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This course covers the electrical characteristics of fundamental circuit components including resistors, capacitors and inductors in DC circuits, single-phase AC and three-phase AC circuits. Fundamental concepts of AC power and phasors are examined. The course also introduces the devices that generate and transform electrical power, as well as switching and protection of electrical circuits. Practical applications of motors, generators, transformers and operational amplifiers will be covered to provide non-electrical engineering majors a comprehensive understanding of electro-mechanical systems.
- 15 weekly homework assignments
- 10 lab exercises
- 4 group discussions
- 3 semester tests
- 1 final exam
- syllabus quiz
- electricity and energy quiz
- VoiceThread introduction exercise
- Lab Safety quiz
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Hill, Sheila D. PE
"Electronic Circuits and Machines,"
KSU Distinguished Course Repository: Vol. 2:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/dcr/vol2/iss1/3