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# Complete the Foundational Principles of Electrical Engineering Course

## Complete the Foundational Principles of Electrical Engineering Course

### Analyze DC Electric Circuits

#### What you’ll learn

Complete the Foundational Principles of Electrical Engineering Course

• Electrical Engineering Foundations:
• The Function of Electricity
• Electrical Calculations
• Analyze a circuit theorem for an electric circuit.

• Math Basics

#### Description

Students in other fields as well as electrical engineering students may take this course on electrical circuit analysis.

In the first section of the course, basic definitions and an overview of how basic circuits and electrical devices work are given.

Throughout the course, there are many examples with answers, and the level of difficulty increases as the course goes on (each example is harder than the last) to help students understand the theory.

#### Electrical Fundamentals, Chapter 1

• An Introduction to Electrical Engineering

• Matter

• Electron theory

• Magnetism

• electricity

• Electromagnetism

• Use of electromagnetism

Electrical Formulas (Chapter 2):

• Ohm’s Law

• Power Formula

• Electrical Energy

• electricity bill

Basic Electric Circuits (Chapter 3):

• Electrical sources

• The difference between a node, a loop, and a branch

• series circuits

I.Current

Resistance II.

A Drop in Voltage

IV voltage divider.

Aiding and opposing sources

Kirchhoff’s voltage law

VII. Dissipation of power

VIII: Illumination of series bulbs

• Parallel circuits

Current Division

I.existing division

II.The use of parallel circuits

III.light from parallel bulbs

Short circuits and open circuits

#### Series-Parallel Combination Circuits in Chapter 4

• series-parallel circuit

• sources that are circuit-dependent

• Examples

#### Techniques for Nodal and Loop Analysis (Chapter 5):

• Introduction

• Nodal analysis

Multiple separate source circuits

figuring out equations with two unknowns.

figuring out how to solve problems involving three or more.

Source-dependent circuits

V.Supernode

• Loop analysis

I. Multiple separate source circuits

II. Supermesh

III. Source-dependent circuits

• Star delta conversionthe progression of a delta into a star

#### Chapter 6 of Network Theorems for Circuit Analysis explains

• Source modification
• The Theory of Superposition
• The Thevenin Theorem is
• Norton’s Principle
• The Theorem of maximum power transfer

#### Who is this course for?

• Electrical engineering students and engineers, as well as communication engineering students and engineers
Who are interested in electric circuits in every field.

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