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## Fund Electric Circuits

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# Fund Electric Circuits ECE 2260

Shyanne Lubowitz
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N. Cotter

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EEE 2260 UNIT 2 U N Cotter U iYJETPRSIEITY To ass the unit exam ou must be able to do the followin usin books and notes P y g g COWGEPTUAL M Learning Objective Reading Fl gi i RL FILTERS 21 Calculate transfer functions cutoff frequencies Chap 13 Examp1e1 1121111 and outputs for passive low pass and high Sec 134 EX W pass RC and RL filters Qualitatively sketch 137 p mm 6 frequency responses of these filters Chap 14 Sec 141 143 FIEESIEETERS 22 For RLC passive bandpass and bandreject Chap 14 Frequency response filters calculate the transfer function the Sec 144 resonant frequency the cutoff frequencies the 145 CEXAMPLE 3 I 112 bandwidth and the quality factor Qualitativer L resonance EXAMPLEI PDF sketch frequency responses of these lters and Qualltatlve response I pd expla1n hOW R L and C affect the frequency EXAMPLE1 I PDF EXAMPLE 2 iPDF response EXAMPLE 3 PDF EXAMPLE 4 I PDF EXAMPLE 5 PDF F Eggfi sgigss 23 Find numerical values for the coefficients of Chap 16 Examme 1 121111 the Fourier series of a given periodic function Sec 161 mm You may use integral tables 162 Example 3 F ggllfIlgIEETESRIES 24 Determine Whether a given function is odd Chap 16 Examme 1 even or neither and Whether its Fourier Sec 163 W LIE coefficients Will contain only sine terms or p mm e m only cosine terms or both Determine Whether a given periodic function possesses half wave symmetry and Whether its Fourier series contains odd harmonics even harmonics or both Determine Whether a given periodic function possesses quarter wave symmetry and What effect this has on its Fourier coefficients 112511 Egg ENgE 25 Calculate voltages and currents in circuits Chap 16 Examme 112113 excited by nonsinusoidal periodic sources Sec 165 FgnggEERR SERIES 26 Calculate ave power in terms of Fourier series Chap 16 Example I Q sec 16396 00 using p 0Ca1212ab13 k1 gtlt the University of Utah 21 The material in this handout is based extensively on concepts developed by C H Durney Professor Emeritus of EEE 2260 UNIT 4 N Cotter STUDY GUIDE iiEETPf TY To pass the unit exam you must be able to do the following using books and notes COWGEPTUAL M Learning Objective Reading POWER ELECTRONICS 41 Solve for phase and line voltages and currents Chap 11 3 PHASE SYSTEMS Example 1 pd 1n balanced three phase Circuits 1nclud1ng Y Y Sec 111 Example 2 g Y A A Y and A A 1 14 Pg gggvg JIECTRONICS 42 For the sinusoidal steady state case find the Chap 10 Tutorial instantaneous average and reactive power Sec 101 Pt P Q delivered or absorbed by sources or circuit 102 EXAMPLEl PDF EXAMPLEZ PDF elements Find the power factor for spec1f1ed EXAMPLE3 PDF cases POWER ELECTRONICS 43 Find the effective rms value of a given Chap 9 AC POWER RMS r00tmeansquare periodic functlon Sec 91 EXAMPLEl PDE Chap 10 EXAMPLE 2 PDF Sec 103 Chap 16 Sec 167 Pg gggvg JIECTRONICS 44 Calculate compleX power for specified circuits Chap 10 Complex power and eXplain its meaning Sec 104 EXAMPLE PDF 105 POWER ELECTRONICS 45 Calculate compleX power and power in Chap 11 3 PHASE SYSTEMS Power balanced three phase c1rcu1ts Sec 115 EXAMPLEgan TRANSFORMERS 46 Calculate voltages currents power and Chap 6 LINEAR TRANSFORMERS Example Edi 1mpedances 1n c1rcu1ts conta1n1ng linear Sec 64 transformers 65 Chap 9 Sec 910 TRANSFORMERS 47 Calculate voltages currents power and Chap 9 IDEAL TRANSFORMERS Example 1 pd 1mpedances 1n c1rcu1ts conta1n1ng 1deal Sec 911 w transformers gtlt the University of Utah 41 The material in this handout is based extensively