ELEC291 - 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: ELEC231, Network Theory I and MATH295, Engineering Calculus II.
At the end of this course, students should have proficiency in the following topics:
- Applications of complex algebra to AC circuits
- AC waveforms (Average, Peak and RMS values)
- Phasor and Impedance diagrams
- Application of Network Theorems (Nodal, Mesh, Superposition, Thevenin, and Norton) to AC circuits
- Low-Pass, High-Pass and Band-Pass filters
- Reactive, real and Apparent Power – Power factor Correction
- Transformers – applications of max power and impedance matching
- Three phase systems
- Introduction to Laplace Transform
- Applications of Laplace Transforms to AC circuits (Transfer Function)
(a) Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
(e) Ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.