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Ultimate Electric Circuits Masterclass For Beginners
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Learn the main concepts of electricity and become fluent with circuits in this electric circuit masterclass.

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Course Skill Level
Beginner
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28h 17m

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I am Ahmed Mahdy an electrical power engineer, researcher, and the founder of Khadija Academy. I am also an electrical bestselling instructor and have helped more than 70,000 students from 191 countries achieve career success with simple and easy courses in the last 7 years.​ In addition to having a YouTube educational engineering channel called" Khadija Academy", where I regularly post videos related to electrical engineering. Some of my published research works in the top electrical eng

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About This Course

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants knowledge about electric circuits
  • Anyone interested to know the main concepts of electric circuits

What you’ll learn: 

  • Basics concepts and laws of electric circuits
  • Methods of analysis
  • Circuit theorems and circuits
  • Capacitors and inductors
  • Electric circuit simulations using MATLAB

Requirements: 

  • No prior knowledge of electric circuits
  • Simple mathematics knowledge

This is the only course with everything you need to know about the basics of electric circuits for beginners. This electric circuit masterclass starts with the basic concepts of electricity to the level you will be very familiar with circuits.

Throughout the course, you will learn: 

Basics concepts of electric circuits: This will help you understand the basic definitions of electricity, including voltage, current, power, and more.

Basic laws of electric circuits: This part will teach you about the branches, nodes, KVL, KCL, Ohm’s law, and Delta-Wye transformations.

Methods of analysis: You will learn how to analyze electric circuits using nodal and mesh analysis.

Circuit theorems: In this part, you will learn more advanced circuit analysis techniques such as the superposition theorem, source transformation theorem, Thevenin theorem, Norton theorem, and maximum power transfer.

Operational amplifiers: An introduction to operational amplifiers, including inverting, non-inverting, summing, difference, and cascaded amplifiers; these amplifiers are helpful in inverting or amplification or adding or subtracting different input signals.

Capacitors and inductors: These components are essential in the electrical system and other applications. You will find inductors as a representation of electrical machines and capacitors that can be used in power factor correction.

First-order circuits: These circuits are composed of resistors and inductors or resistors and capacitors. We will understand how to analyze them in the free and forced responses.

Basics of AC circuits: AC power or alternating power is what we have in our homes. We will learn about them and the difference between them and AC circuits.

Analysis of AC circuits: In this part, we will start analyzing our AC circuits with the different theorems discussed at the beginning of the course.

Resonant circuits: In this part, we will discuss both series and parallel resonant circuits; these circuits have a crucial effect on electric circuits and have practical applications.

Electric circuit simulations using MATLAB: We will learn the simulation of many electric circuits in the well-known simulation program MATLAB Simulink. This will be a fun part to increase your knowledge about electric circuits.

All of these topics are in step-by-step lessons with many solved examples.

Bonus Gift:

  • 458 Pages of Electric Circuits Course Slides
  • 95 Pages of Electrical Resonance Course Slides

