ENGR 3254 with "D" or better
Co-requisite(s): MATH 4114
This calculus-based circuit course follows the generic Systems Dynamics course with in-depth coverage of techniques for the analysis of linear electric circuits. Simplification and formal procedures for resistive circuits containing independent and dependent sources. Time-domain and frequency domain analysis of first and second order circuits containing energy storage elements. AC steady state, power and three phase circuits. Magnetic coupling and transformers. Passive and active filters. Laplace transform, state variable and computer aided analysis and testing. Three lectures and one laboratory per week.