Georgia Institute of Technology via Coursera
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Module 1: Background:
Background information on electricity, resistors, and circuit diagrams
Module 2: Resistive Circuits:
Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Law, Resistors in series and in parallel, Systematic Solution Methods, Physical applications, and Lab demos
Module 3: Reactive Circuits:
Capacitors, Inductors, First and Second Order Differential Equations, RC and RL and RLC circuit steady-state and transient response to a DC source, Physical applications, Lab demos
Module 4: Frequency Analysis:
AC response, Impedance, Transfer functions, Frequency response, Filtering, Applications, Lab demos
Real and reactive power, power factor, transformers
Each module has a quiz associated with it, where the modules that take longer are assigned more credit in grading. Each week has a homework associated with it that is due at the end of the week.
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