# Ultimate Electric Circuits Course from A to Z for Beginners

## What you'll learn

- know all the fundamentals of electric circuits
- know the meaning of SI units or international units in electric circuits
- Know the definition of the electric charge in electric circuits
- Know the definition of the electric current in electric circuits
- Know the definition of voltage in electric circuits
- Know the definition of power in electric circuits
- Know the definition of energy in electric circuits
- Definition of conductance in electric circuits
- Know the difference between dependent and independent sources
- Applications of DC circuits in electric circuits
- Know the principle of the TV picture tube or CRT in electric circuits
- Know the basic laws of electricity in electric circuits
- Know about the electricity bills calculations in electric circuits
- Understand Ohm's law in electric circuits
- Know the definition of the nodes, branches and loops in electric circuits
- Know the definition of Kirchhoff's laws in electric circuits
- Know the definition of Kirchhoff's current law in electric circuits
- Know the definition of Kirchhoff voltage law in electric circuits
- Know series resistor and voltage division in electric circuits
- Know parallel resistor and current division in electric circuits
- Know Wye-Delta transformations in electric circuits
- Understand applications as lighting systems in electric circuits
- Understand Nodal analysis in electric circuits
- Understand Nodal analysis with voltage sources in electric circuits
- Understand the supernode in electric circuits
- Understand Mesh analysis in electric circuits
- Understand Mesh analysis with current sources in electric circuits
- Understand the Supermesh in electric circuits
- Understand How to use the Cramer method in electric circuits
- Comparison between Nodal and Mesh analysis in electric circuits
- Understand applications as DC transistor circuits in electric circuits
- Understand the meaning of the linearity property in electric circuits
- Use the Superposition theorem in electric circuits
- Understand Thevenin's theorem in electric circuits
- Understand Norton's theorem in electric circuits
- Maximum power transfer in electric circuits
- Understand the various types of operational amplifiers in electric circuits
- Understand ideal Op-Amp, inverting Amplifier, non-inverting amplifier in electric circuits
- Understand summing Op-Amp circuit in electric circuits
- Understand the difference Op-Amp circuit in electric circuits
- Understand cascaded Op-Amp circuit in electric circuits
- Know the applications of Op-Amp like digital-to-analog converter in electric circuits
- Know the applications of Op-Amp like instrumentation amplifiers in electric circuits
- Know what is a capacitor in electric circuits
- Understand how to simplify series capacitors in electric circuits
- Understand how to simplify parallel capacitors in electric circuits
- Know how to get energy stored in capacitors in electric circuits
- Know what is an inductor in electric circuits
- Understand how to simplify series inductors in electric circuits
- Understand how to simplify parallel inductors in electric circuits
- Know how to get energy stored in the inductor in electric circuits
- know the applications of capacitors and inductors as integrators in electric circuits
- know the applications of capacitors and inductors as differentiators in electric circuits
- Understand practical capacitors and practical inductors in electric circuits
- Simulation of basic electric circuits
- Simulation of operational amplifiers
- Simulation of charging and discharging of a capacitor
- Simulation of a source-free RL circuit
- Simulation of a source-free RC circuit
- Source-free RC circuit
- Solved examples on source-free RC circuits
- Source-free RL circuit
- Solved examples on source-free RL circuits
- Step response of an RC circuit
- Solved examples on step response of an RC circuit
- Step response of an RL circuit
- Solved examples on step response of an RL circuit
- Simulation of the step response of an RL circuit
- Simulation of the step response of an RC circuit

## Requirements

- No prior knowledge about electric circuits
- Simple mathematics knowledge

## Description

**"Ultimate Electric Circuits Course from A to Z for Beginners"**

*This is the only course with everything you need to know about the basics of electric circuits for complete newbies without any previous knowledge.*

This course starts with the basic concepts about electricity to the level you will be very familiar with circuits.

**First Course "Basic Concepts and Basic Laws of Electric Circuits" **

What are we going to learn from this course?

Fundamentals of electric DC circuits

SI units or International Units

Definition of the electric charge

Definition of the electric current

Definition of the electric voltage

Definition of the electric power

Definition of electric energy

Difference between dependent and independent sources

Applications of DC Circuits

Know the principle of TV picture tube or CRT

Know about the electricity bills calculations

Basic laws of Electricity

Understand Ohm's law

Difference between an Open Circuit and Short Circuit

Difference between Fixed and Variable Resistance

Definition of Conductance

Know the difference between series and parallel connection

Definition of the Nodes, Branches, and loops in the electric circuit

Definition of Kirchhoff's laws

Definition of Kirchhoff's current law

Definition of Kirchhoff voltage law

The series resistor and voltage division

Know parallel resistor and current division

Wye-Delta transformations and vice-versa

Understand Applications as Lightning Systems

*All of these topics are in a step by step lessons with many solved examples.*

**Second Course "Methods of Analysis and Basic Theorems of Electric Circuits" **

What are we going to learn from this course?

Understand Nodal analysis no voltage source

Understand Nodal analysis with voltage sources

Understand the supernode

Understand Mesh analysis no current Source

Understand Mesh analysis with current Sources

Understand the super mesh.

Compare between Nodal and Mesh analysis

Understand applications as DC transistor circuits

Understand the meaning of the linearity property

Use the Superposition theorem

Understand Thevenin's theorem

Understand Norton's theorem

Maximum power transfer

Understand the source transformation

*All of these topics are in a step by step lessons with many solved examples.*

**Third Course "Operational Amplifiers, Capacitors, and Inductors in Electric Circuits"**

What are we going to learn from this course?

Understand the various types of operational amplifiers

Understand ideal op-amp, inverting amplifier, non-inverting amplifier

Understand summing op-amp circuit

Understand the difference op-amp circuit

Understand cascaded op-amp circuit

Know the applications of op-amp like Digital-to-Analog converter

Know the applications of op-amp like instrumentation amplifiers

Know what is a capacitor

Understand how to simplify series capacitors

Understand how to simplify parallel capacitors

Know what an inductor is

Understand practical capacitors and practical inductors

Understand how to simplify series inductors

Understand how to simplify parallel inductors

Know how to get energy stored in the capacitor

Know how to get energy stored in the inductor

Know the applications of capacitors and inductors as the integrator

Know the applications of capacitors and inductors as differentiators

**Fourth Course "First Order Circuits"**

What are we going to learn from this course?

Source-free RC circuit

Solved examples on source-free RC circuits

Source-free RL circuit

Solved examples on source-free RL circuits

Step response of an RC circuit

Solved examples on step response of an RC circuit

Step response of an RL circuit

Solved examples on step response of an RL circuit

**Fifth Course "Simulation of Electric Circuits in MATLAB Simulink"**

What are we going to learn from this course?

Simulation of basic electric circuits

Simulation of operational amplifiers

Simulation of charging and discharging of a capacitor

Simulation of a source-free RL circuit

Simulation of a source-free RC circuit

Simulation of the step response of an RL circuit

Simulation of the step response of an RC circuit

*All of these topics are in a step by step lessons with many solved examples.*

Take this bundle if you've been looking for ONE COURSE BUNDLE with in-depth insight into the basics of electric circuits.

## Who this course is for:

- Anyone who wants knowledge about electric circuits or engineers
- Anyone who is interested in knowing the main concepts of electric circuits
- Anyone who is student and wants to learn about DC circuits easily

## Instructor

I am Ahmed Mahdy an electrical power engineer, I am also an online instructor at more than 20 platforms.

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