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Author(s): Jason Gibson
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This course covers the essentials of engineering circuit analysis. Every topic is taught by detailed step by step solutions of engineering level circuits problems.
Engineering Circuit Analysis, also known as Circuit Theory, is difficult for most students primarily because the basic laws seem very simple. This leads the student to believe that the exam problems will not be too difficult, when in reality there is a large amount of technique in solving circuit problems. In other words, practicing circuit problems is absolutely essential to success in any circuits course.
Engineering Circuit Analysis: Volume 1 - 10 Hour Course
We begin this course assuming that the student knows absolutely nothing about electrical circuits. We start by explaining what voltage, current, and resistance mean in the context of a circuit. Once this is matered, we explain the circuit symbols and illustrate these with simple circuits. Ohm's law is covered next, which is absolutely essential in circuit theory, after which we explain Kirchhoff's Current Law and Kirchhoff's Voltage law. Numerous circuit problems are worked with these tools to give the student practice and confidence.
We finish up the course with detailed examples on series/parallel resistor arrangements, voltage divider circuits, and current divider circuits.
Engineering Circuit Analysis: Volume 2 - Node Voltage and Mesh Current Analysis Methods
We begin this course assuming that the student knows absolutely nothing about the solution methods to be learned. We introduce the node voltage method and provide many step-by-step solved problems to show the student how to handle various situations with Node Voltages. We also explore circuits with dependent sources using the node voltage method. Next, we introduce the Mesh Current solution method and solve many examples in a step by step fashion. We also introduce dependent sources into several circuits and show how to use the Mesh Current method to handle these situations.
Engineering Circuit Analysis: Volume 3 - Thevenin / Norton Equivalent Circuits & More
We begin this course assuming that the student knows absolutely nothing about the solution methods to be learned. We introduce the Thevenin Equivalent Circuits and provide many step-by-step solved problems to show the student how to handle various situations with Thevenin's Theorem. We also explore circuits with dependent sources using the Thevenin Equivalents. Next, we introduce the the Norton Equivalent Circuits and solve many examples in a step by step fashion. We also introduce dependent sources into several circuits and show how to use the Norton's Theorem method to handle these situations. Finally, we introduce Maximum Power Transfer and the theory of Superposition which can be useful in circuit analysis.
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