Circuit Analysis and Design I

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Some say circuit analysis can be considered a weed-out class for electrical engineering or other technical major in a number of university schools. You either pass or don’t pass. If you don’t pass, then it may be time to consider another major. Well, I don’t want you to get weeded out because the field of engineering is such a rewarding field.

This course is here to help you make sent out of circuit analysis. In your journey, you will learn analytical tools providing you insight about circuit behavior. This course is a first course in circuit analysis and the video below provides you with a big picture summary of three analytical courses.

Section 1Introduction, Symbols and Units
Lecture 1Definitions, symbols, Units - Part 1Free Preview

Lecture 2Definitions, Symbols, Units - Part 2
Lecture 3Definitions, Symbols, Units - Examples
Lecture 4Water Analogy
Section 2Circuit Variables
Lecture 5Circuit Variables: Current, Voltage and Power
Lecture 6Circuit Variables: Current, Voltage and Power (Examples)
Lecture 7. The Passive Sign Convention - Part 1
Lecture 8The Passive Sign Convention - Part 2
Lecture 9Measuring Voltage
Lecture 10Measuring Voltage In A Circuit
Section 3Element Constraints
Lecture 11 Electric DC Circuit Analysis - Ohm's Law & Element Constraints (Part 1)
Lecture 12 Electric DC Circuit Analysis - Ohm's Law & Element Constraints (Part 2)
Lecture 13 Electric DC Circuit Analysis - Ideal Voltage and Current Sources
Section 4Connection Constraints
Lecture 14KVL, KCL and Ohm's Law - Part 1
Lecture 15KVL, KCL and Ohm's Law - Part 2
Lecture 16KVL, KCL and Ohm's Law - Part 3
Lecture 17Series and Parallel Connection
Section 5Combined Constraints
Lecture 18Combined Constraints - Part 1
Lecture 19Combined Constraints - Part 2
Lecture 20Combined Constraints - Part 3
Lecture 21Combined Constraints - Part 4
Section 6Basic Circuit Analysis
Lecture 22Voltage Divider - Part 1
Lecture 23Voltage Divider - Part 2
Lecture 24Analog and Digital Potentiometer
Lecture 25Current Division
Lecture 26Application - R-2R Ladder Circuit
Section 7Circuit Reduction
Lecture 27Circuit Reduction - Part 1
Lecture 28Circuit Reduction - Part 1
Section 8Circuit Analysis Techniques - Node Analysis
Lecture 29Introduction to Nodal Analysis
Lecture 30How to do Nodal Analysis - Example 1
Lecture 31How to do Nodal Analysis - Example 2
Lecture 32Node Voltage Analysis B y Inspection
Lecture 33
Section 9Circuit Analysis Techniques - Mesh Analysis
Lecture 34How to do Mesh Analysis - Part 1
Lecture 35How to do Mesh Analysis - Part 2
Lecture 36How to do Mesh Analysis - Part 3
Section 10Circuit Analysis - Linear Properties
Lecture 37Linearity, Proportionality and Additivity - Part 1
Lecture 38Linearity, Proportionality and Additivity - Part 2
Lecture 39Additivity and the Superposition Principle - Part 3
Lecture 40Linearity Properties - Superposition Principle and Circuits - Part 4
Section 11Thevenin and Norton Equivalent
Lecture 41Thevenin and Norton Equivalent - Part 1
Lecture 42Thevenin and Norton Equivalent - Part 2
Lecture 43Thevenin and Norton Equivalent - Part 3
Lecture 44Thevenin and Norton Equivalent - Part 4
Lecture 45Thevenin and Norton Equivalent - Part 5
Lecture 46Thevenin and Norton Equivalent - Part 6
Lecture 47Thevenin and Norton Equivalent - Part 7
Section 12Maximum Signal Transfer
Lecture 48Maximum Signal Transfer - Part 1
Lecture 49Maximum Signal Transfer - Part 2