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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 WyeDelta Transformations and Viceversa

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 DigitaltoAnalog 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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John Bill
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"Very Clear and Straight forward course , the instructor explained very well and smoothly"
Shammi
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"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."
Muhammad Shoaib Khan
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"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
 Cascaded Op Amp Circuits
 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
Taught by
Ahmed Mahdy