ELT 110 - Principles of Electricity4 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
Electrical circuit concepts including both direct and alternating current. Concepts studied include current, voltage, resistance, and energy; Kirchhoff’s Laws; series parallel network analysis; Delta wye; Thevenin, Norton, superposition and maximum power transfer theorems; circuit analysis using branch and loop current methods; time varying signals; average and rms values; energy storage elements; switching transients and voltage current relationships; complex numbers, phasors, and impedance.
Usually offered Spring semester
Concurrent Requirement: Pre-requisite that can be met concurrently: MAT 111 or equivalent
Co-Requisites: ELT 110L
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