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Current Electricity In Depth And Basics Of DC Circuits
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9 STUDENTS
9h 47m

Learn current electricity and simulation of Electrical circuits – recommended for Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Course Skill Level
Beginner
Time Estimate
9h 47m

### Instructor

I am Swarit Mahalsekar, a biomedical engineer, I am also an online instructor at more than 3 platforms. I am also the founder of the "practical-buddy" website for analog electronics. I had done lots of projects regarding electronics so I have good knowledge of using different software like Thinkercad, Proteus, Eagle, etc. So whatever course I would be launching I will make sure that I will not only teach you the concepts theoretically but also enhancing your technical skills with the h

Who this course is for:

• Those who are curious to learn Arduino
• Those who are curious to learn electronics
• Those who are curious to learn electric circuits
• Those who are curious to learn simulation software
• Anyone opting for electrical or electronics engineering

What you’ll learn:

• Some basic concepts of current electricity like current, voltage, resistor, etc along with introduction to Tinkercad software
• Different techniques to solve complex circuits along with simulation of that circuits on the Tinkercad software
• Network Theory concepts (Mesh, super-mesh, Nodal analysis, Voltage and current divider techniques, Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorem)
• Simulation of different circuits on Tinkercad software
• How to operate voltmeter, ammeter and multimeter
• How to measure voltage and current of any circuit and resistance of any resistor
• How to generate different ac signals like Sine wave, Square wave and Triangular wave
• How to convert any complex circuit into it’s simple form

Requirements:

• Basic algebra for mathematical calculations or scientific calculator

I divided this course into two parts. In the first part, you will be learning some basic concepts of current electricity in great depth and an introduction to Tinkercad software. After completing 1st part, you will start the 2nd part and in that, you will be learning the complex circuitry and its simulation on the Tinkercad software.

I will not only teach you the traditional methods to solve complex circuitry, but at the same time, I will also provide you with some shortcut tricks which will help you to solve that circuit quickly.

Part 1: Current Electricity and introduction to the Tinkercad software

1. Difference between conductors and insulators
2. What is a current?
3. What is a resistor and how to find its value?
4. What is Voltage?
5. What is power and how we can calculate it?
6. Difference between Ac and Dc Circuits?
7. Ohm’s Law with experiment
8. Series and Parallel circuits + Numericals

After lecture 7th you will be introduced to the Tinkercad software.

Part 2: Electrical Circuits and its simulation in Tinkercad software

What are nodes, meshes, and loops?

• KVL and KCL rule
• Mesh analysis
• Supermesh analysis
• Nodal analysis
• Voltage and Current divider rule
• Thevenin’s Law
• Norton’s Law

Simulation is done on Tinkercad Software.

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned basic concepts of current electricity.

10 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.

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### Course Curriculum

 Section 1 - Introduction Course Overview 00:00:00 Section 2 - Current Electricity Conductors, Insulators And Semiconductors 00:00:00 What Is A Current? 00:00:00 Resistor 00:00:00 What Is Voltage? 00:00:00 Power 00:00:00 Difference Between Ac And Dc Signals 00:00:00 Section 3 - Introduction To Tinkercad Software Basics Of Tinkercad Software (Dc Signal Analysis) 00:00:00 Understanding Different Ac Signal, Dc Offset Voltage And Concept Of Frequency 00:00:00 Understanding The Concept Of Time And Frequency In Depth On Tinkercad Software 00:00:00 Section 4 - Ohm's Law Introduction To Ohm’s Law 00:00:00 Experimental Analysis Of Ohm’s Law Experiment 1 00:00:00 Experimental Analysis Of Ohm’s Law Experiment 2 00:00:00 Ohm’s Law Conclusion 00:00:00 Section 5 - Series And Parallel Circuits Introduction To Series And Parallel Circuits 00:00:00 Basic Numerical On Series And Parallel Circuits 00:00:00 Numerical On The Combination Of Series Parallel Circuits 00:00:00 Complex Numerical On Series Parallel Circuit 00:00:00 Section 6 - Electrical Circuits Concept Of Nodes, Meshes And Loops 00:00:00 Section 7 - KVL And KCL Law Introduction To Kirchoff’s Voltage Law 00:00:00 Introduction To Kirchoff’s Current Law 00:00:00 Basic Numericals On KVL And KCL 00:00:00 Section 8 - Mesh Analysis Understanding Mesh Analysis 00:00:00 Solving Circuit With Two Meshes In A Loop Using Mesh Analysis 00:00:00 Simulation Of The Above Circuit 00:00:00 Solving Circuit With Three Meshes In A Loop Using Mesh Analysis 00:00:00 Simulation Of The Above Circuit 00:00:00 Shortcut Trick To Solve Mesh Analysis 00:00:00 Section 9 - Supermesh Analysis Basics Of Supermesh 00:00:00 Example Of Supermesh 00:00:00 Supermesh Numerical 00:00:00 Section 10 - Nodal Analysis Understanding Definition And Basic Concept Of Nodal Analysis 00:00:00 Nodal Analysis Example 00:00:00 Numerical On Nodal Analysis 00:00:00 Simulation Of Nodal Analysis Circuit Part 1 00:00:00 Simulation Of Nodal Analysis Part 2 00:00:00 Section 11 - Voltage Divider Technique Introduction To Voltage Divider Technique 00:00:00 Numerical On Voltage Divider Technique 00:00:00 Example Of Voltage Divider Technique 00:00:00 Section 12 - Current Divider Technique Introduction To Current Divider Technique 00:00:00 Numerical On Current Divider Rule 00:00:00 Section 13 - Thevenin's Theorem Introduction To Thevenin’s Theorem 00:00:00 Numerical On Thevenin’ Theorem 00:00:00 Section 14 - Norton's Theorem Introduction To Norton’s Theorem 00:00:00 Numerical On Norton’s Theorem 00:00:00
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