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1 COURSE OUTLINE 10. Fundamental of inductors and capacitors 1. Definitions of Basic Electrical quantities; systems of units; circuit components. 2. Ohm’s laws and Kirchhoff’s laws 3. Analysis of series, parallel, series-parallel circuits 4. Resistance bridge circuits 5. Biasing circuits using resistive elements; design problems 6. Voltage divider circuits; design problems 7. Analysis of resistive circuits with controlled sources 8. Circuit analysis techniques and network theorems 9
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  1 COURSE OUTLINE 10. Fundamental of inductors and capacitors1. Definitions of Basic Electrical quantities; systems of units; circuitcomponents. 2. Ohm’s laws and Kirchhoff’s laws  3. Analysis of series, parallel, series-parallel circuits4. Resistance bridge circuits5. Biasing circuits using resistive elements; design problems6. Voltage divider circuits; design problems7. Analysis of resistive circuits with controlled sources8. Circuit analysis techniques and network theorems9. Practical sources  2 15. Complete response of second order dynamic circuits with DCexcitation11. Forced response of RL and RC circuits with DC excitation 12. Natural response of RL and RC circuits with non- zero initial conditions 13. Complete response of RL and RC circuits14. Analysis of second order dynamic circuits COURSE OUTLINE  3 REFERENCES 5. Electric CircuitsNilsson and RiedelPearson Prentice Hall, 7 th Edition,2005 1. Fundamentals of Electric Circuits C.K. alexander & M.N.O. SadikuMcGraw Hill, 2 nd Edition, 2007 2. Introduction to Electric Circuits Dorf and Svoboda,John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 6 th  Edition 20063. Principles of Electric Circuits Thomas L. Floyd Prentice Hall, 7 th Edition 20064. Engineering Circuit analysisW. Hayt, Jr, et alMcGraw Hill, 7 th Edition 2007  4 t    0   2   time   v(t)   Vs   4   DC VoltageAC Voltage time   v(t)   Vp  
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