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Ultimate Electric Circuits Course For Electrical Engineering

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Overview

Welcome To my Own course "Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Circuits" ,

This course is designed for Absolute Beginners who has Zero Knowledge about Electric Circuits , i start from Zero until you understand all the Fundamentals with Hundreds of Examples !!

This also for Students who wants to Refresh their Knowledge !

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.

Some of My students Reviews

Sally Davy

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"This instructor made the course really easy , i was having a lot of concern about joining the course ,but now it deserves every dollar i paid ."

John Bill

Rating: 5.0 out of 5

"Very Clear and Straight forward course , the instructor explained very well and smoothly"

Shammi

Rating: 5.0 out of 5

"Even though he has an ascent, but I am able to comprehend. I am now doing basic circuit electrical and he has all the topic that is good enough to understand the foundation especially on calculations."

Rating: 5.0 out of 5

"Nice course on simple electric circuit for beginners."

Wish you happy learning and see you in my course :)

Syllabus

• What is an Electrical Circuit
• System of Units
• Definition of an Electric charge
• Definition of an Electric Current
• Example 1
• Example 2
• Example 3
• Definition of the Voltage
• Definition of the Energy and Power
• Example 4
• Example 5
• Dependent and Independent sources
• Example 6
• Introduction to Basic Laws
• Definition of Resistance
• Ohm's Law
• Open and Short Circuit
• Fixed and Variable Resistance
• Linear and Non Linear Resistor
• Meaning of Conductance
• Example 1
• Example 2
• Example 3
• Branch,Node and Loops
• Series and Parallel Connection
• KCL
• KVL
• Example 4
• Example 5
• Example 6
• Series Resistors and Voltage Divison
• Parallel Resistors and Current Division
• Analogy between Resistance and Conductance
• Example 7
• Example 8
• Introduction to Delta Wye Transformation
• Delta to Wye Transformation
• Wye to Delta Transformation
• Example 9
• Example 10
• Application Lightning bulbs
• Example 11
• Introduction to Methods of Analysis
• Nodal Analysis With No Voltage Source
• Example 1
• Cramer's Method
• Nodal Analysis with Voltage source and Super Node
• Example 2
• Example 3
• Mesh Analysis
• Example 4
• Example 5
• Example 6
• Mesh Analysis with Current Source and SuperMesh
• Example 7
• Nodal Analysis by Inspection
• Example 8
• Example 9
• Example 10
• Nodal Vs Mesh Analysis
• Application DC Transistor Circuits
• Example 11
• Introduction to Circuit theorems
• Linearity of Circuit
• Example 1
• Superpostion Theorem
• Example 2
• Example 3
• Source Transformation
• Example 4
• Example 5
• Thevenin Theorem
• Example 6
• Example 7
• Norton's Theorem
• Example 8
• Example 9
• Maximum Power Transfer
• Example 10
• Summary
• Resistance Measurement
• Example 11
• Example 12
• Introduction To Operational Ampilifers
• Construction of Operational Amplifiers
• Equivalent Circuit of non Ideal Op Amp
• Vo Vs Vd Relation Curve
• Example 1
• Ideal Op Amp
• Example 2
• Inverting Amplifier
• Example 3
• Example 4
• Non Inverting Amplifier
• Example 5
• Summing Amplifier
• Example 6
• Difference amplifier
• Example 7
• Example 8
• Summary
• Introduction to Capacitors and Inductors
• Capacitor
• Capacitance
• Voltage Current Relation in Capacitor
• Energy Stored in Capacitor
• DC Voltage and Practical capacitor
• Example 1
• Example 2
• Example 3
• Equivalent Capacitance of Parallel capacitors
• Equivalent Capacitance of Series capacitors
• Example 4
• Definition of Inductors
• Definition of Inductance
• Voltage Current Relation in Inductor
• Power and Energy stored in Inductor
• DC Source and Inductor
• Example 5
• Series Inductors
• Parallel Inductors
• Small Summary to 3 Basic Elements
• Example 6
• Example 7
• Summary
• Application Integrator
• Example 8
• Application Differentiator
• Example 9

Ahmed Mahdy

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