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James Young

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Deondre Ullrich on Monday October 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ELEC 243 at Rice University taught by James Young in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 26 views. For similar materials see /class/224977/elec-243-rice-university in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at Rice University.

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Date Created: 10/19/15
Spring 2008 www0wlnetriceeduelec243 ELEC 243 Introduction to Electronics Prerequisite Knowledge amp Skills Learning Objectives The prerequisites for ELEC 243 are MATH 102 and PHYS 102 in particular an understanding of and ability to analyze basic RLC circuits in the dc and transient time domain This material is covered in Chapters 26 27 and 32 of the PHYS 102 text Physics for Scientists and Engineers Fisbane Gasiorowicz and Thornton and in Chapters 13 of the course text In particular you should be able to l 59 gt1 0 0 James F Young Solve a system of linear algebraic equations using if necessary matrix methods Cramer s Rule Differentiate and integrate simple expressions and functions Perform algebraic manipulations and combinations of complex numbers Use Euler s rule and transform complex numbers from Cartesian coordinate form to polar form and graph them in the complex plane See Appendix A of the text Define the primary electrical quantities along with their common units and symbols such as current voltage resistance inductance and capacitance Define the voltagecurrent VI characteristics of the passive ideal linear circuit elements resistors capacitors inductors and sources Identify the principal structures of electrical circuits such as nodes loops meshes and branches Use Ohm s Law to calculate dc currents and0r voltages in simple resistor circuits such as a voltage divider or a current divider Calculate the equivalent resistance capacitance 0r inductance of elements in series parallel or seriesparallel combinations Sketch the transient time behavior of the current or voltage in a simple RC 0r RL circuit and calculate the initial and final conditions Page 1


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