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language Subtitles : French
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Ce cours définit les notions de base des circuits électriques composés des trois éléments passifs (résistance, inductance et condensateur), linéaires et des sources de tension et de courant.

On traite ces circuits avec les lois élémentaires de l'électricité puis on développe une série de méthodes de combinaisons des éléments et de transformations du circuit qui mènent à leur simplification et permettent une analyse aisée des courants, tensions et puissances présents. Quelques circuits particuliers classiques sont présentés.

Toutes ces méthodes sont premièrement développées en régime continu puis elles sont généralisées au régime alternatif, faisant intervenir le calcul complexe. L'importance du régime alternatif réside dans le fait qu'il est omniprésent au niveau de la distribution électrique domestique et industrielle.

This course is presented in French.

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Prerequisite

Afin de vous aider dans votre choix de cours, vous trouverez ci-dessous une liste non exhaustive des notions importantes à maîtriser:

  • Calcul analytique
  • Calcul trigonométrique
  • Calcul complexe

Attention : d’autres cours ont également des prérequis. Prière de vous référer aux descriptifs de cours.

 

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Syllabus

  • Analyser un circuit électrique en régime continu
  • Quantifier toutes les grandeurs au sein du circuit
  • Formaliser un circuit en régime alternatif
  • Calculer des grandeurs complexes
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Yves Perriard
Professeur
EPFL

Paolo Germano
Collaborateur Scientifique Senior
EPFL

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One of the two Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology, the school was founded by the Swiss Federal Government with the stated mission to:

Educate engineers and scientists to the highest international standing
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EPFL is considered one of the most prestigious universities in the world for engineering and sciences, ranking 17th overall and 10th in engineering in the 2015 QS World University Rankings; 34th overall and 12th in engineering in the 2015 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

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