ELEC2750 - Network Theory II

In this continuation of Network Theory I, the concept of complex impedance and admittance is included. Circuits are analyzed using network theorems. Magnetic circuits, transformer concepts and AC power are studied in addition to three-phase balanced circuits. The Laplace Transform analysis and its application to circuit analysis are also studied. Prerequisites: ELEC2250, Network Theory I and MATH1850, Engineering Calculus II.

Course Objective

At the end of this course, students should have proficiency in the following topics:

  1. Apply basic laws, methods of analysis, and circuit theorems to AC circuit analysis using phasors.
  2. Determine the frequency response (Bode plot) of an electrical circuit, and identify the filter configurations.
  3. Apply the Laplace transform to circuit analysis, and derive transfer functions.
  4. Determine real, reactive and apparent power, and perform power factor corrections.
  5. Analyze basic magnetic circuits, including transformers.
  6. Construct and test basic AC circuits, using common test equipment.
  7. Analyze AC circuits using circuit simulation software.                                                                                                                                                                                                 Updated Fall 2017

Student Outcomes

(6) An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.

 

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