First Order RLC Circuits: Time Domain Analysis

Course Number: E-6002
Credit: 6 PDH
Subject Matter Expert: Carmelo P. Carbonara, MSEP
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Overview

In First Order RLC Circuits: Time Domain Analysis , you'll learn ...

• Identify circuit type and expected responses (i.e.., RC high-pass, RL low-pass)
• Find the transient term of each circuit type by inspection
• Find the steady state term of each circuit type by inspection
• Get the complete response with no unsolved constants

Overview

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Credit: 6 PDH

Length: 42 pages

This course is a refresher in basic network analysis of passive RLC circuits using discreet passive (R) resistor, (L) inductor and (C) capacitor components. The complete response for each of the 4 basic circuits has transient and steady state terms.

The sum of the transient and steady state terms comprises the complete response of the circuit. Once we have the complete response of a circuit we can alter the circuit element values to our specifications and plot the results.

This course covers RC high and low-pass, and RL high and low-pass circuits (first order circuits).

We'll obtain the complete response of each circuit type, using time domain analysis techniques.

The focus is more on electrical engineering concepts and "by inspection" methods rather than on rigorous mathematical derivations but references are made to the solution methods of linear differential equations.

The intended audience is practicing electrical and electronics engineers already familiar with the math and engineering concepts for circuit analysis.

Specific Knowledge or Skill Obtained

This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:

• Identify circuit type and expected responses (i.e.., RC high-pass, RL low-pass)
• Find the transient term of each circuit type by inspection
• Find the steady state term of each circuit type by inspection
• Get the complete response with no unsolved constants
• Know the design constraints that the circuit types and circuit element values impose
• Associate the mathematical techniques with by-inspection methods
• Associate a plotted complete response with a circuit type

Certificate of Completion

You will be able to immediately print a certificate of completion after passing a multiple-choice quiz consisting of 25 questions. PDH credits are not awarded until the course is completed and quiz is passed.

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Preview a portion of this course before purchasing it.

Credit: 6 PDH

Length: 42 pages