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420.213 / Circuit Theory 1, Spring 2007
· Staff
Prof.: Yong-Kweon Kim
· Course Meeting Times
Lectures:
Two sessions / week
1.5 hours / session

Experiments:
One session / week
2 hours / session
· Level
Undergraduate
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 → Course Description
Course contents:
This course offers lecture and experiment classes for circuit theory which is the mainly important and basis of the electrical engineering.
(Lecture class)
-Introduction to basic circuit elements (e.g. voltage source, current source, resistor, inductor, capacitor) and lumped constant circuits
-Kirchhoff’s laws
-Analysis of linear circuit on the basis of linear section of OP-Amp
-The’venin and Norton Equivalent Circuits and Maximum Power Transfer
-Study of transient response, energy storage and emission in time domain through the analysis of RL, RC and RLC circuits
(Experiment class)
-Study of principals and handling methods of circuitry and measuring instruments (e.g. oscilloscope, power supply, digital multimeter, etc.)
-Design, measurement and analysis of linear circuits related to lectures
-Design and manufacture of practical circuit (term project in experiment class)

Objectives:
-Establish the ability of designing system, components and fabrication of the electrical circuits by the requirements
-Gain an apprehension of some applications of physical phenomena of basic circuitries and electric circuits, and obtain a creative capability for grasping and solving some engineering problems.
-Understand the principle of components of electric circuits; develop an engineering skill practicable to a novel experiment and system design.
-Strengthen the effective communication skills - i.e. logical expertise, oral presentation argumentation method, etc.
-Teamwork training by the experiment class and term project

Expectations:  
-Basic knowledge establishment of lumped constant circuit
-Understanding of basic circuit elements and linear circuit
-Comprehension of linear circuits and circuit analyses
-Understanding of principals and handling of practical circuit instruments
-Understanding of fundamental practical circuits by experiment course - i.e. design, manufacture and measurement

Assessment:
Midterms and Finals, Lecture (75%) and Experiment class (25 %)
Course Failure (Absence without leave over 7 times)

Prerequisite:
Engineering Mathematics I(Understanding of differential equations)
Seoul National University, San 56-1. Sillim-dong, Gwanak-gu.Seoul 151-742 Korea
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