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UT Dallas Syllabus for te3301.001.09f taught by Tanay Bhatt (tmb018000)

UT Dallas Syllabus for te3301.001.09f taught by Tanay Bhatt (tmb018000)

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UT Dallas syllabus for te3301.001.09f Electrical Network Analysis taught by Tanay Bhatt
UT Dallas syllabus for te3301.001.09f Electrical Network Analysis taught by Tanay Bhatt

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Course Syllabus
Page 1
EE/CE/TE 3301 - 001 Syllabus
Course Information
Course Number/Section
EE/CE/TE 3301/001
Course Title
Electrical Network Analysis
Term
Fall Semester 2009
Days & Times
Monday, Wednesday 12:30 PM \u2013 1:45 PM in ECSN 2.110
Professor Contact Information
Professor
Dr. Tanay Bhatt
Office Phone
972-883-6755 \u2013 Department Phone \u2013 Leave a message
Other Phone
N/A
Email Address
tbhatt@utdallas.edu
Office Location
N/A
Office Hours
M/W, 1:45 PM \u2013 2:30 PM or by appointment
Course Pre-requisites, Co-requisites, and/or Other Restrictions
Pre-requisite: PHYS 2326, MATH 2420
Co-requisite: EE/TE 3101
Course Description

EE 3301 Electrical Network Analysis (3 semester hours) Analysis and design of RC, RL, and
RLC electrical networks. Sinusoidal steady state analysis of passive networks using phasor
representation; mesh and nodal analyses. Introduction to the concept of impulse response and
frequency analysis using the Laplace transform.

Student Learning Objectives/Outcomes
1.
Ability to analyze circuits using Kirchoff's laws.
2.
Ability to analyze series and parallel resistive circuits.
3.
Ability to analyze circuits using the node-voltage method.
4.
Ability to analyze circuits using the mesh-current method.
5.
Ability to transform circuits using Thevenin and Norton equivalents.
6.
Ability to analyze RL, RC and RLC circuits - step and natural response.
7.
Ability to analyze sinusoidal steady state circuits involving R, L, and C.
8.
Ability to apply the Laplace transform in circuit analysis.
9.
Ability to identify and use transfer functions in circuit analysis.
10.
Ability to design and analyze frequency selective circuits (low-pass, high-pass filters).
Required Textbooks and Materials
Required Texts
Electric Circuits, 8th Edition, by Nilsson and Riedel, Prentice Hall
Suggested Course Materials
Suggested Materials
Introduction to Pspice Manual for Electric Circuits using OrCad Release 9.1, 4th Edition,
by Nilsson and Riedel, Prentice Hall or later version.
Course Syllabus
Page 2
Assignments & Academic Calendar
Topics, Reading Assignments, Due Dates, Exam Dates
Chapter
Section
Date
Topic
2
1-3
8/24/2009Circuit Elements: Voltage and Current, Electrical Resistance,
Construction of model circuit
2
4-5
8/26/2009 Circuit Elements: Kirchoff\u2019s Laws, Analysis of Circuits
Containing a Dependent Source
3
1-4

8/31/2009Simple Resistive Circuits: Resistors in Series, Resistors in Parallel, The Voltage-Divider Circuit, The Current-Divider Circuit

3
5-6
9/2/2009
Simple Resistive Circuits: The Current-Divider Circuit (cont.),
Measuring Voltage and Current, The Wheatstone Bridge
9/7/2009
Labor Day, No Class
4
1-4
9/9/2009
Techniques of Circuit Analysis: Introduction to the Node-
Voltage Method, The Node-Voltage Method and Dependent
Sources, The Node-Voltage Method: Some Special Cases
4
5-8

9/14/2009 Introduction to the Mesh-Current Method, The Mesh-Current
Method and Dependent Sources, The Mesh-Current Method: ome
Special Cases, The Node-Voltage Method versus the Mesh-
Current method.

