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EET3716-Fall2019-Courseoutline-for-Network-Analysis

DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Course
Description:
EET 3716- Network Analysis
Standard Course Outline (Updated: Fall 2019)
EET 3716- Network Analysis
Circuit analysis using Laplace Transforms, transient and steady-state response.
Theorems, transfer function, frequency response and bode plots. 3(3,0)
Course prerequisites: DC/AC Circuits, Calculus I
More information can be found at college website:
http://www.daytonastate.edu/WebCollegeCatalog/catSearch.jsp?catini=t5&mode=type
Goals/Objectives This course presents the general methods of circuits and network analysis with strong
applied emphasis. The course will also expose the students to basic circuit theory
of the course:
theorems and methods with concepts essential for advanced study.
CO1: Students will have basic understanding of switching and test signals
Course
CO2: Students will have an understanding of initial conditions, transient and steady- state responses
Outcomes:
CO3: Students will have an understanding of Laplace Transforms and its applications in Circuit
Analysis
CO4: Students will have an understanding of transfer function, frequency response and frequency
domain analysis.
EET
3716
contributes the following to the BSET program outcomes:
Relationship to
BSET
Outcomes:
PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11
CO1 X
X
X
CO2 X
X
X
CO3 X
X
X
CO4 X
X
X
X
Transform Circuit Analysis for Engineering and Technology by W.D. Stanley,
Textbook:
Prentice Hall, Fifth Edition, 2003. ISBN# 0-13-060259-0
Also check the DSC bookstore at:
http://shop.efollett.com/htmlroot/storehome/daytonabeachcommunitycollege173.html
Reference:
1. Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis by J. David Irwin, 5th Edition, 1996.
2. Introductory Circuit Analysis by Robert L. Boylestad, Tenth Edition, Prentice Hall, 2002.
Topics Covered:
1. Introduction
2. Waveform Analysis: Switching functions, Test Signals,…
3. Circuit Parameters: Capacitance, Self and Mutual Inductance,
Ideal Transformer,...
4. The Basic Time-Domain Circuit: Steady-State and
Transient, Initial Conditions, Differential Equations,...
5. The Laplace Transforms: Laplace Transform Operation,
Inverse Transform, Multiple-Order and Complex Poles,...
6. Circuit Analysis by Laplace Transform
7. System Considerations: Transfer function, Step and Impulse
Responses, Poles and Zeros, Stability,...
8. The Sinusoidal Steady State: Sinusoidal Steady-State,
Computer
Usage:
Laboratory
CHAPTER
1 (1/2 week)
2 (1 week)
3 (2 week)
4 (2 weeks)
5 (2 weeks)
6 (2 weeks)
7 (2 weeks)
The Steady-State Transfer Function, Frequency Response Plots. 8 (2 weeks)
We will be using Multisim and Matlab for circuit simulation.
Falcon Online (http://online.daytonastate.edu) and e-mail will be used to communicate with students
and disseminate instructional materials, assignments, quizzes and exams throughout the course.
Students should check Falcon Online and their e-mail at least twice per day.
The use of the discussion board is highly encouraged. Please limit the use of the discussion board
strictly to class issues. All communications with the instructor must be done via Falcon Online email.
N/A
DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Course
Grading:
There will be three online quizzes and three Online exams:
Quiz#1 (chapter 2)
due 09/08
5%
Quiz#2 (chapter 3)
due 09/29
5%
Exam I (chs. 1-4 and sections 1-4 of ch.5)
due 10/06
25%
Quiz#3 (Inverse Laplace from ch.5 and ch6)
due 11/10
5%
Exam II (Inverse Laplace from ch.5 and chs. 6&7) due 11/24
25%
Comprehensive Final Exam (Chapters 1-8)
35%
due 12/08
Please be advised that exams will be curved if the class average is below 75, then students’ grade
will be adjusted accordingly online. For instance, if class average on exam-1 is 60 then 15 points
will be added to your grade automatically in D2L. The following grading system will be used to
assign the course final grade:
90 & higher A
86-89
B+
80-85
B
76-79
C+
70-75
C
66-69
D+
60-65
D
59 & lower
F
Course overall Grade = [(Quiz#1+Quiz#2+Quiz#3)]*0.05 + (Exam1 * 0.25)
+(Exam2 * 0.25)+(Final exam * 0.35)
Course
Assessment:
Useful methods for assessing the success of this course in achieving the intended outcomes listed
above:
 CO1: Traditional exam and quizzes
 CO2: Traditional exam and quizzes
 CO3: Traditional exam and quizzes
 CO4: Traditional exam and quizzes
Course Policies:
1.
2.
Disclaimer: Teaching policies and regulations for this course are not open for discussion or negotiation.
This syllabus has been constructed to be as complete as possible but is by no means a binding document. I
reserve the right to alter policies, procedures, and the syllabus as needed. Please utilize the website
regularly as any changes to the syllabus will be posted there.
