Complete Electronic Circuit Theory Design Course & Examples
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# Complete Electronic Circuit Theory Design Course & Examples

Become an expert in Circuit Theory by solving examples & pass with high grade at school's Circuit theory course RAHEE101
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Last updated 11/2018
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This course includes
• 18.5 hours on-demand video
• 3 articles
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
• Academic Solve of Electrical Engineering Circuits
• Analyze and solve Electrical Circuit Designs and Problems
• Teaching and hours and hours of examples and problems solved on the below topics
• Ohm's law
• Current and Charge
• Nodes, Branches and loops
• Series resistors and voltage division
• wye-delta transformations
• Learn Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL)
• Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL)
• Parallel resistors and current division
Requirements
• Mathematics Skills
• Knowledge of Differential Equation and Calculus is helpful
Description

Topics which will be discussed in this course is the academic aspect of Electrical Engineering Circuit Theory and we will be going over what you learn at the early years of Electrical Engineering Undergraduate at any school on Circuit Analysis through concentrating mainly on examples rather than long lectures.

We would be teaching briefly the below topics and then would be solving as much as examples and problems possible on each topic to make sure you are an expert in the topic

Current and Charge

Ohm's law

Nodes, Branches and loops

Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL)

Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL)

Series resistors and voltage division

Parallel resistors and current division

Equivalent resistance- current and voltage division examples

wye-delta transformations

wye-delta transformations examples

Who this course is for:
• Electrical Engineers
• Engineering Students
• Electrical Technicians
• Tech Enthusiasts
• Electrical Engineering Students
• Electrical Engineering Enthusiasts
Course content
Expand all 109 lectures 18:25:12
+ Chapter 1
15 lectures 02:33:41
Preview 04:10
CH1-Systems of Units
09:47
CH1-Charge and Current
16:05
Charge and current-example1
05:38
Quiz1-Charge and Current-problem
00:40
04:30
CH1-Voltage
22:23
CH1-Power and Energy
19:45
Power and Energy/Voltage-example1
04:57
Power and Energy/Voltage-example1
11:25
CH1-Circuit Elements-part1
13:17
CH1-Circuit Elements-part2
22:00
Circuit Elements-example1
11:01
Quiz2-Circuit elements-problem
01:26
06:37
+ Chapter 02
51 lectures 07:14:56
Ohm's law1
16:26
Ohm's law2
13:01
CH2-Ohm's law-example1
01:36
CH2-Ohm's law-example2
05:13
CH2-Nodes, branches and loops
11:12
Nodes, branches and loops-example1
03:05
Quiz3-Nodes, branches and loops-problem
00:01
00:01
CH2-Kirschoff's laws-KCL
03:10
CH2-Kirschoff's laws-KVL
04:58
Kirschhoff's laws-example1
07:10
Kirschhoff's laws-example2
09:06
Kirschhoff's laws-example3
07:01
Kirschhoff's laws-example4
04:38
Kirschhoff's laws-example5
05:07
Kirschhoff's laws-example6
09:24
Kirschhoff's laws-example7
11:52
Kirschhoff's laws-example8
08:07
CH2-Series Resistors and voltage division
04:58
CH2-Parallel Resistors and current division
08:50
Equivalent resistance-example1
07:36
Equivalent resistance-example2
05:35
Equivalent resistance-example3
07:42
Equivalent resistance-example4
06:51
Equivalent resistance-example5
05:20
Equivalent resistance-example6
07:02
Equivalent resistance-example7
08:23
Equivalent resistance-example8
19:12
Equivalent resistance-example9
01:48
Equivalent resistance-example10
11:48
Equivalent resistance-example11
06:51
Equivalent resistance-example12
09:52
CH2-Wye-Delta Transformations
09:37
Wye-Delta Transformations-example1
03:57
Wye-Delta Transformations-example2
04:26
Wye-Delta Transformations-example3
17:58
Wye-Delta Transformations-example4
09:29
CH2-Problems to wrap up-1
04:04
CH2-Problems to wrap up-2
06:47
CH2-Problems to wrap up-3
04:51
CH2-Problems to wrap up-4
08:28
CH2-Problems to wrap up-5
06:26
CH2-Problems to wrap up-6
27:56
CH2-Problems to wrap up-7
14:50
CH2-Problems to wrap up-8
08:25
CH2-Problems to wrap up-9
04:08
CH2-Problems to wrap up-10
18:00
CH2-Problems to wrap up-11
06:53
CH2-Problems to wrap up-12
25:27
CH2-Problems to wrap up-13
08:29
CH2-Problems to wrap up-14
11:48
+ Chapter 03
31 lectures 06:14:39
CH3-Nodal analysis
07:15
Nodal Analysis-example1
14:27
Nodal Analysis-example2
06:59
Nodal Analysis-example3
10:46
Nodal Analysis-example4
13:53
CH3-Nodal analysis with voltage sources
06:26
Nodal analysis with voltage sources-example1
08:51
Nodal analysis with voltage sources-example2
12:52
Nodal analysis with voltage sources-example3
15:53
Nodal analysis with voltage sources-example4
11:13
CH3-Mesh Analysis
11:45
Mesh Analysis-example1
14:09
Mesh Analysis-example2
06:06
CH3-Mesh Analysis with current sources
10:03
Mesh Analysis with current sources-example1
11:12
Mesh Analysis with current sources-example2
10:45
CH3-a general approach
03:11
A general approach-example1
12:19
A general approach-example2
11:37
A general approach-example3
12:41
A general approach-example4
15:02
A general approach-example5
33:31
A general approach-example6
09:08
A general approach-example7
13:34
A general approach-example8
18:17
A general approach-example9
13:13
A general approach-example10
26:22
CH4-Linearity property
06:57
Linearity Property-example1
04:33
Linearity Property-example2
13:46
Linearity Property-example3
07:53
+ Chapter 04
10 lectures 02:14:15
CH4-Superposition
05:12
Superposition-example1
10:39
Superposition-example2
09:09
Superposition-example3
29:46
Superposition-example4
18:23
Superposition-example5
11:53
CH4-Source Transformation
06:06
Source Transformation-example1
15:35
Source Transformation-example2
13:57
Source Transformation-example3
13:35