Electric Circuit Analysis - Part I

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A proper learning tool which helps you in solving various circuits - Series, Parallel

5 students enrolled

Created by
Design Lead Prasanna Bharathi S

Last updated 6/2016

English

What Will I Learn?

- The students can clearly differentiate between series and parallel circuits
- They will be able to calculate the equivalent resistance in series and parallel circuits
- They can calculate the current, voltage and power dissipated in every resistor in both series and parallel circuits
- Kirchoff Current and Voltage Law, Current Division Rule and Voltage Division Rule are analysed

Requirements

- Just the basics of Electric Circuits - like Current, Voltage, Power, Resistance, Ohm's Law, Kirchoff's Laws

Description

This course starts with the basic idea about circuits, ohm's law, Kirchoff's laws. The simplification of series and parallel circuits is analyzed in great depth. The course also gives an in depth analysis of Series and Parallel circuits (calculation of I, V, P).

The Course helps the students to solve the problems involving Series and Parallel circuit elements. The Power Dissipation in the individual Resistors are calculated.

I have designed this course as six Sections:

- Section 1 deals with the Ohm's Law and the Introduction about Series and Parallel Circuits
- Section 2 stresses on how to calculate the Equivalent Resistance for a circuit which has circuit elements both in Series and Parallel fashion
- Section 3 analyzes the Series Circuits - Calculation of Voltage drop and the Power Dissipation in the individual Resistors
- Section 4 explores the Parallel Circuits - Calculation of Current and the Power Dissipation in the individual Resistors
- Section 5 analyzes the circuits which are having both the Series and Parallel Combination of Circuit elements
- Section 6 deals with the Kirchoff Current and Voltage Law, Current Division rule and Voltage Division Rule

Who is the target audience?

- Those who want to know how to solve the series and parallel circuits - DC analysis
- AC analysis is done in Electric circuit analysis - Part III which will be released shortly
- Those who have passion for Electric circuits of any age group who wants to know about Series & Parallel circuit calculations

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