EE240 Circuits 1Fall 2018
Department of Electrical Engineering

Assignment  Due Date  Solutions 
Assignment 01  Sept. 25  Solutions 
Assignment 02  Oct. 16  Solutions 
Assignment 03  Nov. 01  Solutions 
Assignment 04  Nov. 22  Solutions 
Assignment 05  Dec. 06  Solutions 
Quiz  Section 1  Solutions  Section 2  Solutions 
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Lecture 07
Controlled Sources
Kirchhof's Current and Voltage Laws
Single Node Pair, Single Loop Circuits
Lecture 08
Kirchhof's Current Law (KCL) for Nodal Analysis (multiple nodes)
Formulation of network equations using KCL
Matrix Formulation
Examples
Lecture 09
Kirchhof's Voltage Law (KVL) fo Loop Analysis (multiple loops)
Formulation of network equations using KVL
Matrix Formulation
Inclass review examples
Lecture 10
Network Equations for mutually coupled circuits
Network Topology and relationship with Nodal and Loop Analysis
Lecture 11
Equivalent Networks Concept
Source Transformation
Moving Sources
Lecture 12
Superposition Principle
Duality in Circuits
Lecture 13
Duality (Examples)
Nodal and Loop Analysis for Resistive Circuits (Examples)
Lecture 14
Super Loop and Super Node Concept
Lecture 15 and 16
Thevenin's Theorem
Norton's Theorem
Examples
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
Lecture 17 and 18
First Order Circuits
Solution of first order differential equation
Series RL circuit example
Past Midexam review (posted above)
Lecture 19 and 20
MidExam
Series RC Circuit
Solving First Order Complicated Circuit
Lecture 21 and 22
Problems on First Order Circuits (Chapter 4 end)
Initial Conditions
Lecture 23 and 24
Problems on Initial Conditions (Chapter 5)
Second Order Circuits  Solution of Homogeneous Differential Equation
Lecture 25 and 26
Solution of Homogeneous 2nd order Differential Equation  Standard form formulation
Series, Parallel RLC Circuit
Lecture 27 and 28
Higher order differential equations, time varying forcing function
Problems