on concepts developed by C H Durney Professor Emeritus of EEE 2260 UNIT 3 N Cotter STUDY GUIDE ii f To pass the unit exam you must be able to do the following using books and notes COWGEPTUAL M Learning Objective Reading ngg gNgTRgISSSFORM 31 Use step functions to express functions of Chap 12 Example pd limited duration Sec 121 122 L rgi ggOg gifRFSORRI 32 Find the Laplace transform of the functions of Chap 12 Examgle 2219 39 time commonly used in circuit theory Sec 124 L TIEEIEERANSFORM 33 Apply the operational transform identities Chap 12 Example 391 Edi commonly used in circuit theory including Sec 125 MEXMH F differentiation integration translation in the 126 12 mm 6 time doma1n translation 1n the frequency domain and scale changing L IIJ I SET FS M 34 Find inverse Laplace transforms of rational Chap 12 Partial fractions functions of 5 including those With complex Sec 127 w and repeated roots EXAMPLE 2 PDF Lgig ng EASFORM 35 Plot the poles and zeros of a rational function Chap 12 Example 1 l w of s in the 5 plane Sec 128 Exam le 2 LAPLACE TRANSFORM 36 Apply the initial and final value theorems Chap 12 IN ITLAL FINAL VALUE THMs Example pd Sec 129 LR amp STRANSFORM 37 Transform circuits including initial Chap 13 Sd0main Circuit elements conditions to the s domain Sec 131 EXAMPLE PDF L ll a gsTRANSFORRI 38 Apply Kirchhoff39s laws and techniques used Chap 13 Sd0main solutions for resistive circuits to circuits in the 5 domain Sec 132 mm including impedance relationships super position and source transformations Lglgaigs TRANSFORM 39 Obtain expressions for specified voltages and Chap 13 Fdomain waveforms currents in circuits in the 5 domain and Sec 133 mm transform them to the time domain IMSEUFEJISIRHSIEIJNCTION 51 310 Analyze and design circuits that include Chap 12 IMPULSE IDENTITY CONVOLVE impulse functions Sec 123 LAPLACE TRANSFORM Chap 13 CIRCUITS Sec 13 8 Impulse function 39 EXAMPLE PDF 311 Make consistency checks in 5 domain gtlt the University of Utah 31 The material in this handout is based extensively on concepts developed by C H Durney Professor Emeritus of EEE 2260 UNIT 1 I39J N Cotter UNIYJETPRSPIITY To pass the unit exam you must be able to do the following using books and notes M Learning Objective Reading RLC CIRCUITS 11 Find the roots of the characteristic equation Chap 8 RLC CHAR ROOTSDAMPING series that describes any voltage or current in any Sec 81 82 Parallel series or parallel RLC circuit Determine 0 d d t U ir gnr gecf ois Whether the response of a ser1es or parallel Critically damped TOOtS RLC circuit is underdamped critically damped Example 11g 2 or overdamped RLC CIRCUITS 12 Evaluate the initial conditions of series and Chap 8 RLC GENERAL SOLUTION Initial conditions parallel RLC c1rcu1ts Sec 8384 RLC CIRCUITS 13 Evaluate the arbitrary constants in the solution Chap 8 GENERAL RLC SOLUTION Initial conditions for any voltage or current 1n an RLC c1rcu1t Sec 83 84 Dam ing over under critical so 39n forms Example 1 1amp2 Example 2 1amp2 Example 3 1amp2 Exam le 4 Example 5 1amp2 SUPERPOSITION CIRCUITS Step Natural response EXAMPLE 1PDF2 STATE39SPACE METHOD 14 Find and evaluate the state vector x at t 2 0 CIRCUITS Initial conditions for a c1rcu1t With an arbitrary number of R39s EXAMPLEl I PDF2 L39s and C39s that is evaluate the initial EXAMPLE 2 PDF conditions of the state variables STATESI ACE METHOD 15 Write the first order coupled differential CIRCUITS Statgspace variables equations for c1rcu1ts 1n the form dxdt fx t EquaUOHS Where x 1s the state vector and t 1s t1me EXAMPLEl PDF EXAMPLE 2 I PDF Matlab TUTORIAL 1PDF2 The material in this handout is based extensively on concepts developed by C H Durney Professor Emeritus of the University of Utah 11

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