### ES 332: Electrical Engineering

Instructor: Kevin Wedeward, office: Workman 221, phone: 835-5708, e-mail: wedeward@ee.nmt.edu, web-page: www.ee.nmt.edu/~wedeward/

Class Time/Place: MWF from 11:00AM-11:50AM in Weir 102

Office Hours: MWF 09:00AM-11:00AM

Help Sessions: TWR from 06:00PM-08:00PM in Workman 116

Textbook:

References (other textbooks commonly used):

Prerequisites: PHYS 122 and MATH 335

Description: ES 332 (Electrical Engineering) provides fundamental topics of electrical engineering to non-majors. Topics include circuits (DC and AC analysis, operational amplifiers and power) and digital systems (binary numbers, logic and information processing). The course will cover material taken from chapters 1-5, 11-15 of the text.

• Homework: 15%
• In general, assigned every other class period.
• Collaboration is encouraged, but the work turned in must be your own.
• Neatly show all work for full credit; write on only one side of paper; staple multiple pages together.
• Due at beginning of class; accepted up to one day late for a 20% reduction in score.
• Three Exams: 60%
• Final Exam: 25%

• Chapter 1 (08/25/2010)
• Chapter 2 (09/03/2010)
• Sections 2.1-2.3, 3.1-3.2, 4.1-4.3, 5.5-5.7 (09/17/2010)
• Sections 3.3-3.6 (10/01/2010)
• Sections 4.4-4.7 (10/13/2010)
• Section 2.4 (11/10/2010)
• Chapter 11 and section 13.4 (11/19/2010)

Homework Assignments:

1. Homework 1 (HW1) due at beginning of class on M 08/30/2010: Problems 1.9, 1.12. Scan of problems.
2. HW2 due F 09/03/2010: Problems 1.27a, b; 1.28a (also find power absorbed by all elements); 1.29a (also find power absorbed by all elements). Scan of problems.
3. HW3 due W 09/08/2010: find equivalent resistance connected to source in figures P1.19 and P1.30; problems 1.43c, 1.48a. Scan of problems.
4. HW4 due W 09/15/2010: use nodal analysis to solve problems 1.43c, 2.9, 2.61d, 2.62d. Scan of problems.
5. HW5 due M 09/20/2010: use mesh analysis to solve problems 2.22, 2.60c, 2.61d, 2.62d. Scan of problems.
6. HW6 due F 10/01/2010: Handout
7. HW7 due F 10/08/2010: Find and sketch v, i using approaches from class, i.e., no need to find differential equations, for problems 3.32, 3.33, 3.34, 3.35. Scan of problems.
8. HW8 due W 10/13/2010: Problems 3.53, 3.60, 3.76. Scan of problems.
9. HW9 due M 10/18/2010: Problems 4.1b, d; 4.2b, c; 4.3b; 4.4b; 4.5b. Scan of problems.
10. HW10 due M 10/25/2010: Problems 4.8 (no phasor diagram), 4.12, 4.13a. Scan of problems.
11. HW11 due W 11/03/2010: Problems 4.17 (don't use Thevenin equivalent to solve) plus find complex, average and reactive powers absorbed by each element, and check that they are conserved; 4.28a plus find complex, average and reactive power absorbed by each element, and check that they are conserved. Scan of problems.
12. HW12 due M 11/08/2010: Find effective value and effective phasor representation of v(t)=340cos(377t-pi/10); Problems 4.41a,b; 4.42, 4.43a. Scan of problems.
13. HW13 due F 11/12/2010: Problems 4.43, 4.44, 4.48. Scan of problems.
14. HW14 due F 11/19/2010: Problems 2.28, 2.29, 3.49, 4.21. Scan of problems.
15. HW15 due W 12/01/2010: Problems 11.1 (also show dec and hex values); 11.2a,b; 11.3a,b; 13.29 (include circuit, I/O table, and resolution); 13.31 (include circuit, I/O table, and resolution). Scan of problems.
16. HW16 due W 12/08/2010: Handout. Scan of problems.