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University of Hartford


College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering Department

EE213 Electrical Circuit Analysis I

Fall 2005

Professor: Dr. Abby Ilumoka, Room
UT 235
, Ph: (860)
-

768


5231


Email:
ilumokanw@hartford.edu


Website: http://uhaweb.hartford.edu/ilumokanw

Cla
ss Time: Mon Wed Fri 11.30
-
12.2
0pm

Office Hrs:
: Wed 2
-
3.30
pm
, Tues, Thur 1.30pm


2.30
pm



(other consultation by appointment)

Credit Hours

3

Lecture Hours

2.5/wk


Laboratory Hours

0

Prerequisites/Co
-
requisites


Engineering Computer Applications(ES115), Calculus II(M145), Calculus
-
Based Physics
II

(PHY113), Differential Equations(M242)

Textbook


Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis by Irwin and Nelms,

8
th

Edition,

Wiley 2005

References


Introduction to Electr
ic Circuits by Dorf & Svoboda
, Wiley

Software

CADENCE/ORCAD PSPICE Circuit Simu
lation Program

Bulletin Description


Introduction to DC Circuit Analysis; Ohm’s Law, Thevenin, Norton, Superposition Theorems;
Loop, Nodal analysis; transient behavior of RC, RL, RLC Circuits; steady state ac behavior of
RLC circuits;

Course Outcomes

When

the students have completed this course, they will be able to
analyze DC circuits using
Ohm’s Law, Thevenin, Norton, Superposition Theorems, Loop
and Nodal analysis.

Corresponding use of a basic circuit simulation tool PSPICE will be
mastered.

Assessment


4
Exams. Each exam counts 25% toward final grade.

Other Course Information

Exam Da
tes (Note in your calendars, further notices may not

be given):


Exam1
Sep 26
, Exam 2

Oct 24
, Exam 3
Nov 21
,

Exam 4
Dec 16
, 11am
-
1
pm (Final)

ALL EXAMS CLOSED BOOK CLOSED N
OTES


TOPICS

1. Basic Circuit Concepts

2. Resistive Circuits

3. Nodal & Loop Analysis Techniques


4. Additional Analysis Techniques

5. Capacitive & Inductive T
ransients


6. First Order Circuits

7. Second Order Circ
uits

8. Introduction to Phasors

Homework Assignments

Homework will
not
be
graded, however
e
xam problems will be drawn from
homework.




University of Hartford


College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering Department

EE215 Electrical Circuits Analysis I Laboratory

Fall 2005

Professor: Dr. Abby Ilumoka, Room
UT 235
, Ph: (860)
-

768


5231


E
mail:
ilumokanw@hartford.edu


Website: http://uhaweb.hartford.edu/ilumokanw

Cl
ass Time: Mon 1.30
-
4.20
pm

Office Hrs:
: Wed 2
-
3.30pm, Tues, Thur 1.30pm


2.30p
m



(other consultation by appointment)

Credit Hours

1

Lecture Hours

0


Laboratory Hours

2hrs 45min/wk

Prerequisites/Co
-
requisites


Electric Circuit Analysis (EE213)

Textbook


EE215 Lab manual (available

in bookstore)

References



Software

CADENCE/ORCAD PSPICE Circuit Simulation Program


Bulletin Description


Introduction to DC Circuits laboratory; experiments include Ohm’s Law, Kirchoff’s Laws,
Thevenin & Norton’s theorems, transient behavio
r of RC circuits ;introduction to computer
-
aided circuit analysis and design.


Course Outcomes

When the students have completed this course, they will have practical
proof of

Ohm’s Law, Kirchoff’s Laws, Thevenin & Norton’s theorems,
as well as hands
on ex
perience with a basic circuit simulation tool (PSPICE).


Assessment


Pre
-
Labs & Lab

60%, Formal Lab Report 20%, Oral Presentations 20%


Other Course Information


Laborat
ory Schedule: EE215 Circuit Analysis

I Lab


Lab 1 Eq
uipment Familiarization I


Lab 2 Equipment Familiarization II


Lab 3 Kirchoff’s and Ohm’s Laws


Lab 4 Non Linear Networks


Lab 5 Nodal & Mesh Analysis


Lab 6

Thevenin & Norton’s Theorems


Lab 7 Superposition Theorem


Lab 8 Transient Response of First Order Circuits


Lab 9 Frequency Response of First order Circuit