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The Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering is the best way for you to gain deep insight and knowledge of this topic. You will learn from industry experts and obtain an accredited certificate after completing the course. Enrol now for a limited-time discounted price.

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The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.

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Upon successful completion, you will qualify for the UK and internationally-recognised certification and you can choose to make your achievement formal by obtaining your PDF Certificate at a cost of £9 and Hard Copy Certificate for £15.

Why study this course

Whether you’re an existing practitioner or aspiring professional, this course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with key skills and an accredited qualification attesting to your knowledge.

The Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering is open to all, with no formal entry requirements. All you need is a passion for learning, a good understanding of the English language, numeracy and IT, and to be over the age of 16.

Course Curriculum

Unit 1- Basic Concepts
Module 1- What Is an Electric Circuit 00:02:00
Module 2-System of Units 00:07:00
Module 3- What Is an Electric Charge 00:05:00
Module 4- What Is an Electric Current 00:08:00
Module 5-Example 1 00:01:00
Module 6- Example 2 00:02:00
Module 7- Example 3 00:02:00
Module 8- What Is Voltage 00:07:00
Module 9- What Is Power 00:06:00
Module 10- What Is Energy 00:04:00
Module 11- Example 4 00:03:00
Module 12- Example 5 00:02:00
Module 13- Dependent and Independent Sources 00:05:00
Module 14- Example 6 Part 1 00:04:00
Module 15- Example 6 Part 2 00:01:00
Module 16- Application 1 Cathode Ray Tube 00:04:00
Module 17-Example 7 00:04:00
Module 18- Application 2 Electricity Bills 00:02:00
Module 19- Example 8 00:03:00
Unit 2- Basic Laws
Module 1- Introduction to Basic Laws 00:01:00
Module 2- Definition of Resistance 00:06:00
Module 3- Ohm’s Law 00:02:00
Module 4- Types of Resistances 00:06:00
Module 5- Open and Short Circuit 00:05:00
Module 6- Definition of Conductance 00:04:00
Module 7- Example 1 00:02:00
Module 8- Example 2 00:03:00
Module 9- Example 3 00:03:00
Module 10- Branch, Node and Loops 00:07:00
Module 11- Series and Parallel Connection 00:04:00
Module 12- KCL 00:04:00
Module 13- KVL 00:03:00
Module 14- Example 4 00:05:00
Module 15- Example 5 00:02:00
Module 16- Example 6 00:06:00
Module 17- Series Resistors and Voltage Division 00:07:00
Module 18-Parallel Resistors and Current Division 00:12:00
Module 19- Analogy between Resistance and Conductance 00:07:00
Module 20-Example 7 00:03:00
Module 21-Example 8 00:04:00
Module 22- Introduction to Delta-Wye Connection 00:06:00
Module 23-Delta to Wye Transformation 00:05:00
Module 24- Wye to Delta Transformation 00:07:00
Module 25-Example 9 00:03:00
Module 26- Example 10 00:15:00
Module 27- Application Lighting Bulbs 00:03:00
Module 28-Example 11 00:05:00
Unit 3- Methods of Analysis
Module 1- Introduction to Methods of Analysis 00:02:00
Module 2- Nodal Analysis with No Voltage Source 00:15:00
Module 3- Example 1 00:06:00
Module 4-Cramer’s Method 00:04:00
Module 5-Nodal Analysis with Voltage Source 00:07:00
Module 6- Example 2 00:05:00
