ENGR3: ELECTRIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
Course Description
An introduction to the theory of electric circuits. Topics include resistive circuits, voltage and current sources, network theorems, op-amp circuits, energy storage elements, RC, RL, and RLC circuits. PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 2C (may be taken concurrently) and Physics 4B with a grade of 'C' or better.
Learning Outcomes
- Identify, compare, contrast, describe, and analyze resistive circuits using circuit analysis techniques and network theorems.
- Identify, compare, contrast, describe, and analyze circuits containing operational amplifiers.
- Identify, compare, contrast, describe, analyze, and determine the natural and forced responses of first-order RL and RC circuits.
- Identify, compare, contrast, describe, analyze, and determine the natural and forced responses of second-order RLC circuits.
- Identify, compare, contrast, describe, and analyze steady-state AC circuits, including power calculations, using complex notation and phasors.