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DC 3: Circuit Theorems

Credits: 1
Course Number: 10-660-106

Course Description

10-660-106 DC 3: CIRCUIT THEOREMS ...analysis of circuits using various advanced methods. Branch, loop and node methods are studied. Eight network theorems are presented for the solution of circuit voltages and circuits. (Pre-requisite: 10-660-105, DC 2: Circuits)

Course Typically Offered

  • Fall
  • Spring

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This course is associated with the following programs:

What will I learn?

  1. Analyze resistive loading in voltage divider circuits.
  2. Assess the loading characteristics of combination resistor circuits
  3. Analyze complex series and parallel circuits using simplification theorems
  4. Investigate complex circuits with multiple voltage sources in different branches
  5. Analyze complex network circuits using simplified equivalent circuits

Class Details

Class Number:
Fall 2023
Jacob Morois
Date Range:
Estimated Cost:
$165.80 *

Class Notes

  • This course requires purchase of a parts kit in ET129.

  • IMPORTANT: Each class consists of lecture delivered in person plus additional time in the Tech Hall lab, Room ET129 or the Mech Hall lab, Room ET120 during the posted open lab times. Plan approximately 30 hours to complete both portions of this class.

  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Tech Hall Lab, Room ET129, is open Mon-Thurs 8am-8pm; Fridays 8am-3pm; Saturdays 8am-1pm. The Lab will observe all College closure holidays and breaks.

Meeting Times

Dates Day(s) / Time Location(s)
11/06/23 - 12/04/23 M
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Green Bay Campus Room ET217
11/06/23 - 12/04/23 Anytime
Green Bay Campus Room ET129

* Cost displayed is an estimate and may be discounted if attendees are residents of Northeast Wisconsin Back to cost