4
9-13
9/16/2009 Source Transformations, Thevenin and Norton Equivalents,
Maximum Power Transfer, Superposition
9/21/2009 Review and Problem Solving Session
9/23/2009 Exam 1
5
1-6

9/28/2009Operational Amplifiers: Operational Amplifier Concepts, The Inverting-Amplifier Circuit, The Noninverting Amplifier Circuit The Difference Amplifier

6
1-4

9/30/2009Inductance, Capacitance, and Mutual Inductance: The Inductor, The Capacitor, Series-Parallel Combinations of Inductance and Capacitance, Mutual Inductance

7
1-2

10/5/2009Response of First-Order RL and RC Circuits: The Natural
Response of an RL Circuit, The Natural Response of an RC
Circuit

7
3-4
10/7/2009 The Step Response of RL and RC Circuits, A General Solution
for Step and natural Response
8
1-2
10/12/2009Natural Response of RLC Circuits: The Natural Response of a
Parallel RLC Circuit
8
3-4

10/14/2009 Natural and Step Response of RLC Circuits: The Natural
Response of a Series RLC Circuit, The Step Response of a Series
RLC Circuit; Review and Problem Solving Session

10/19/2009 Review and Problem Solving Session
10/21/2009 Exam 2
9
1-5

10/26/2009Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis: The Sinusoidal Source, The
Sinusoidal Response, The Phasor, The Passive Circuit Elements
in the Frequency Domain, Kirchoff\u2019s Laws in the Frequency
Domain.

9
6-11
10/28/2009 Series and Parallel Simplifications, Source Transformations and
Thevenin-Norton Equivalent, The Node-Voltage Method, The
Course Syllabus
Page 3
Mesh-Current Method, Phasor Diagrams, Transformers
equivalent
10
1-2
11/2/2009Sinusoidal Steady-State Power Calculations: Instantaneous
Power, Average and Reactive Power
10
3-4
11/4/2009
Sinusoidal Steady-State Power Calculations: The RMS Value and
Power Calculations, Complex Power
11/9/2009 Review and Problem Solving Session
11/11/2009 Exam 3
13
1-4

11/16/2009The Laplace Transform in Circuit Analysis: A Review of the
Laplace Transform, Circuit Elements in the s Domain, Circuit
Analysis in the s Domain, Applications

13
5-8

11/18/2009 The Transfer Function, The Transfer Function in Partial Fraction
Expansions, the Convolution Integral, Steady-State Response,
The Impulse Function in Circuit Analysis

14
1-3
11/23/2009 Introduction to Frequency Selective Circuits: Low-Pass Filters,
High-Pass Filters
14
4-5
11/25/2009 Introduction to Frequency Selective Circuits: Band Pass Filters,
Band reject Filters
11/26/2009 Thanksgiving Holiday November 26-27, No Effect on
Schedule
11/30/2009 Extra day to make-up
12/2/2009 Review and Problem Solving Session
12/7/2009 Exam 4
Grading Policy
Homework
15%
Exams
80%
Attendance
5%
There will be 4 exams given during the semester. No make-up exams will be given.

Homework assignments will be collected, graded, and discussed in class (as time permits).
Homework will be collected at the beginning of the class period when it is due. Homework that
is not reasonably neat and readable, or not bound, will be marked down.Late Homework will

not be accepted.Homework will be due about one week after it is assigned. IT may not be
returned to you until a week after it is due, which means you may not have it back for a problem-
solving session, or to use in studying for an exam.If you want to have it available at these
times, you will have to make a photocopy of it before you turn it in.
Grades will be assigned as follows:
90% - 100%
A
80% - 89%
B
70% - 79%
C
60 - 69%
D
Below 60%
F
Course Policies
Class Attendance
5 % of your grades depend on attendance. Attendance sheets or roll call will be taken during the
class period. Being absent or leaving without notice does not count as positive attendance.
Classroom Citizenship
Professional at all times.

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