Fundamentals of DC Electrical Engineering Circuits
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Fundamentals of DC Electrical Engineering Circuits

learn about Ohm's Law and All Fundamentals of DC Electrical Engineering Circuits easily with examples and Applications.
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Created by Ahmed Mahdy
Last updated 7/2017
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What Will I Learn?
• know all the Fundamentals of Electric DC Circuits
• know the meaning of SI units or International Units
• Know the Definition of the Electric Charge
• Know the Definition of the Electric Current
• Know the Definition of the Electric Voltage
• Know the Definition of the Electric Power
• Know the Definition of the Electric Energy
• Definition of Conductance
• Know the difference between dependent and independent Sources
• Applications of DC Circuits
• Know the principle of TV Picture Tube or CRT
• Know the Basic laws of Electricity
• Know about the electricity Bills Calculations
• Understand Ohm's law
• Know the Definition of the Nodes, Branches and loops in Electric circuit
• Know the Definition of the Kirchhoff's laws
• Know the Definition of Kirchhoff Current Law
• Know the Definition of Kirchhoff Voltage Law
• Know Series resistor and voltage division
• Know parallel resistor and current division
• Know Wye-Delta Transformations
• Understand Applications as Lightning Systems
• Understand Nodal analysis
• Understand Nodal analysis with voltage Sources
• Understand the Supernode
• Understand Mesh analysis
• Understand Mesh analysis with Current Sources
• Understand the Supermesh
• Understand Mesh analysis and Nodal Analysis by Inspection
• Understand How to Use Cramer Method
• 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 Application as Resistance Measurement
• Understand the Various types of operational Amplifiers
• Understand Ideal Op Amp,Inverting Amplifier , Non Inverting Amplifier
• Understand Summing Op Amp Circuit
• Understand 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 how to get energy stored in Capacitor
• Know what is an Inductor
• Understand how to Simplify Series Inductors
• Understand how to Simplify Parallel Inductors
• Know how to get energy stored in Inductor
• know the applications of Capacitors and Inductor as Integrator
• know the applications of Capacitors and Inductor as Differentiator
• Understand Practical Capacitors and Practical Inductors
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Requirements
• No prior Knowledge about electric circuits
• Simple Fundamentals of Differentiation and Integration
• Passion for Learning and Never Giving up
Description

Welcome To my Own course "Fundamentals of DC Electrical Engineering Circuits" , this course is especially designed for anyone who would like to study all the dc circuits and increase his knowledge , whether you are student or an ordinary person who love knowledge , this course will help you a lot .

So what are we going to learn from this course ?

• know all the Fundamentals of Electric DC Circuits
• know the meaning of SI units or International Units
• Know the Definition of the Electric Charge
• Know the Definition of the Electric Current
• Know the Definition of the Electric Voltage
• Know the Definition of the Electric Power
• Know the Definition of the Electric Energy
• Know the 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
• Know the 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 Difference between Series and Parallel connection
• Know the Definition of the Nodes, Branches and loops in Electric circuit
• Know the Definition of the Kirchhoff's laws
• Know the Definition of Kirchhoff Current Law
• Know the Definition of Kirchhoff Voltage Law
• Know Series resistor and voltage division
• Know parallel resistor and current division
• Know Wye-Delta Transformations and Vice-versa
• Understand Applications as Lightning Systems
• 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 Mesh analysis and Nodal Analysis by Inspection
• Understand the Supermesh.
• 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
• Understand Application as Resistance Measurement
• Understand the Various types of operational Amplifiers
• Understand Ideal Op Amp,Inverting Amplifier , Non Inverting Amplifier
• Understand Summing Op Amp Circuit
• Understand 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 is an Inductor
• 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 Capacitor
• Know how to get energy stored in Inductor
• know the applications of Capacitors and Inductor as Integrator
• know the applications of Capacitors and Inductor as Differentiator.

