ECE 207 - Electrical Engineering
Fall 2012/13

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Dr. Rostamkolai 








ECE 207 is a course designed for engineers (other than electrical or computer) covering AC power, three-phase systems, magnetic circuits, transformers, machines, strain gauges, RTDs and thermocouples, noise and shielding, and feedback systems.


Honor Code:

The Institute values its reputation for moral leadership as much as its reputation for academic excellence, and expects all persons associated with it to maintain the reputation. The institute's Code of Ethics is simple and direct: Rose-Hulman expects its students to be responsible adults and to behave at all times with honor and integrity. All students are expected to abide by this code and to aid its enforcement by reporting violations of it.



ECE 207 meets three times a week and you are expected to attend all lectures. Lab meets once a week and missing any experiment results in receiving no grade for that lab. Students are expected to be present at the beginning of the lab period, and late arrival impacts the lab grade.


Course Work:

Homework problems are assigned weekly with a firm due date. Homework problems should be done according to the format specified in the GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS FOR WRITING ASSIGNMENTS. Each individual is responsible for turning in his/her homework assignment. Homework problems may be discussed with others; however, copying homework assignments is considered a violation of the institution HONOR CODE. Homework problem-set solution is placed in the library after the homework assignment is graded. Late homework assignments are not accepted.


Two one-hour exams and a final exam are scheduled for this course. Exams are closed-book and closed-notes. However, you are permitted to have Formulas and Equations at the end of the book’s Chapters with you during the exams. Make-up exams will not be administered, and missing an exam will result in a grade of zero for that exam.


Lab Work:

You will perform the labs in teams of two or three students. You should select your partner at the beginning of the quarter.











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