# 227-0001-00L Networks and Circuits I

Semester | Autumn Semester 2020 |

Lecturers | C. Franck |

Periodicity | yearly recurring course |

Language of instruction | German |

Abstract | This course introduces the students into the basics of electric circuits, the underlying physical phenomena and required mathematical methods. |

Objective | Voltage, current and properties of basic elements of electric circuits, i.e. capacitors, resistors and inductors should be understood in relation to electric and magnetic fields. Furthermore, the students should be able to mathematically describe, analyze and finally design technical realizations of circuit elements. Students should also be familiar with the calculation of voltage and current distributions of DC circuits. The effect and the mathematical formulation of magnetic induction should be known for technical applications. |

Content | Electrostatic field; Stationary electric current flow; Basic electric circuits; current conduction mechanisms; time variant electromagnetic field. |

Lecture notes | Manfred Albach, Elekrotechnik ISBN 978-3-86894-398-6 (2020) and lecture notes |

Literature | Manfred Albach, Elekrotechnik 978-3-86894-398-6 (2020) |