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Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 37 lectures (4h 38m) | Size: 1.42 GB
Fundamentals of circuit theory. Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's law, Thevenin's theorem, Norton's theorem, Maximum Power Theorem
What you'll learn
To understand the concepts of Basic Units of electrical engineering.
To understand the concepts of Basic definitions of different terms used in circuit theory
To understand the concepts of basic elements used in circuit theory also commonly used in electrical engineering
To learn the analysis of electrical circuits by basic law's, DC theorems and Kirchhoff's law
To understand the concepts to solve the electrical circuits
To provide a systematic approach for analysis of circuits and solution of electric circuits
Student shall be able to understand and analyze the series, parallel and series-parallel combination of the elements.
Basic mathematics of class 12
This course is designed for the students of 12th class and first year engineering students for all branches where the course Basic Electrical Engineering is in their curriculum. In this course student shall be able to understand the basic units, derived units, basic electrical elements, combination of elements, analysis of the given circuit in terms of voltage, current and power. Also student shall be able to analyze the circuit by using Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's law, Thevenin's theorem, Norton's Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. After completion of this course student can solve the circuit. Student can learn different types of input signals used in circuit theory.
This is basic course by which fundamentals are clear and can be helpful to analyze the circuit. In this course student shall be under stand the series, parallel and series-parallel combination of the circuit elements. Student shall be able to formulate the equilibrium equations using Kirchhoff's law, mesh analysis and nodal analysis for DC circuits. This Circuit theory course provides you the knowledge of basic principles that you need to understand the behavior of electric circuits. A step by step procedure emphasizes principles and concepts. Solved examples step by steps are provided in each section also unsolved problems with answers will be provided. This course clears the student's doubts about the analysis of given circuit.
Who this course is for
Students of class 12, B. Tech of first year students for all branches of engineering.
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