Basic Electrical Circuit Laboratory
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# Basic Electrical Circuit Laboratory

INTRODUCTION TO BASIC LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND MEASUREMENTS AND OVERVIEW OF DIFFERENT ELECTRICAL LAWS AND THEOREMS
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4.3 (2 ratings)
35 students enrolled
Created by Lotfi LADHAR
Last updated 7/2017
English
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What Will I Learn?
• Understand fundamental electric quantities:Voltage, current Resistance etc.. also analyse and evaluate the common law related the electrical circuits : Hom's , Kirchoff, Thevenin, Northon
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Requirements
• You should able to have a basic knowledge in Physic - electrical part
Description

Do you want to learn  the whole Electrical Basic rules in one course? Do you want to repair all failed electrical appliance  at home? Do you want to have a complete idea about the basic electrical rules in a practical way?  This experimental course covers all basic and fundamental laws theorems and rules  used in electrical circuits such as Ohm's and Kirchoff's Laws, Superposition  Norton and Thevenin's Theorems, the Maximum Power Transfer rule etc... Beside the DC currents, the  AC (Alternative Current) is studied in this course covering the phase shifting and the capacitive reactance as well as the transformer measurements.

Who is the target audience?
• Any one who is admitted to the Engineering College all branches
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Curriculum For This Course
20 Lectures
04:33:12
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Experimental part
10 Lectures 02:13:32
Preview 28:59

Lecture 2 : Verification of ohm's Law
08:14

Lecture 3 : Resistors - Series and parallel Connections
10:23

Lecture 4: Kirshoff's Voltage and Current Laws
15:28

Lecture 5 : Thevenin and Northon's Theorems
15:52

Lecture 6: Superposition Theorem
09:54

Lecture 7 : Maximum Power Transfer
10:34

Lecture 8 : Capacitive Reactance in AC Circuits
11:32

Lecture 9 : Measuring Phase Difference using Oscilloscope
10:35

Lecture 10 : Single Phase Transformer
12:01
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SECTION 2 : Experiment Realisation
10 Lectures 02:19:40
Experiment 1 : Introduction to the Lab and Measurements
16:42

Experiment 2 : Ohm's Law Measurements
08:30

Experiment 3 : Voltage and Current Dividers- Series and parallel Resistors
22:18

Experiment 4 : Kirshoff's Law
14:49

Experiment 5 : The Thevenin and Norton Theorems
21:06

Experiment 6 : Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
09:12

Experiment 7 : Superposition Theorem
12:05

Experiment 8 : Capacitive Reactance in Alternating Current (AC)
08:36

Experiment 9 : Phase Difference Measurement using Oscilloscope
14:49

Experiment 10 : Single Phase Transformer
11:33