Oct 18, 2019  
2019-2020 Academic Catalogue 
    
2019-2020 Academic Catalogue

EE 223 - Electrical Circuit Analysis


Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 2
Credit Hours: 4

Electrical Circuit Analysis II, is the second course in a series designed to provide engineering majors the tools to analyze and design passive analog circuits. This course introduces capacitors and inductors, and develops the natural and forced responses of first and second-order circuits containing these elements. It introduces complex phasor notation in the context of sinusoidal steady-state analysis, and then further develops these concepts in the analysis of single and three-phase AC power. The laboratory portion of the course introduces the practical skills of designing, building, and debugging physical circuits in the context of relevant contemporary examples. It includes a major design 4-lab sequence in which cadets design and build a project of their choice. Prerequisite(s): MA 124 , C or better in EE 122 .