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About This Course

Who this course is for:

  • People without an engineering background
  • Electrical Engineers

What you’ll learn: 

  • The basic principles behind electrical power engineering
  • The difference between alternating current and direct current
  • Ohm’s law
  • How to use and apply Kirchhoff’s current law
  • How alternating current works
  • How capacitors work and how they affect the AC & DC systems
  • How inductors works and how they affect the AC & DC systems
  • How electricity and magnetism are linked
  • How to create a DC motor


  • A basic knowledge of trigonometry and understand sin, cos and tan equations

This module has been written to teach non-engineers the basics of electrical power engineering, and will also act as a useful revision tool for electrical graduate engineers or those engineers new to the industry. The course uses detailed illustrations and simple explanations to convey the topics involved.

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned about power engineering principles.

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Course Curriculum

1h 34m

Section 1 - Electrical Power Engineering Module 1
Introduction 00:00:00
Electrical Principles 00:00:00
Basic Electrical Laws 00:00:00
Vectors 00:00:00
Electromagnetism 00:00:00
Alternating Current 00:00:00
Resistors 00:00:00
Capacitors 00:00:00
Inductors 00:00:00
Power 00:00:00

Course Reviews


3 ratings
  1. Anonymous

    Just enough in the right amount of time


    if you need to know or need to review what you believed you knew, this is perfect. Especially if you need to explain it to someone else.

  2. Anonymous

    Power Engineering Principles


    Very interesting.

  3. Anonymous
    Joseph Chikonde August 3, 2019 at 04:00 AM

    Power Engineering Principles


    Very clear and well presented for a person without a background in electrical engineering to grasp the basic concepts.