Basics of Capacitors
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# Basics of Capacitors

Simplified approach to understand capacitors.First step towards electronic circuit design.
4.1 (6 ratings)
1,036 students enrolled
Last updated 11/2018
English
Price: \$19.99
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This course includes
• 1 hour on-demand video
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
• Understand the Q-V-C relation in a capacitor
• Solve Voltage division and current division problems
• Plot current/voltage waveform across the capacitors for given input signals like ramp,step and impulse
• Solve the charge sharing problems between the capacitors
• Analyse basic RC circuits
Requirements
• Simple kvl and kcl equations
• basic knowledge about ohms law and its application
Description

This course is designed for beginners in electronics. It is also a preliminary course to understand the RC circuits. All of electronics is built around resistors and capacitors. But often these are the only components which are not understood clearly. This course is an effort to present complex topics and bring out details is small and easy steps. Students at all levels can opt for this course.

Who this course is for:
• students who are dealing with subjects like :Basic electronics, circuit design etc
• candidates interested to understand the capacitor working
• anyone who is interested to learn the basic concepts in detail.
Course content
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+ Basics of Capacitors
8 lectures 38:26
Capacitor Structure , Q-V-C of the capacitors
03:28
Capacitor reaction to instantaneous change in supply voltage
01:52
Capacitor reaction to instantaneous change in supply voltage
06:32
capacitors in series
04:20
voltage division rule for series capacitors
07:52
voltage division example and case studies
05:22
capacitors in parallel
03:18
+ Few important signals to consider
5 lectures 16:43
Preview 02:46
Unit Step function & Ramp signals
02:28
Relation between the signals
03:35
Voltage-Current relation in a capacitor
04:04
Current source and capacitors(V-I relation)
03:50
+ Charge sharing
2 lectures 07:45
charge sharing between capacitors
05:28
Bonus Lecture
02:17