Syllabus

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California State Polytechnic University Pomona
Electrical & Computer Eng.
ECE 209 - 02 Network Analysis II
http://www.csupomona.edu/~zaliyazici/ece209
Instructor
e-mail
Office
Office Hours
Class Time/Place
: Dr. Zekeriya Aliyazicioglu
: [email protected]
: BLDG 9 – 143
: W 10:00 AM-12:00 PM, TH 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
: T-TR :6:00 PM -7:15 PM / BLDG 9 - 405
Semester: Summer 2004
Course Description:
An introduction to network analysis in the frequency domain with computer applications. 3
lectures/problem-solving. Prerequisite: C- or better in ECE 207.
Note: Students are responsible for satisfying the required prerequisite(s).
Course Objectives
• To enable students to analyze active and passive a.c. circuits.
• To enable students to use SPICE in the analysis of a.c. circuits.
• To enable students to apply Laplace transforms to circuit analysis
• To enable students to apply convolution
Text Book:
[1]
Electric Circuits, James W. Nilsson, Susan A. Riedel, Prentice Hall 2001, Sixth Edition.
References:
[1]
Engineering Circuit Analysis, 6th ed. W. H. Hayt, Jr., J. E. Kemmerly, and S. M. Durbin, New York,
NY: McGraw Hill, 2002. ISBN: 0072853204
[2]
Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, C. K. Alexander and M. N. O. Sadiku, Second Edition McGraw
Hill, 2002. ISBN: 0072853204
[3]
The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits, Roland E. Thomas and Albert J. Rosa, Third Edition,
New York, John Wiley & Sons, 2001.
[4]
Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, J.D. Irwin, Wiley, 2002.
[5]
The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits, 4th ed R. E. Thomas and A. J. Rosa,. New York, NY:
John Wiley & Sons, 2003. ISBN: 0471272132
[6]
Linear Circuit Analysis, A. M. Davis, PWS Publishing Co., 1998.
[7]
Circuit, A. B. Carlson, Brooks/Cole, 2000
Course Requirements and Evaluation Procedure
1. Homework(s)/Computer Problems: Homework/computer problems will be assigned ahead of time
so that students would have chance to read the related topic(s). Homework/computer problems
assignments will be due at the beginning of the class of the class on the date specified. Absolutely no
late homework/computer problems will be accepted, if not accompanied with a legitimate excuse. All
work on the homework/computer problems assignments must be individual.
Homework, Computer Problems, and Quiz effect 20% of the final course grade.
2.
Exam(s)
Note :
: Three examinations will be administered.
Exam 1 effects the 25% of the final course grade,
Exam 2 effects the 25% of the final course grade, and
Final Exam effects the 30% of the final course grade.
Students are responsible for all materials/announcements presented in class whether
they are present or absent.
ECE 209-1
Week 1
Class
1
2
Week 2
Class
3
Read
9.1 - 9.3
Topics
Review
The sinusoidal source, and sinusoidal response, The phasor, inverse phasor
transform
Read
9.4 - 9.6
Topics
Phasor relationship for R, L and C elements. Kirchhoff’s laws in the frequency
domain, serial, parallel, and delta-to-wye simplifications
Week 3
Class
5
Read
9.7 - 9.10
6
9.11, 9.12
Topics
Thevenin-Norton equivalent circuits, node-voltage and mesh-current equations
using phasors, Linear transform, reflected impedance,
Ideal transform, Phasor diagram and Problems solution, pSpice Analysis
Week 4
Class
7
Read
10.1-10.3
8
10.4, 10.5
4
Week 5
Class
9
10
Topics
Instantaneous power, average and reactive power, power factor, RMS value,
and power calculations.
Complex power and power calculations
Read
10-6
Topics
Maximum power transfer in the context of a sinusoidal steady-state network
Exam-1
Week 6
Class
11
Read
12.1-12.5
12
12.6,12.8
Topics
Laplace transform, step function, impulse function. Functional Transforms,
Operational Transforms, addition, differentiation, integration, scaling,
Translation in the time domain, translation in the frequency domain.
Applying the Laplace transform to RLC circuits, Inverse transform Poles and
zeros of F(s),
Week 7
Class
13
14
Read
12-9
13.1-13.3
Topics
Initial and Final-value theorems, Problems solution, MatLab examples
Circuit elements in the S domain, circuit analysis in the S domain, and
applications The Transfer functions
Read
13.5
Topics
The transfer function in Partial fraction expansions
. Exam. 2
Read
13.6
13.7, 13.8
Topics
The transfer function and the convolution integral
The transfer function and the steady-state sinusoidal response, impulse
function in circuit analysis
Week 8
Class
15
16
Week 9
Class
17
18
ECE 209-2
Week 10
Class
19
20
Read
none
none
Topics
Graphical evaluation, pSpice analysis.
Problem solutions
1. Schedule may be subject to change. Please note the announcements in the class, in the class folder,
and in the instructor’s web site, etc.
2. Solutions to the problems (exercises, tests, etc.) may be published if time permitting.
Course Policies
• Students are encouraged to discuss the course, including issues raised by the assignments.
However, the solutions to assignments should be individual original work unless otherwise
specified. You may ask a fellow student a question designed to improve your understanding, not
one designed to get the assignment done. To do otherwise is to cheat yourself out of
understanding, as well as to be dishonorable.
• Any substantive contribution to your solution by another person or taken from a publication
should be properly acknowledged in writing. Anything taken from a source outside the team
should be properly cited. Failure to do so is stealing and will require disciplinary action.
• Any form of cheating in the test or quiz will result in a zero score for the test or quiz. Also, the
case may be forwarded to the Department Chair for appropriate disciplinary action.
ECE 209-3
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