ET-312 Mathematics for Circuit Analysis
Title: Mathematics for Circuit Analysis
Description:
The foundations for the analysis of electrical and electronic circuits are covered in this course. Topics include the analysis of direct current (DC), alternating current (AC), transformer, capacitor, inductor, and energy conversion circuits.
Student Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- solve mathematical and algebraic problems as applied to electronic circuits.
- apply Ohm's, Watt's, and Kirchhoff's laws to determine and analyze circuit operating characteristics.
- analyze and organize data into graphs and perform simple transformations.
- demonstrate the operation of a scientific calculator for solving math, word, and circuit problems.
- evaluate the operating parameters of voltage and current divider circuits.
- analyze and interpret the mathematical relationships between voltage, current, resistance, capacitance, inductance, reactance, frequency and phase angle as they relate to AC circuits.
- calculate voltage, current, power, turns, and impedance ratios for transformers.
- evaluate resistor-inductor (RL) and resistor-inductor (RC) circuits and time constants.
Instructor: |
Gary George |
Email: |
georgeg@arc.losrios.edu |
Phone: |
(916) 484-8192 |
Office Location: |
Tech Ed #17 |
Office Hours: |
MTuWTh: 4:45 pm - 6:00 pm |