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Complete Electric Circuits Course for Electrical Engineering

Learn the fundamentals of electric circuits from scratch with dozens of examples for electrical engineering students

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Welcome To Our Course "Complete Electric Circuits Course For Electrical Engineering" 


This course is designed for absolute beginners who have zero knowledge about electric circuits, I start from zero until you understand all the fundamentals with hundreds of examples !!


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 the 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 difference between series and parallel connection

✔️ Definition of the Nodes, Branches and loops in Electric circuit

✔️ Definition of the Kirchhoff's laws

✔️ Definition of Kirchhoff current law

✔️ Definition of Kirchhoff voltage law

✔️ Series resistor and voltage division

✔️ Know parallel resistor and current division

✔️ 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 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.

Goals

  • Basic concepts of electricity as electric charge, current, voltage and more
  • Basic elements and their equivalent circuits such as resistance, inductance and capacitor.
  • Basic laws as KCL, KVL, Ohm's law and Delta-Wye transformations.
  • Methods of analysis as nodal and mesh analysis.
  • Circuit theorems as Norton, Thevenin, source transformation and maximum power transfer.
  • Different operational amplifiers as inverting, non inverting, summing, etc.

Prerequisites

  • Internet Connection Only
  • Desire for Knowledge
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Curriculum

  • What Is An Electric Circuit ?
    02:21
    Preview
  • System of Units
    06:47
    Preview
  • Reference Book
  • What Is An Electric Charge ?
    05:10
  • What Is An Electric Current ?
    08:03
  • Example 1
    01:09
  • Example 2
    02:21
  • Example 3
    02:21
  • What Is Voltage ?
    07:21
  • What Is Power ?
    05:52
  • What Is Energy ?
    03:39
  • Example 4
    02:33
  • Example 5
    02:20
  • Dependent and Independent Sources
    07:21
  • Example 6 Part 1
    03:37
  • Example 6 Part 2
    01:22
  • Application 1 Cathode Ray Tube
    03:44
  • Example 7
    03:54
  • Application 2 Electricity Bills
    01:57
  • Example 8
    02:50
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