Module 7- Example 3 00:13:00
Module 8-Mesh Analysis with No Current Source 00:10:00
Module 9-Example 4 00:04:00
Module 10- Example 5 00:06:00
Module 11-Mesh Analysis with Current Source 00:07:00
Module 12-Example 6 00:08:00
Module 13-Nodal Vs Mesh Analysis 00:04:00
Module 14-Application DC Transistor 00:04:00
Module 15-Example 7 00:04:00
Unit 4- Circuit Theorems
Module 1-Introduction to Circuit theorems 00:02:00
Module 2-Linearity of Circuit 00:07:00
Module 3-Example 1 00:04:00
Module 4-Superposition Theorem 00:07:00
Module 5- Example 2 00:04:00
Module 6-Example 3 00:06:00
Module 7-Source Transformation 00:08:00
Module 8-Example 4 00:05:00
Module 9-Example 5 00:03:00
Module 10-Thevenin Theorem 00:10:00
Module 11-Example 6 00:06:00
Module 12-Example 7 00:05:00
Module 13- Norton’s Theorem 00:05:00
Module 14-Example 8 00:03:00
Module 15-Example 9 00:05:00
Module 16-Maximum Power Transfer 00:05:00
Module 17-Example 10 00:03:00
Module 18-Resistance Measurement 00:05:00
Module 19-Example 11 00:01:00
Module 20-Example 12 00:04:00
Module 21-Summary 00:05:00
Unit 5- Operational Amplifiers
Module 1-Introduction to Operational Amplifiers 00:03:00
Module 2-Construction of Operational Amplifiers 00:07:00
Module 3-Equivalent Circuit of non Ideal Op Amp 00:10:00
Module 4-Vo Vs Vd Relation Curve 00:03:00
Module 5-Example 1 00:09:00
Module 6-Ideal Op Amp 00:07:00
Module 7- Example 2 00:04:00
Module 8-Inverting Amplifier 00:05:00
Module 9-Example 3 00:02:00
Module 10-Example 4 00:02:00
Module 11-Non Inverting Amplifier 00:08:00
Module 12-Example 5 00:03:00
Module 13-Summing Amplifier 00:05:00
Module 14-Example 6 00:02:00
Module 15-Difference amplifier 00:06:00
Module 16-Example 7 00:08:00
Module 17-Cascaded Op Amp Circuits 00:06:00
Module 18-Example 8 00:04:00
Module 19-Application Digital to Analog Converter 00:06:00
Module 20-Example 9 00:04:00
Module 21-Instrumentation Amplifiers 00:05:00
Module 22-Example 10 00:01:00
Module 23-Summary 00:04:00
Unit 6- Capacitors and Inductors
Module 1-Introduction to Capacitors and Inductors 00:02:00
Module 2-Capacitor 00:06:00
Module 3-Capacitance 00:02:00
Module 4-Voltage-Current Relation in Capacitor 00:03:00
Module 5-Energy Stored in Capacitor 00:06:00
Module 6-DC Voltage and Practical Capacitor 00:02:00
Module 7-Example 1 00:01:00
Module 8-Example 2 00:01:00
Module 9-Example 3 00:05:00
Module 10-Equivalent Capacitance of Parallel Capacitors 00:02:00
Module 11-Equivalent Capacitance of Series Capacitors 00:03:00
Module 12-Example 4 00:02:00
Module 13-Definition of Inductors 00:06:00
Module 14-Definition of Inductance 00:03:00
Module 15-Voltage-Current Relation in Inductor 00:03:00
Module 16-Power and Energy Stored in Inductor 00:02:00
Module 17-DC Source and Inductor 00:04:00
Module 18-Example 5 00:02:00
Module 19-Series Inductors 00:03:00
Module 20-Parallel Inductors 00:04:00
Module 21-Example 6 00:01:00
Module 22-Small Summary to 3 Basic Elements 00:02:00
Module 23-Example 7 00:05:00
Module 24-Application Integrator 00:05:00
Module 25-Example 8 00:03:00
Module 26-Application Differentiator 00:02:00
Module 27-Example 9 00:06:00
Module 28-Summary 00:05:00
Assignment
Assignment -Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering 00:00:00
  • £425.00 £25.00 ex Vat
  • 1 year
  • Number of Units135
  • Number of Quizzes0
  • 10 hours, 19 minutes

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