Become an Electricity & Electronics Pro!

Electricity and electronics MADE EASY!
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  • Lectures 40
  • Length 4 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 3/2016 English

Course Description

DO YOU WANT TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY?

Are you looking for a shortcut to learn the ENTIRE MODULE'S CONTENT in as little time as possible?

Why spend money on personal Electricity and Electronics tutors when you can get taught the entire modules content online for the same price as just one sitting with a tutor?

I have done this exact course at university, so i am able to explain the concepts in a manner that students understand. Ultimately, i know how and why people struggle with electricity and electronics, and I can help make it easier for you!

How is the course structured?

  1. Basic concepts
  2. Basic laws
  3. Methods of analysis
  4. Circuit theorems
  5. Operational amplifiers
  6. Capacitors and inductors
  7. Sinusoids and phasors
  8. Sinusoidal steady-state analysis

Why enroll in "Become a Electricity and Electronics Pro!"?

  • Over 40 worked through examples with Very-Easy-to-Understand explanations.
  • Tips and tricks on how to study for this course as well as how to save time in tests and exams.
  • Work at your own pace leaving you comfortable and confident to tackle those final exams!

This course is perfect for anyone currently enrolled in an Electricity and Electronics class, anyone planning to take it in the near future, or anyone who's interested in learning Electricity and Electronics. So whether you're looking to just pass or get your distinction, this course will provide you with the necessary tools to help you reach your goals!

What are the requirements?

  • Basic understanding of algebra

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Gain a firm foundation in Electricity and Electronics for furthering your career.
  • Master Kirchhoff's Current Law and Kirchhoffs Voltage Law
  • Use your calculator to solve, complex, sinusoidal and phasor problems
  • Be informed by past students on how to go about studying such a module

What is the target audience?

  • First year engineering students
  • University, college or school students taking an electricity and electronics course
  • Anyone interested in gaining mastery of the core concepts of Electricity and Electronics

What you get with this course?

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
Introduction
Preview
01:35
Section 2: Basic Concepts
Basic Concepts
03:59
Power
03:59
Cramer's Rule
06:04
Section 3: Basic Laws
Nodes, Branches and Loops
07:26
Kirchhoff’s Laws
04:30
Passive Sign Convention
01:50
Series and Parallel Resistors
03:05
Series and Parallel Resistors- Additional Example
06:43
Current Division and Voltage Division
05:34
Wye-Delta Transformations
05:25
Section 4: Methods of Analysis
Nodal Analysis
05:36
Nodal Analysis with Voltage Sources
04:17
Nodal Analysis by Inspection
04:02
Mesh Analysis
04:55
Mesh Analysis with Current Sources
05:05
Mesh Analysis by Inspection
03:17
When to use? Nodal vs Mesh Analysis
01:33
Transistors
04:37
Transistors- Additional Example
09:13
Section 5: Circuit Theorems
Superposition
07:18
Source Transformation
06:47
Thevenin's Theorem
06:46
Thevenin's Theorem- Additional Example Part 1
06:18
Thevenin's Theorem- Additional Example Part 2
07:46
Norton's Theorem
07:11
Maximum Power Transfer
08:39
Section 6: Operational Amplifiers
Operational Amplifiers Theory
Preview
05:22
Operational Amplifiers- Examples
04:58
Section 7: Capacitors and Inductors
Capacitors and Inductors
05:55
Capacitors and Inductors- Additional Example
07:17
Section 8: Sinusoids and Phasors
Phasors
05:00
Phasors Arithmetic on Casio fx-991ES PLUS Calculator
Preview
03:17
Complex Numbers on fx-991ES PLUS Calculator
07:36
Impedance and Admittance
03:41
Impedance and Admittance- Additional Example
08:03
Leading and Lagging Sinusoids
Preview
07:10
Section 9: Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis
Sinusoidal Source Transformation
06:44
Sinusoidal Thevenin Equivalent- Example Part 1
07:30
Sinusoidal Thevenin Equivalent- Example Part 2
08:46

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