EE202 Network Analysis
19982000 Catalog Data: EE202 Network Analysis. Credits 3. Continuation of EE201. Analysis and design of networks in sinusoidal steady state. Use of phasors and phasor diagrams, voltage and current gain, resonance, watts, VARS, power factor: Average and RMS values. Maximum power transfer. Mutual inductance, ideal transformers, Laplace Transform, Fourier series, use of SPICE in steady state analysis and design. Prerequisites: EE201, M118.
Instructor:
Jeffrey N. Denenberg 
Phone: (203) 2681021 
Fax: (509) 4712831 
Email: jeffrey.denenberg@ieee.org 
Web Site: doctord.webhop.net 
Office Hours: 
Textbook: J. D. Irwin & R. M. Nelms, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, Macmillan, Edition 8e, 2005,
ISBN: 0471487287.
Student
Companion Web Site Index to Lecture Materials Selected Answers
References: M.E. Herniter, Schematic
Capture with Microsim PSPICE, Prentice Hall, 3rd Ed., 1998.
Pspice Tutorial (PDF)  Part 1
Pspice Tutorial (PDF)  Part 2
Matlab Tutorial by Dr. B. Aliane OrCAD Lite (267Mbytes)
Course Objectives: The
objective of this course is to extend the basic knowledge gained in EE201
(Introduction to Electrical Circuits) to upper level network problems. This
course will develop the student skills in AC steady state, steadystate power
analysis, frequency response analysis, as well as advanced techniques such as
Course outcomes: At the completion of this course students should:
1 
Be able to use the knowledge of complex numbers and algebra to develop the concepts of phasors, complex impedances, and admittances for solution of networks in the sinusoidal steady state. 
2. 
Be able to apply knowledge of mathematics and engineering science to analyze electrical circuits involving sinusoidal steady state using phasors; basic problems in power systems including rms values, real and reactive power and power factor correction; resonant circuits and simple filters. 
3. 
Be able to apply the knowledge of 
4. 
Have an understanding of the Fourier series and their use in dealing with periodic signals. 
5. 
Be able to use simulation and programming packages such as PSPICE in the analysis and design of content areas including AC analysis and frequency responses. 
Prerequisites:
All of the topics covered in EE201 Basic Circuits I.
Tutorials on the
web:
Basic Analog Circuit Tutorial National Instruments, DC Circuits Tutorial  University of Guelph, Dept. of Physics, Circuits Tutorial McGrawHill (Thomas G. Cleaver), Fairly Complete and interactive, Inverse Matrix Tutorial Using determinants at www.easycalculation.com
Results to date
Results Final Grades
Schedule: Tuesdays,

Topic 
Text 
Homework 
Date 
1. 
Review: Kirchoffs Laws, TheveninNorton First Order Transient Circuits 
Ch. 3, Ch. 5 7.1 7.2 
Use Tutorials 
1/31/2006 
2. 
Second Order Transient Circuits, Pspice 
7.3 7.6 
75,80,85,90,95 
2/7/2006 
3. 
Review: Phasors, Steady State Power Analysis: average power, rms values and pf, complex power, power factor correction, single phase three wire circuits 
Ch. 8 Ch. 9 
Use Tutorials 
2/14/2006 
4. 
Magnetically Coupled Networks: Mutual Inductance, Energy Analysis, Ideal Transformer, 
Ch. 10 
5,11,15,18,25, 
2/21/2006 
5. 
Polyphase Circuits: Three phase circuits, power relationships, power factor correction 
Ch. 11 
2,9,13,16,23, 
2/28/2006 
6. 
Frequency Response Analysis: Sinusoidal frequency analysis, Simple filters 
12.1 12.2 
1,5,9,13,23,29, 
3/7/2006 

Spring Break 


3/14/2006 
7. 
Frequency Response Analysis: Resonant circuits, resonant frequency, bandwidth and quality factor. Frequency response curves, Review for Exam 
12.3 12.7 
39,44,49, 
3/21/2004 

Midterm Exam (Ch. 7, 9, 11, 12*) 


4/4/2004 
8. 
MidTerm
Exam Reprise, 
Ch. 13 
1,5,8, 

9. 
Application of the Laplace Transform to Circuits: Laplace circuit solutions, Analysis techniques, Transfer functions, PoleZero Plot/Bode plot connection, Steady State responses, 
Ch. 14 
1,6,11,16, 
5/2/2004 
10. 
Course Review Filter Approximation
Theory Schedule permitting 


5/9/2004 

Final
Exam (comprehensive) 
Tuesday 
4:00 6:30 
5/16/2004 
Computer Usage: Assignment of homework exercises to be completed using PSPICE. Computer programs for design problems (e.g. MatLab).
Grading
Policy:
Exam I 35%
Homework 15%
Final Exam 35%
Computer Projects 15%
Prepared by: Jeffrey N. Denenberg, January 2006