Electrical, Electronics and Two Port Network Analysis

Numericals on Fundamentals of DC Circuit Analysis

This course has been created to help you understand the fundamentals and applications of DC Circuit Analysis.

What you’ll learn

  • Numericals on Fundamentals of Electric DC Circuits.
  • Numericals on Nodes, Junctions, Mesh and Loops.
  • Numericals on Bilateral and Unilateral Elements, Linear and Non-Linear Elements, Lumped and Distributed Elements.
  • Numericals on Series and Parallel connection of elements.
  • Numericals on Star to Delta, Delta to Star Conversion.
  • Numericals on Ideal and Practical i) Voltage Sources ii) Current sources.
  • Numericals on Know the difference between Dependent and Independent Sources.
  • Numericals on Kirchhoff’s laws (KVL and KCL).
  • Numericals on Voltage & Current Divider Theorem.
  • Numericals on Mesh Analysis.
  • Numericals on Loop Analysis.
  • Numericals on Nodal Analysis.
  • Numericals on Superposition Theorem.
  • Numericals on Thevenin’s Theorem.
  • Numericals on Norton’s Theorem.
  • Numericals on Maximum Power Transfer Theorem.
  • Numericals on Millman’s Theorem.

Course Content

  • Numerical on Fundamentals of Electric DC Circuits –> 7 lectures • 1hr 43min.
  • Voltage & Current Sources, Kirchhoff’s laws, Voltage and Current Divider Theorem –> 7 lectures • 1hr 19min.
  • Application of Mesh & Loop Analysis for DC Circuits –> 5 lectures • 1hr 56min.
  • Application of theorems –> 7 lectures • 2hr 7min.
  • Application of Maximum Power Transfer Theorem & Millman’s Theorem –> 3 lectures • 1hr.

Electrical, Electronics and Two Port Network Analysis

Requirements

  • No prior knowledge required.

This course has been created to help you understand the fundamentals and applications of DC Circuit Analysis.

  1. Definition of various circuit elements
  2. Unilateral and Bilateral elements and networks
  3. Ideal & Practical Voltage & Current Sources
  4. Dependent and Independent Sources
  5. Analysis of Network by Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law Analysis
  6. Series and Parallel Circuits: Application of Series and Parallel Connections, Properties, Comparison, and Equivalent resistance
  7. Mesh Analysis: Concept and its Applications
  8. Super Mesh Analysis: Special Case of Mesh Analysis
  9. Analysis of Electrical and Electronics Circuits using Thevenin’s Theorem
  10. Analysis of Electrical and Electronics Circuits using Circuit Divider Theorem
  11. Analysis of Electrical and Electronics Circuits using Voltage Divider Theorem
  12. Simplification and Analysis of Electrical Circuits using Star/Delta Transformation
  13. Analysis of Network by Nodal Analysis using Kirchhoff’s Current Law and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law
  14. Super Node Method: Special Case of Nodal Analysis using Kirchhoff’s Current Law and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law
  15. Concept of Milliman’s Theorem and Dual of Milliman’s Theorem and its applications

Downloadable document added for each topic to increase understanding and for future reference.

2 quizzes added at the end of the course to test your understanding of each topic.

Intended Outcomes for the course:

Upon completion of the course students should be able to:

  1. Use basic electrical DC concepts and theorems to analyze circuits.
  2. Be able to solve a multiple source circuit using above mentioned theorems