## EL10A Course Outline

Course Outline:
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Lecture 1 - historical perspective - unification theory, conservation principle and
the SI system of measurement as it relates to electrical quantities
Lecture 2 - DC circuits - series and parallel circuits, resistance, voltage and current sources
Lecture 3 - Kirchoff's laws with worked examples
Lecture 4 - mesh current and node voltage analysis, planar circuits
Lecture 5 - Cramers rule, determinants and Gaussian elimination
Lecture 6 - Duality, Thevenin's and Norton's theorems and equivalent circuits
Lecture 7 - superposition and maximum power transfer theorem
Lecture 8 - storage components - capacitor and inductor
Lecture 9 - transient analysis of first order circuits
Lecture 10 - transient analysis of second order circuits
Lecture 11 - AC circuits - behaviour of passive components, impedance, admittance, resonance and power
Lecture 12 - class Test
Lecture 13 - natural and forced response, series and parallel RLC circuits
Lecture 14 - representation of sinusoids by phasor diagrams
Lecture 15 - representation of sinusoids using complex numbers
Lecture 16 - impedance, admittance, resonance and power using phasor diagrams or complex numbers
Lecture 17 - AC steady state analysis
Lecture 18 - mutual inductance, transformers
Lecture 19 - steady state power analysis and polyphase circuits
Lecture 20 - frequency domain analysis, bode plots
Lecture 21 - operational amplifiers
Lecture 22 - class Test
Lecture 23 - op-amps - integrator and differentiator circuits
Lecture 24 - op-amps - adder and subtractor circuits
Lecture 25 - op-amps - multivibrator and waveform generator circuits
Lecture 26 - power op-amps & revision

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