Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

*Norm Bartley, Anis Haque, Pouyan (Yani) Jazayeri*

*Winter Session, 2021*

Below is the proposed lecture schedule for the course.
We will attempt to cover all
of the topics listed here; however, the amount of time given to each
is our best estimate, and may change slightly as the course progresses.
The table refers to the custom ENGG 225 course textbook for 2018,
based on *Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications*, Seventh Ed.,
by Allan R. Hambley,
Pearson Education, 2018.

The textbook sections given in the table are all of the form **M**.**N**,
where **M** refers to the chapter number listed in the Table of Contents
on the second page of the customized textbook, and **N** refers to
the major section numbers within each chapter.

*Last modified: January 2, 2020*

50-Minute Lectures |
Textbook
sections |
Topics |

2 |
1.1-1.3 |
Fundamentals:
current, voltage, power and energy |

2 |
1.6 |
Basic circuit elements: sources, Ohm's Law |

2 |
1.4-1.5 |
Kirchhoff's Laws: KCL and KVL |

2 |
2.1-2.3 |
Series and parallel resistor circuits; voltage and
current division |

5 |
2.4 |
Node-voltage analysis |

3 |
2.5 |
Mesh-current analysis |

4 |
2.6-2.7 |
Thevenin and Norton equivalent
circuits, superposition, source transformations |

5 |
3.1-3.4 |
Operational amplifier circuits |

2 |
4.1-4.5 |
Inductors and capacitors |

3 |
5.1-5.2 |
Sinusoidal currents and voltages; complex numbers and phasors |

7 |
5.3-5.4 |
Complex impedances and steady-state
sinusoidal AC circuit analysis |

3 |
5.5 |
Power in AC circuits |

6 |
6.1-6.5 |
DC machines |