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Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Basic Concepts
Introduction To Electrical Systems 00:00:00
Electric Circuits, Charges, And Current 00:00:00
Solved Examples 1 00:00:00
Voltage, Energy, And Power 00:00:00
Solved Examples 2 00:00:00
Dependent And Independent Source 00:00:00
Cathode Ray Tube And Electricity Bills 00:00:00
Electric Circuits Slides 00:00:00
Resonance in Electric Systems 00:00:00
Section 2 - Basic Laws
Introduction To Basic Laws 00:00:00
Ohm’s Law And Conductance 00:00:00
Solved Examples 1 00:00:00
Branch, Nodes, Loops, Series, And Parallel Connection 00:00:00
Kirchhoff’s Laws KVL And KCL 00:00:00
Solved Examples 2 00:00:00
Voltage Division, Current Division, Analogy Between Resistance And Conductance 00:00:00
Solved Examples 3 00:00:00
Delta-Wye And Wye-Delta Transformations 00:00:00
Solved Examples 4 00:00:00
Application On Basic Laws With Solved Examples 00:00:00
Section 3 - Methods Of Analysis
Methods Of Analysis And Nodal Analysis With No Voltage Source 00:00:00
Solved Example 1 00:00:00
Nodal Analysis With A Voltage Source 00:00:00
Solved Examples 2 00:00:00
Mesh Analysis With No Current Source 00:00:00
Solved Examples 3 00:00:00
Mesh Analysis With A Current Source 00:00:00
Solved Example 4 00:00:00
Nodal vs Mesh Analysis 00:00:00
Application Transistor Circuit With A Solved Example 00:00:00
Section 4 - Circuit Theorems
Introduction To Circuit Theorems 00:00:00
Superposition Theorem 00:00:00
Example 1 On Superposition Theorem 00:00:00
Example 2 On Superposition Theorem 00:00:00
Source Transformation Theorem 00:00:00
Example 1 On Source Transformation Theorem 00:00:00
Example 2 On Source Transformation Theorem 00:00:00
Thevenin Theorem 00:00:00
Example 1 On Thevenin Theorem 00:00:00
Example 2 On Thevenin Theorem 00:00:00
Norton Theorem 00:00:00
Example 1 On Norton Theorem 00:00:00
Example 2 On Norton Theorem 00:00:00
Maximum Power Transfer 00:00:00
Example On Maximum Power Transfer 00:00:00
Section 5 - Operational Amplifiers
Introduction To Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Example On Non Ideal Op Amp 00:00:00
Construction Of Ideal Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Example On Ideal Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Construction Of Inverting Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Example 1 On Inverting Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Example 2 On Inverting Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Construction Of Non Inverting Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Example On Non Inverting Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Construction Of Summing Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Example On Summing Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Construction Of Difference Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Example On Difference Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Cascaded Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Example On Cascaded Operational Amplifiers 00:00:00
Digital To Analog Converter 00:00:00
Example On Digital To Analog Converter 00:00:00
Instrumentation Amplifiers 00:00:00
Example On Instrumentation Amplifiers 00:00:00
Section 6 - Capacitors And Inductors
Introduction To Capacitors 00:00:00
Equations Of A Capacitor 00:00:00
Solved Examples On Capacitors 00:00:00
Series And Parallel Capacitors 00:00:00
Solved Examples On Series And Parallel Capacitors 00:00:00
Introduction To Inductors 00:00:00
Solved Examples On Inductors 00:00:00
Series And Parallel Inductors 00:00:00
Solved Examples On Series And Parallel Indcutors 00:00:00
Application Integrator 00:00:00
Application Differentiator 00:00:00
Section 7 - First Order Circuits - Source-Free
Introduction To First Order Circuits 00:00:00
Source-Free RC Circuit 00:00:00
Example 1 On Source-Free RC Circuit 00:00:00
Example 2 On Source-Free RC Circuit 00:00:00
Source-Free RL Circuit 00:00:00
Example 1 On Source-Free RL Circuit 00:00:00
Example 2 On Source-Free RL Circuit 00:00:00
Section 8 - First Order Circuits - Step Response
Step Response Of An RC Circuit 00:00:00
Example 1 On Step Response Of An RC Circuit 00:00:00
Example 2 On Step Response Of An RC Circuit 00:00:00
Step Response Of An RL Circuit 00:00:00
Example 1 On Step Response Of An RL Circuit 00:00:00
Example 2 On Step Response Of An RL Circuit 00:00:00
Section 9 - Basics Of AC Circuits
Introduction To AC Electric Circuits 00:00:00
Solved Examples 1 00:00:00
Phasor Representation Of AC 00:00:00
Solved Examples 2 00:00:00
Phasor Relationshipe For Circuit Elements 00:00:00
Impedance And Admittance 00:00:00
Kirchhoff’s Law And Impedance Combinations In The Frequency Domain 00:00:00
Solved Example 1 On Impedance Combination 00:00:00
Solved Example 2 On Voltage Division 00:00:00
Solved Example 3 On Impedance Combination 00:00:00
Section 10 - Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis
Solved Example 1 On Nodal Analysis 00:00:00
Solved Example 2 On Nodal Analysis 00:00:00
Solved Example 1 On Mesh Analysis 00:00:00
Solved Example 2 On Mesh Analysis 00:00:00
Solved Example 1 On Superposition Theorem 00:00:00
Solved Example 2 On Superposition Theorem 00:00:00
Solved Example On Source Transformation 00:00:00
Solved Example 1 On Thevenin Theorem 00:00:00
Solved Example 2 On Thevenin Theorem 00:00:00
Solved Example On Norton Theorem 00:00:00
Section 11 - AC Power Analysis
Introduction To AC Power Analysis 00:00:00
Instantaneous Power And Average Power 00:00:00
Solved Examples 1 00:00:00
Maximum Average Power Transfer 00:00:00
Solved Examples 2 00:00:00
Effective Or RMS Value In AC Circuits 00:00:00
Solved Examples 3 00:00:00
Apparent Power And Power Factor 00:00:00
Solved Examples 4 00:00:00
Complex Power And Power Triangle 00:00:00
Solved Examples 5 00:00:00
Power Factor Correction 00:00:00
Solved Example 6 00:00:00
Section 12 - Series Resonant Circuit
Introduction To Resonance In Electric Systems 00:00:00
Definition And Equations Of A Series Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Quality Factor Of A Series Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Total Impedance vs Frequency In A Series Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Bandwidth And Selectivity Curve In A Series Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Derivation Of Cutoff Frequencies 00:00:00
Example 1 On Series Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Example 2 On Series Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Example 3 On Series Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Example 4 On Series Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Example 5 On Series Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Section 13 - Parallel Resonant Circuit
Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Unity Power Factor Of A Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Maximum Impedance Of A Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Quality Factor Of A Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Bandwidth And Cutoff Frequencies Of A Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Effect Of High Quality Factor Of A Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Example 1 On Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Example 2 On Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Example 3 On Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Example 4 On Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Example 5 On Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
Example 6 On Parallel Resonant Circuit 00:00:00
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