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Type: Assessments
Type: Glossary

This glossary contains definitions for the modules: Operational Amplifier (opamp) Circuits, First Order Step Response, and Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis.

Type: Instructor Guide

This document is designed to assist instructors who are interested in using this module as part of their course. It details what is included in the module as well as prerequisites and outcomes.

Type: Modules
V1_2015_Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis (Storyline File) Dr. David G. Nairn

This Articulate Storyline File can be downloaded and modified to your specific learning objectives (within the bounds of the creative commons licensing selected for this file. This is encouraged, but any technical issues are not supported by the University of Toronto.

V1_2015_Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis (Storyline SCORM Package) Dr. David G. Nairn

This Articulate Storyline SCORM package can be uploaded into your institution's Learning Management System.

V2_2021_Introduction to Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis (Rise SCORM Package)

This Articulate Rise SCORM package can be uploaded into your institution's Learning Management System

Using series and parallel combinations to simplify analysis | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
An example of power calculations using the power triangle | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
A more complicated example of Phasor analysis | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Power factor correction | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Introduction and calculation of instantaneous power | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
An example illustrating power factor correction | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
An example of instantaneous power for a sinusoidally driven RL circuit | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Calculating the average power for periodic waveforms | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
An example of calculation the average value of a general cosine function | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Introduction to sinusiodally driven circuits | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
An example of average power for a sinusoidally drive RL circuit | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Defining sine waves; amplitude | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Defining the effective or RMS value of a waveform | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
An example of time domain analysis | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
An example illustrating the calculation of the effective value of cosine | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Generating complex sources with Euler’s identity | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Computing power with the effective voltage | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Analysis of a simple circuit driven by a complex source | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
An example that finds the effective value of an offset sine wave | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Introduction to and definition of Phasors | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
An example that finds the effective value of two sine waves | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Verification of analysis techniques in the Phasor domain | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Introduction to complex power | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Circuit elements in the Phasor domain and the impedance concept | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
The power factor | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
Finding the impedance of inductors and capacitors | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
An example showing the calculation of complex power and Phasor diagrams | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
A simple example of using Phasor analysis | Link Dr. David G. Nairn
The power triangle | Link Dr. David G. Nairn