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DC Electrical Circuits and Devices (1 credit hours)
This course is an overview of direct current (DC) circuits and devices.  All engineers need an understanding of the simple principles of DC circuits and devices.  Included in this course are descriptions of the most common electrical devices and the simple circuits they are used in.  The main circuit  configurations include series, parallel and series-parallel.  This course covers the basic mathematics that are necessary in evaluating and understanding electrical circuits.  Various uses and applications of direct current in commercial and private situations are described. 
James Thompson
Students will learn about
 
The several common configurations of DC circuits. 
 
Basic electrical devices.
 
The history of DC versus AC for power distribution.
 
Definitions of the essential electrical terms and units.
 
Some familiar applications of DC power.
 
Calculating voltage drops in a simple circuit.
 
Calculating equivalent resistance of circuits.
 
Calculating the current in a DC circuit.
 
Ladder diagrams.

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