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Who is the target audience?
• 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
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141 Lectures
08:31:27
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Basic concepts
17 Lectures 46:28
Preview 01:12

System of Units
05:19

Preview 04:54

Definition of an Electric Current
04:00

Example 1
01:11

Example 2
01:45

Example 3
00:59

Preview 03:39

Definition of Energy and Power
05:27

Example 4
02:41

Example 5
00:55

Electric circuit elements dependent and independent sources
04:16

Example 6
02:52

Preview 01:48

Example 7
02:06

Electricity Bills
01:27

Example 8
01:57
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Basic Laws
32 Lectures 01:10:10
Introduction to Basic Laws
00:49

Definition of Resisitance
03:17

Preview 01:17

Open Circuit and Short Circuit
02:09

Fixed and Variable Resistances
01:04

Linear Resistor and non Linear Resistor
00:56

Meaning of Conductance
01:39

Example 1
00:21

Example 2
01:14

Example 3
00:44

Branch
01:00

Node
01:59

Loops
01:38

Series and Parallel Connection
00:56

Preview 02:23

Preview 01:55

Example 4
02:05

Example 5
00:55

Example 6
01:58

Series Resistors and Voltage division
03:45

Parallel Resisitors
03:19

Current Division
00:52

Analogy between Resistance and Conductance
04:39

Example 7
02:03

Example 8
02:40

Introduction to Delta-Wye Transformation
03:11

Delta to Wye Transformation
04:48

Wye to Delta Transformation
03:24

Example 9
01:32

Example 10
05:43

Application Lightning bulbs
03:54

Example 11
02:01
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Methods of Analysis
20 Lectures 01:26:47
Introduction to Methods of Analysis
00:59

Nodal Analysis with No Voltage source
08:54

Example 1
04:26

Cramer's Method
04:05

Nodal Analysis with Voltage source and Super Node
04:33

Example 2
03:08

Example 3
04:44

Mesh Analysis
03:30

Example 4
02:07

Example 5
01:50

Example 6
04:22

Mesh Analysis with Current Source and SuperMesh
03:07

Example 7
03:28

Nodal Analysis by Inspection
05:24

Example 8
03:13

Example 9
06:59

Example 10
04:01

Nodal Vs Mesh Analysis
02:17

Application DC Transistor Circuits
12:52

Example 11
02:48
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Circuit Theorems
20 Lectures 01:37:59
Introduction to Circuit theorems
02:02

Linearity of Circuit
07:25

Example 1
03:49

Superpostion Theorem
07:02

Example 2
04:20

Example 3
05:56

Source Transformation
07:37

Example 4
05:05

Example 5
03:03

Thevenin Theorem
09:44

Example 6
06:04

Example 7
04:57

Norton's Theorem
05:19

Example 8
03:29

Example 9
05:00

Maximum Power Transfer
04:51

Example 10
02:57

Resistance Measurement
04:56

Example 11
00:26

Example 12
03:57
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Operational Amplifiers
23 Lectures 01:56:04
Introduction
03:28

Construction of Operational Amplifiers
07:09

Equivalent Circuit of non Ideal Op Amp
09:42

Vo Vs Vd Relation Curve
03:30

Example 1
09:16

Ideal Op Amp
07:05

Example 2
04:15

Inverting Amplifier
05:23

Example 3
01:51

Example 4
02:01

Non Inverting Amplifier
07:58

Example 5
03:17

Summing Amplifier
04:40

Example 6
02:17

Difference amplifier
05:34

Example 7
07:33

06:27

Example 8
04:10

Application Digital to Analog Converter
05:40

Example 9
03:54

Preview 05:26

Example 10
01:00

Summary
04:28
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Capacitors and Inductors
29 Lectures 01:34:01
Introduction
02:27

Capacitor
06:28

Capacitance
02:24

Voltage-Current Relation in Capacitor
03:17

Energy Stored in Capacitor
06:20

DC Voltage and Practical capacitor
01:55

Example 1
00:42

Example 2
01:06

Example 3
04:51

Equivalent Capacitance of Parallel capacitors
02:26

Equivalent Capacitance of Series capacitors
02:58

Example 4
01:55

Definition of Inductors
05:52

Definition of Inductance
03:01

Voltage-Current Relation in Inductor
03:00

Power and Energy stored in Inductor
02:24

DC Source and Inductor
03:45

Example 5
02:06

Series Inductors
03:11

Parallel Inductors
03:33

Small Summary to 3 Basic Elements
02:24

Example 6
01:10

Example 7
04:48

Application Integrator
04:47

Example 8
03:24

Application Differentiator
02:26

Example 9
06:03

Summary
04:51

Bonus Lecture
00:27