This course for non-electrical and electrical students provides a background in electrical principles, circuits, components and applications. Advanced topics include the following: direct current and voltage, resistance, ohms law, power energy and efficiency, series parallel and associated networks, oscilloscopes, capacitors, inductors, time constraints, sinusoidal AC, effective average peak values, phasers, complex numbers, series and parallel AC networks, AC theorems and maximum power transfer.
No corequisites or prerequisites
Terms Offered: Fall
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