
Course Info
EE 202  Circuit Theory II
Course Content
This is the 2^{nd} and final course in the chain of Circuit Theory courses. The course is accompanied with a separate laboratory course (EE214).
The course starts with the discussion of coupled inductors. The dotconvention, power/energy relations are introduced and the passivity condition is given.
In the next part of the course, the timedomain description of N’th order circuits is studied. The main goal is the introduction of the state equation formalism for this purpose. (Other analysis methods such as node/mesh and modified node analysis methods are also given.) The solution of N’th order constant coefficient differential equations is studied and zeroinput and zerostate solutions are developed. Particular solutions for the exponential inputs are studied. The Laplace transformation based solution are studied.
The next topic is the AC analysis. After the introduction of phasors, the phasor domain analysis of LTI dynamic circuits is given. The average power, reactive power and complex power definitions are given. Singlephase power factor compensation problems are studied. AC analysis topic is continued with the analysis of balanced 3phase systems. 3phase power calculations are emphasized.
In the last part of the course, Laplace domain (sdomain) circuit analysis is studied. The network functions are introduced. The zerostate responses are studied. The frequency response for 1^{st} and 2^{nd} order circuits are studied. The 2^{nd} order resonance circuit is examined. The approximate magnitude and phase response plots (Bode plots) are studied.
This course builds a foundation to many courses in system theory, circuit design and power systems.
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