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# ES 201 - Electrical Networks II

Credit Hours: 4

Topics include sinusoids and phasors; sinusoidal steady-state analysis of ac circuits; complex power; three-phase systems; Laplace transforms and applications to circuit analysis. Course also includes a circuit design and analysis simulation project utilizing software tools.

Course Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course, the student should be able to:

• apply phasors to circuit elements;
• apply the concepts of impedance, admittance and phasors to circuit analysis; and
• apply Kirchoff’s Law in the frequency domain.
• conduct a sinusoidal steady-state analysis of circuits;
• apply Nodal and Mesh Analysis, Superposition Theorem and Source transformations; and
• analyze Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits.
• perform AC Power Analysis;
• determine instantaneous, average, maximum power transfer; and
• understand and utilize complex power and power factor.
• analyze Three-Phase Circuits;
• analyze balanced three-phase voltages;
• analyze delta-delta and wye-wye and wye-delta connections; and
• analyze unbalanced three-phase systems.
• analyze Magnetically Coupled Circuits;
• apply mutual inductance and energy transfer in coupled circuits; and
• demonstrate an understanding of linear, ideal and three-phase transformers.
• analyze the frequency response of circuits; and
• determine transfer functions; and
• analyze passive and active filters using transfer functions and Bode plots.
• apply Laplace Transforms to analyze circuit response.
• apply the properties of Laplace transforms and inverse Laplace transforms to circuit analysis; and
• apply Laplace transforms to Integrodifferential equations.

Prerequisites: ES 200, MT 283, MT 284
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