Circuit Analysis for Electrical & Electronics Engineering
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Circuit Analysis for Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Master complete Circuit solving techniques,this course is Backbone for Electrical and Electronics engineering
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Created by Vishwesh Singh
Last updated 7/2020
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This course includes
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • know all the Fundamentals of Electric DC Circuits
  • Understand Electric Charge,Electric Current,Electric Voltage, Electric Energy and Electric Power
  • Bilateral and unilateral element
  • Planar and non Planar netwok
  • time invaariant element
  • Know the difference between dependent and independent Sources
  • Know the Definition of the Nodes, Branches and loops in Electric circuit Know the Definition of the Kirchhoff's laws
  • KVL and KCL
  • series and parallel connection of elements
  • Know Series resistor and voltage division
  • Know parallel resistor and current division
  • Star and Delta Transformation
  • Understand Nodal analysis
  • Understand Mesh analysis
  • Understand Mesh analysis with Current Sources
  • Understand the Meaning of the Linearity Property
  • Superposition Theorem
  • Thevenin's Theorem
  • Norton's Theorem
  • Maximum Power Transfer
Requirements
  • Basic math Fundamentals
  • Basic calculus (derivative and integeral)
  • Just a desire to learn
Description

This subject is commonly known as Network theory,Electrical circuit,Network analysis,circuit theory.

This course explains how to analyze circuits that have direct current (DC) current or voltage sources. A DC source is one that is constant. Circuits with resistors, capacitors, and inductors are covered.Network theorem are covered.

After completing this course, you will be able to solve any DC circuit easily.I have explained each and everything with solved examples.

Who this course is for:
  • Electrical engineers
  • Electronics engineers
  • Anyone who wants knowledge about electric circuits
  • Anyone who wants to learn about DC Circuits easily
Course content
Expand all 51 lectures 03:22:36
+ Circuit Elements
9 lectures 34:04
Linear and Non Linear elements
03:15
Active and Passive elements
01:24
Time Invariant elements
01:49
Bilateral and Unilateral elements
01:49
Resistance
05:43
Inductance
06:50
Capacitance
05:44
Transformer
02:19
+ Power Sources
3 lectures 11:26
Power sources
03:06
Independent and Dependent Voltage sources
04:09
Independent and Dependent current sources
04:11
+ Circuits Solving Techniques
26 lectures 01:39:33
Kirchoff's Current Law (KCL)
01:48
Example
03:14
Kirchoff's Voltage Law (KVL)
03:16
Example
03:44
Mesh analysis
08:18
Example
03:57
Example
02:47
Series Connection
05:27
Example
02:20
Example
02:39
Parallel Connection
05:33
Example
03:13
Example
03:22
Example
01:15
Voltage Division Rule
05:13
Current Division Rule
05:20
Example
02:14
Star Delta Transformation
08:10
Example
02:17
Example
03:49
Voltage to Current Source Transformation
02:43
Current source to Voltage source Transformation
02:45
Open circuit and Short circuit
03:22
Example
01:47
+ Network Theorems
9 lectures 47:27
Superposition Theorem
05:54
Example
04:22
Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem
08:56
Example
04:02
Example
04:39
Maximum Power transfer theorem
06:14
Example
07:02
Tellegen's Theorem
03:11
Example
03:07