Saturday, 17 May 2003, 8:00A to 11:00A
Final Exam Review Session
Wednesday 05/14 from 7 to 9 pm in 277 Cory
120 Hesse Hall
Solutions to HW 1
Solutions to HW 2
Solutions to HW3
Solutions to HW4
Solutions to HW5
(Note: there is an additional part of this assignment not shown on the sheet. Part (e): Find the standby current drawn by the primary when there is no load on the secondary.)
(Note: Part 3(b} should read “Plot the torque vs. SPEED characteristics for this motor.”)
Lecture Slides in PDF Format (Color)
Lecture Slides in PDF Format (Black and White)
Instructor: Edward C. Morse
4115 Etcheverry Hall
Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 1:30 to 3:00
Teaching Assistant: Office Hours, Locations:
Tues: 1:30-2:30 Thurs: 9:30-10:30 179M Cory.
S. Schwarz and W. Oldham,
Electrical Engineering: An Introduction,
Second Edition, Harcourt Brace Publishing, 1999.
Reference: Visual Programming with HPVEE, by Helsel
Grading: Maximum of
Midterm I 15%
Midterm II 15%
Midterm I 10%
Midterm II 10%
1. These will be issued in class, and also posted on the web site.
2. They are due the following week by 5 pm sharp in the box labeled EECS 100 in 240 Cory Hall.
3. Late Charge: Grade'=Grade*0.9**N, N is days late not counting Sunday. After deadline of due date=1 day late.
4. Graded homeworks may be picked up from the outbox in 240 Cory Hall.
5. Homework solutions will be posted on the web site.
6. If you have questions about the grading on a particular homework, write down your concern neatly, staple it to your homework, and put it in the homework inbox. The reader will review your concern and return it to the homework outbox.
1. There will be two 50 minute, in-class midterms. The dates will be announced later.
2. The midterms are closed book, closed notes. You will be allowed one 8-1/2"x11" sheet of notes.
1. Pick up a Lab Manual from Odin Readers, 2180 Dwight Suite A (x Fulton) ,Berkeley (841-7323).
2. Choose a lab partner. You will work with this person for the whole semester. Groups of more than two are only allowed for over-full labs.
3. The lab portion of thegrade is determined by the TA of the lab section.
4. labs begin in Week Two. There will be 5 labs, each one or two weeks as indicated on the syllabus.There is also a final project.
5. Come prepared. Read the manual before hand.
6. For each lab, you must prepare a report. This must be typed.It is due at the start of the following lab.
7. The lab grade will be based on your lab skills (as assessed bythe TA) and the lab reports.
Exam Group 4: Saturday 8-11 AM (This is the FIRST Saturday and does NOT conflict with Commencement.)