context of New Modes of Learning

 

On-Line Quizzes:  To help prepare for the tests, there are some on-line quizzes available.  Each of you should have a password (if not, let me know and I’ll get you one.  You can also sign on as a generic student (name and password below):  Comments, suggestions, and improved quizzes are always welcome.

·         Go to www.Junoed.com

·         Name: ECE Student

·         Password: Welcome

·         Sample Problems from www.JunoEd.com:

o   EE Fundamentals

o   Voltage Nodes

o   Current Loops

 

Course Description:  Linear electric circuits.  Component models, circuit laws, transient analysis, design issues, computer tools. 3 lectures, 1 two-hour recitation/laboratory.  Prereq: MATH 166 with a grade of C or better. Co-req: MATH 129 and PHYS 252. F, S.

 

Syllabus:

 

 

Date

Topic

Videos

More Videos

Sample Problems

M

 

 

May 19

Holiday!  First 70-degree day of the year!!!

 

 

Resistors 1  -  Solution

Resistors 2  -  Solution

Resistors 3  -  Solution

Resistors 4  -  Solution

Resistors 5  -  Solution

T

 

May 20

Introduction & Syllabus

SI Units, Voltage, Current, Power

 

Basics of Electricity

Circuit Notation

W

 

May 21

Kirchoff’s Laws

MATLAB and MultiSim

Circuit Fundamentals @ Ryerson (106 min)

Kirchoff’s Voltage Law

Kirchoff’s Current Law

R

 

May 22

Resistors in series, parallel

Voltage and Current Division

 

MATLAB Demo

MultiSim Demo

Potentiometers, Voltage
& Current Division

F

 

May 23

Test #1

 

Resistors in Series & Parallel

M

 

May 26

Holiday!

 

 

KCL 3  -  KVN 3

KCL 4  -  KVN 4

KCL 5  -  KVN 5

KCL 6  -  KVN 6

KCL 8  -  KVN 8

 

 

T

 

May 27

Voltage Nodes

Voltage Nodes with Dependent Sources

Node Voltage @ Ryerson

Supernodes @ Ryerson

Node Voltage & Supernodes

KCL Review: Part 1, Part 2

W

 

May 28

Mesh Currents

Mesh currents with Dependent Sources

Mesh & Supermesh
@ Ryerson

Node Voltage with

Dependent Sources

R

 

May 29

Operational Amplifier

Ideal Op-Amp Model

Op Amps @ MIT (53 min)

Op Amps Cont. @ MIT (50 min)

Mesh Current & Supermeshes

Mesh Current & Dependent Sources

F

 

May 30

Test #2

 

Op Amps @ MIT

Op Amps @ Engineering Videos (28 min)

M

 

June 2

Thevenin Equivalent & Load Lines

Thevenin Equivalent with Dependent Sources

Thevenin/Norton Eq. @ Ryerson (Watch until 42:43)

Amplifiers &

Instrumentation Amplifiers

Op Amp 10  -  Thevenin 06

Op Amp 11  -  Thevenin 08

Op Amp 12  -  Thevenin 10

Op Amp 13  -  Thevenin 11

Op Amp 14  -  Thevenin 12

 

T

 

June 3

Max Power Transfer

The Number j and Other Falsehoods

Maximum Power Transfer @ Ryerson (15 min)

Complex Numbers @ Ryerson (42 min)

Schmitt Triggers

W

 

June 4

Phasors

Wikibooks Notes

 

R

 

June 5

Superposition

Superposition @ Ryerson (52 min)

F

 

June 6

Test #3

 

M

 

June 9

Capacitors

Capacitor Transient Response

RC / RL Time Constants

@ All About Circuits (14 min)

 

 

T

 

June 10

Inductors

Inductor Transient Response

 

 

W

 

June 11

Steady-state AC Analysis

AC Analysis: RLC Circuits

AC Circuits @ Ryerson (52 min)

R

 

June 12

Thevenin RLC Equivalents

AC Analysis: Op Amps

 

F

 

June 13

Test #4

 

 

 

 

Legal Stuff:

 

Special Needs - Any students with disabilities or other special needs, who need special accommodations in this course are invited to share these concerns or requests with the instructor as soon as possible.

 

Academic Honesty - All work in this course must be completed in a manner consistent with NDSU University Senate Policy, Section 335: Code of Academic Responsibility and Conduct. Violation of this policy will result in receipt of a failing grade.

 

ECE Honor Code:  On my honor I will not give nor receive unauthorized assistance in completing assignments and work submitted for review or assessment. Furthermore, I understand the requirements in the College of Engineering and Architecture Honor System and accept the responsibility I have to complete all my work with complete integrity.