E E 1205-101 Spring 2014

Spring 2014 Schedule

Date: Lecture Topic Lab Topic Reading in Textbook Homework
01/13/2014
Mon
Fundamental quantities; electrical networks; polarity convention. Lab Meeting No. 1 - lab introduction 1-1 Historical Timeline; 1-2 Units, Dimensions and Notation; 1.3 Circuit Representation;  
01/20/2014
Mon
MLK Holiday     None
01/27/2014
Mon
Ideal two-terminal elements Part 1 – the resistor; Ohm’s law. Lab Experiment No. 1 1-4 Electric Charge and Current; 1-5 Voltage and Power; 1-6 Circuit Elements; HW01
02/03/2014
Mon
Resistor combos; ideal two-terminal elements Part 2 – voltage and current sources. Lab Experiment No. 2 2-1 Ohm's Law; 2-2 Kirchhoff's Law; 2-3 Equivalent Circuits; HW02
02/10/2014
Mon
Source combinations and transformations. Lab Experiment No. 3 2-4 Wye-Delta Transformation; 2-5 The Wheatstone Bridge; HW03
02/17/2014
Mon
Source dominance and shifting; ideal two-terminal elements Part 3 – special elements.L; Ohm’s law. Lab Experiment No. 3 3-1 Node Voltage Method; HW04
2/24/2014
Mon
Network laws – KVL and KCL Lab Experiment No. 4 3-2 Mesh Current Method; HW05
03/03/2014
Mon
Mid-Term Exam 1 Open lab Class notes. None
03/10/2014
Mon
Spring Holiday     None
03/17/2014
Mon
Network laws – applications; voltage and current maps. Lab Experiment No. 5 3-3 By Inspection Methods; HW06
03/24/2014
Mon
Network theorems – superposition; Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems. Lab Experiment No. 6 3-4 Source Superposition; HW07
03/31/2014
Mon
Network theorems – dividers; maximum power transfer. Open lab 3-5 Thévenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits; HW08
04/07/2014
Mon
Wheatstone bridge – theory; applications. Lab Experiment No. 7 3-6 Maximum Power Transfer; HW09
04/14/2014
Mon
Mid-Term Exam 2 Lab Experiment No. 7 Class notes. HW10
04/21/2014
Mon
The mesh analysis method and mesh equations. Lab Experiment No. 7 TBA HW11
04/28/2014
Mon
The node analysis method and node equations. None TBA HW12
05/05/2014
Mon
2:00-3:00 p.m. Leftover lab reports due at noon. None None