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EE2015: Electrical Circuits and Networks

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Instructors: Nagendra Krishnapura

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  1. 2017-07-31: Introduction
  2. 2017-08-01 (pdf): Current and Voltage; Lumped approximation
  3. 2017-08-04 (pdf): Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws; Power; Passive sign convention; Resistor and capacitor
  4. 2017-08-07 (pdf): Inductor; Independent current and voltage sources; I-V characteristics; Linearity; Mutual inductor and dot convention
  5. 2017-08-08 (pdf): Controlled sources; Energy and power; Passivity; Series and parallel connections
  6. 2017-08-09 (pdf): Constraint on mutual inductance; Short and open circuits; Nodal analysis
  7. 2017-08-11 (pdf): Nodal analysis of circuits with current sources and resistors; Voltage controlled current source; Handling voltage sources
  8. 2017-08-14 (pdf): Nodal analysis with voltage sources; Superposition; Link analysis
  9. 2017-08-16 (pdf): Loop analysis; Mesh analysis
  10. 2017-08-18 (pdf): Modified nodal analysis
  11. 2017-08-21 (pdf): Modified nodal analysis; Superposition theorem
  12. 2017-08-22 (pdf): Splitting a current source; Pushing a voltage source through a node; Substitution theorem; Thevenin's theorem; Norton's theorem
  13. 2017-08-28 (pdf): Thevenin's and Norton's theorem examples; Maximum power transfer theorem
  14. 2017-08-29 (pdf): Maximum power transfer theorem; Available and reflected power; Reflection coefficient; Two port networks and parameters
  15. 2017-08-30 (pdf): Example calculation with two-port parameters; y, z, h, g parameters; Equivalent circuit representation
  16. 2017-09-01 (pdf): Two-port parameters; Equivalent circuit representation; Unilateral two-ports
  17. 2017-09-04 (pdf): Two-port parameters of a resistive network; Reciprocity
  18. 2017-09-05 (pdf): Reciprocity; Two-port parameters of controlled sources
  19. 2017-09-08 (pdf): Two-port parameters and circuit representations of resistive two-ports
  20. 2017-09-11 (pdf): pi/T network representation of resistive two ports; Star-delta transformation; Compensation theorem
  21. 2017-09-12 (pdf): Exploiting symmetry in circuit analysis
  22. 2017-09-15 (pdf): Circuits with memory elements(L, C)
  23. 2017-09-18 (pdf): RC(first order) circuits with constant inputs; Steady-state/Forced response and Transient/Natural response; Zero-state and zero-input response; Natural modes;
  24. 2017-09-19 (pdf): First order circuit with piecewise constant inputs; Identifying the time constant, steady state solution, and the complete solution
  25. 2017-09-20 (pdf): Circuits with voltage-source/capacitor loops; Impulse currents; Discontinuity in capacitor voltage with step inputs
  26. 2017-09-22 (pdf): First order circuits with exp(st) as inputs; Forced response
  27. 2017-09-25 (pdf): First order circuits with exp(st) as inputs; First order circuits with sinusoidal inputs
  28. 2017-09-26 (pdf): First order circuits with sinusoidal inputs; Response to cos(wt) as the real part of the response to exp(jwt); Computing the natural response
  29. 2017-09-27 (pdf): Response to exp(jwt); Transfer function; Capacitors and inductors in sinusoidal steady state
  30. 2017-09-28 (pdf): Response to exp(jwt); Ohms law for inductors and capacitors; Phasor analysis for determining sinusoidal steady state solution
  31. 2017-10-03 (pdf): Analysis using phasors
  32. 2017-10-04 (pdf): Magnitude and phase plots
  33. 2017-10-06 (pdf): Phasor diagrams
  34. 2017-10-09 (pdf): Second order systems
  35. 2017-10-10 (pdf): Second order systems: Natural response; Natural frequency and damping factor; Series and parallel RLC networks
  36. 2017-10-13 (pdf): Forced response of second order systems
  37. 2017-10-16 (pdf): Second order system transfer functions
  38. 2017-10-17 (pdf): Complex power, power factor
  39. 2017-10-20: Power factor correction; Complex conjugate matching (Refer to this lecture)
  40. 2017-10-24 (pdf): Quality factor in terms of energy; Phasor representation of a mutual inductor; Ideal transformer
  41. 2017-10-25 (pdf): Ideal transformer; Impedance, voltage, and current transformation; Turns ratio; Using a transformer for impedance matching
  42. 2017-10-25 (pdf): Three phase power transmission; Delta and star loads; Balanced and unbalanced loads; Three and four wire systems
  43. 2017-11-03 (pdf): Wattmeter and power measurement; Using Fourier transforms for determining the output to arbitrary inputs
  44. 2017-11-06 (pdf): Fourier transform; Analysis of a linear circuit using the Fourier transform
  45. 2017-11-06 (pdf): Fourier transform; Analysis of a linear circuit using the Fourier transform; Laplace transform; Transfer functions
  46. 2017-11-07 (pdf): Laplace transform; Impulse response; Poles and zeros
  47. 2017-11-08 (pdf): Accommodating initial conditions; Two port parameters in the Laplace domain
  48. 2017-11-10 (pdf): Bode plots