Academic Integrity Policy (see student handbook)
http://www.daytonastate.edu/recreg/files/student_handbook.pdf)
Daytona State College is committed to providing you with quality instruction, guidance, and opportunities
for academic and career success by fostering academic excellence in a supportive and personalized
learning environment. Maintaining high standards of academic honesty and integrity in higher education is
a shared responsibility and an excellent foundation for assisting you in making honorable and ethical
contributions to the profession for which you are preparing. In order to preserve academic excellence and
integrity, the College expects you to know, understand, and comply with the Academic Integrity Policy,
DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
which prohibits academic dishonesty in any form, including, but not limited to, cheating and plagiarism.
Grades conferred by instructors are intended to be, and must be, accurate and true reflections of the
coursework actually produced and submitted by you. All cases of suspected violations of the Student Code
of Conduct, including academic dishonesty, are reported to the Judicial Affairs Office for resolution.
3.
4.
College Network Acceptable Use Policy: The purpose of this policy is to outline the acceptable use of the
network and resources provided by Daytona State College and to establish a culture of openness, trust, and
integrity. Please make yourself very aware of this policy by clicking these two
links: http://www.daytonastate.edu/recreg/files/student_handbook.pdf (College Network)
http://online.daytonastate.edu/docs/acceptable_use.pdf (Falcon Online)
Students with Disabilities: If you need academic accommodations, such as private testing, interpreters,
note takers, etc., you must give me a current letter from Disables Student Services (DSS) that verifies that
you need specific accommodations. Please make an appointment with me as soon as possible to discuss the
accommodations. See Daytona State Website for student disabilities for more information
http://www.daytonastate.edu/sds/ or see Student Handbook (page 36)
http://www.daytonastate.edu/recreg/files/student_handbook.pdf.
5. Writing and Communications:
All communications, including discussion postings, emails and written assignments are considered “business
communications.” Format, structure, organization, tone, clarity, spelling and punctuation all contribute to
effective communications and are expected in all student communications. Any communication not deemed an
appropriate business communication may be disregarded by the instructor or points may be taken off, at the sole
discretion of the instructor. Students are expected to thoroughly proofread all communications before submitting
them and encouraged to make use of the Daytona State College Writing Center.
6.
An incomplete grade will only be given if the following criteria are met:
1. A request in writing is submitted to the instructor prior to last three weeks of class,
2. All assignments, term paper, and quizzes were completed at that point in time,
3. The student has a grade C or higher at that point in time.
7. Withdrawal Process: Although it is not necessary to have approval from the instructor to withdraw from
the course, you should discuss the situation with the instructor. Many times the issue can be resolved with
communication. You should also check with the Financial Aid office to determine how this withdrawal
might affect your funding.
Additional
Course
Information,
Policies and
Expectations:
Quizzes and
Exams
Computer Skills/Usage
• Falcon Online and e-mail will be used to communicate with students and disseminate materials and
assignments throughout the course. So students should check Falcon Online and their e-mail at least
twice per day.
• When sending e-mail to the instructor, please begin the “Subject:” of the message with the following:
EET<space>3716<space>
- <space> means insert a space.
• Quizzes and exams must be turned on the due date.
• Students are encouraged to collaborate outside of class to discuss and debate course concepts.
However, all assignments and exams MUST be completed individually.
All exams and quizzes will be given online. Students will be given a time window during which the
exam can be taken. If students have problems submitting their exam for any reason (system is down,
etc.), they need to get in touch with the Falcon Online Helpdesk for the college at
http://online.daytonastate.edu/support.html.
Any other question about the exam should be directed to the instructor.
Excusal from
Course
Assignments
and Exams
Makeup
Assignments
and
Examinations
Course
Coordinator:
Fall 2019
Important
Academic Dates
and Deadlines
DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Excusal from an exam:
- Excusal of a student from an exam due to an emergency such as student illness, family illness or
death, etc. requires valid and provable documentation before the student is eligible for the makeup
exam. The documentation must be given to the instructor NO LESS THAN 24 HOURS BEFORE the
due date and NO MORE THAN 48 HOURS AFTER the due date.
- Notification must be given to the instructor NO LESS THAN 24 HOURS BEFORE the scheduled
exam for all other excuses such as conference/workshops, business trips, etc.
• Make-up labs and exams will only be permitted under extreme circumstances.
• Makeup labs and exams will be given towards the end of the semester, at a date announced by the
instructor. The makeup exams may be different and more challenging than those administered on the
original date.
DR. A. RAHROOH
OFFICE: 107N, Advanced Technology Center (ATC)
PHONE: (386) 506-4106
Fax:
(386) 506-4191
E-mail: [email protected]
Office Hours: Tuesdays
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wednesdays 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursdays
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM (by appointment only)
Classes Begin
August 21(W)
Add/Drop Deadline
Labor Day Holiday
Withdrawal Deadline
Thanksgiving Holidays
Classes End
August 23 (F)
September 2 (M)
October 30 (W)
November 28-29 (Thu-Fri)
December 11 (W)