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Ece 2100 - Circuit Analysis

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ECE 2100 Circuit Analysis Fall 2017 version 27 November 2017 The online version of this syllabus at http homepages wmich edu miller ECE2100 html provides hyperlinks and will be updated as needed In case of conflict information in this syllabus supersedes all other course documents Instructor Dr Damon A Miller Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Western Michigan University College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Parkview Campus Room A 240 269 276 3158 269 276 3151 fax damon miller wmich edu www homepages wmich edu miller Office Hours Guaranteed office hours are posted on Dr Miller s door and at http homepages wmich edu miller Please respect instructor office hours Other times are available by appointment Laboratory Instructors Laboratory sessions are held in the Electrical Circuit s Laboratory Room B 215 CEAS Laboratory instructors will provide office hours in lab M 6 30PM 9 00PM T 8 30AM 11 00AM T 2 30PM 5 30PM T 6 30PM 9 00PM W 6 30PM 9 00PM R 8 30AM 11 00AM R 6 30PM 9 00PM Mr Villanueva Mr Khani Mr Villanueva Mr AlAnssari Mr Al Gailani Mr Khani Mr AlAnssari juanm villanueva wmich edu mohammadreza khani wmich edu juanm villanueva wmich edu haitham alanssari wmich edu mohammedyasser algailani wmich edu mohammadreza khani wmich edu haitham alanssari wmich edu Tutors In addition to Dr Miller s office hours you can get help from any of the lab instructors during their office hours FREE TUTORING Visit the webpage Student Success Center STEP Tutor Mr Sallmen michael j sallmen wmich edu B 122 Floyd Hall Catalog Description ECE 2100 Circuit Analysis 3 3 4 hrs Analysis of linear electric circuits using methods based on Kirchhoff s laws and network theorems RL RC and RLC transients Sinusoidal steady state analysis Prerequisites PHYS 2070 or taken concurrently and MATH 1230 or 1710 with a grade of C or better in all prerequisites Acknowledgements Parts adapted adopted from syllabi by J Gesink and J Kelemen Some course material is verbatim from an ECE 2100 Laboratory Manual developed by former and current ECE faculty Some lecture material may be directly from the course text or references ECE 2100 Course Learning Outcomes This course develops 1 an understanding of electric charge current voltage energy and power 2 an ability to analyze linear DC circuits using Ohm s law Kirchhoff s voltage law mesh analysis and Kirchhoff s current law nodal analysis 3 an ability to utilize network analysis techniques including superposition source transformations and Thevenin and Norton s theorems 4 an ability to design simple DC voltmeters and ammeters using d Arsonval movement meters 5 an ability to analyze and design electronic circuits that utilize operational amplifiers 6 an understanding of the terminal characteristics of capacitors and inductors 7 an ability to analyze steady state linear AC circuits containing dependent and independent sources resistors capacitors and inductors 8 an ability to perform DC and AC power calculations including



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