Electrical Circuits II

Course Number: 
ELT 1032
Semester: 
Spring Fall
Subject: 
Electrical Engineering Technology (ELT)
Credits 
4.00

This course is a continuation of ELT 1031. Circuit analysis using advanced network theorems and techniques is introduced. Topics such as superposition; Mesh and Nodal analysis; Thevenin’s theorem; and controlled sources are investigated. Other topics include bridges, power factor correction, transformers, polyphase circuits, filters, parallel resonance, frequency response, and response to non-sinusoidal signals. Lab exercises provide experience in using oscilloscopes, function generators, and frequency counters on circuits demonstrating the concepts developed in lectures.

3 hours of lecture, 3 hours of lab per week

[Course fee: $50]

Prerequisites

ELT 1031 or ELT 2071