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Enes 205 - Electric Circuits
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COURSE OUTLINE ENES 205 Electric Circuits 4 Credits HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE Description This course will instruct students in the design analysis simulation construction and evaluation of electric circuits Students will review the I V relationships of resistors capacitors inductors sources op amps and transformers The student will perform circuit analysis using Kirchoff s laws node and mesh analysis superposition and Thevenin and Norton theorems The student will also perform DC and AC steady state and impulse analysis for first and second order circuits Prerequisite PHYS 111 corequisite MATH 260 3 hours lecture 3 hours lab weekly Overall Course Objectives Upon completion of this course the student will be able to 1 2 3 4 5 6 Use basic test and measurement equipment necessary to evaluate the performance of simple circuits Demonstrate and understanding of basic functions inaccuracies and tolerances of the test equipment components and procedures Design circuits with efficient reliability and cheaply achieve the desired results Use good techniques for drawing circuits and wiring diagrams breadboarding circuits and trouble shooting circuits Use stimulation tools to design circuits and analyze performance Demonstrate an ability to work cooperatively with others in the lab to maximize results Major Topics I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII Measurement Equipment Asynchronous Counters Switching Circuits Adder Circuits Encoders and Display Sequence Analyzers Thevenin Equivalent Circuits Analog to Digital Converters Non ideal Passive Components Rectifier Circuits Transient Response Op Amp Circuits Passive and Active Filter Designs Updated on 8 14 12 sf Page 1 of 2 Course Requirements Grading exams Grading procedures will be determined by the individual faculty member Grades will be based on homework tests projects and class participation Other Course Information This course is required in the Engineering AA Degree Program the Electrical Engineering ASE Degree Program and the Computer Engineering ASE Degree Program Updated on 8 14 12 pt Page 2 of 2


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