Catalogue 2020 - 2021

EE 206 Electrical Engineering II

Credits

4 cr.

Prerequisite

EE 205/HONE 205, and pre- or corequisite MATH 236

Course Description

This course builds on the knowledge gained and analytical skills developed in EE 205. Students learn to analyze circuits in steady state with alternating voltages and currents including determining frequency responses of circuits and analyzing resonant circuits. Students learn to model transformers and include them in steady state analysis of AC circuits. Additionally students study three phase power systems and active filter designs. Students use computer simulation as a tool for both transient and AC steady state analysis and use electrical test equipment to verify the theory learned. The methods of assessing student learning in this course are homework assignments, quizzes, exams, laboratory experiments, with reports a design project and final exam. Three class hours, three lab/tutorial hours.

Distribution

MR

Fee