94L120Q Electric Circuits

(6 Credits, 96 Hours; Course Category: Specialty Basic Course; Specialty: Electrical Engineering and Automation; Prerequisite: Calculus, Geometry and Algebra, University Physics)
This course is designed to serve as the first core course in the undergraduate electrical engineering (EE) curriculum. It presents fundamentals, basic laws and theorems and calculating methods involving linear circuit analysis, lays theoretical foundation for further causes (eg. Signal and System, Electronic Technology) and represents a useful tool for analyzing and solving practical issues in electrical engineering.
It is divided into four parts. The first part is about DC circuits, covering the basic concepts, fundamental laws and methods of circuit analysis. The second part is about AC circuits, covering analysis of phasors, sinusoidal steady-state circuit, three-phase systems, and magnetically coupled circuits. The third part is dynamics of first- and second-order circuits, both in the time and frequency domains. The fourth part is about advanced circuit analysis. It introduces matrix form of circuit equation, two-port network and nonlinear circuits.
Besides, the course comes with relevant lab exercises.