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This Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering and Electronics is designed for professionals who want to thrive in their profession. The course covers all the essential skills and knowledge needed to become specialised in this sector.

£39.99
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Course Duration

6 hours, 50 minutes

Course Instructor
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What you will learn from this course?

  • Electrical Engineering fundamentals
  • What are electric circuits and electronics and the fundamental quantities in circuits like voltage and current?
  • What are resistors, capacitors, and inductors are and how they are used in electric circuits and electronics
  • Simplification of resistive, capacitive, and inductive circuits
  • Advanced electric circuit analysis techniques such as the superposition theorem, Thévenin's theorem, and Norton's theorem
  • Electric circuit analysis techniques are used in different electrical engineering and electronics engineering fields, such as analogue electronics, digital electronics, and power electronics
  • Electronics fundamentals
  • The differences between direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC)
  • Sources of electricity in electric circuits and electronics
  • Basic electric circuit analysis techniques using Kirchhoff's voltage and current laws, nodal analysis, and loop analysis
  • Analysis of first-order electric circuits during transients
  • Electric circuit analysis techniques are needed for developing electronics with development boards such as the Arduino or Raspberry Pi

Is this course for you?

This course is ideal for those who work in or aspire to work in the following professions:
  • Anybody with an interest in learning about electrical, electronics, or computer engineering.
  • This is an introductory course, no prior engineering experience is required

Why Choose Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering and Electronics course?

  • Accredited by CPD
  • Conducted by industry experts
  • Get Instant E-certificate
  • Fully online, interactive course with Professional voice-over
  • Developed by qualified professionals
  • Self-paced learning and laptop, tablet, smartphone-friendly
  • 24/7 Tutor Support

Certification

Upon successful completion of this course, an instant e-certificate will be generated free of charge. The digital version of the course transcript is available for £2.99. We can post the printed copy of the certificate and the transcript to your address. A delivery charge of £4.99 (UK) & £12.99 (Outside the UK) is applied to this service.

Career Path

This training course will lead you to many different career opportunities, here are a few prospects:
  • Computer Engineer - £29,211 per annum
  • Electrical engineer - £34,978 per annum
  • Electric Circuit Engineer - £32,500 per annum

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Course Content

    • Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering and Electronics – Welcome to the Course 00:00:10
    • Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering and Electronics – About Your Instructor 00:01:00
    • Definition of the Electric Circuit 00:03:00
    • Electric Charge and Electric Current 00:03:00
    • Alternating Current (AC) vs. Direct Current (DC) 00:02:00
    • Definition of Voltage 00:02:00
    • Electrical Energy and Voltage 00:02:00
    • Definition of Power 00:02:00
    • Independent Sources 00:02:00
    • Example – Independent Sources 00:04:00
    • Dependent Sources 00:03:00
    • Example – Dependent Sources 00:03:00
    • DC Resistive Electric Circuits – Ohm’s Law 00:07:00
    • Example – Ohm’s Law (1 of 2) 00:03:00
    • Example – Ohm’s Law (2 of 2) 00:03:00
    • Circuit Terminology 00:03:00
    • Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL) 00:04:00
    • Example – Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL) 00:03:00
    • Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL) 00:07:00
    • Example – Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL) 00:04:00
    • Voltage Division 00:05:00
    • Example – Voltage Division 00:05:00
    • Current Division 00:06:00
    • Example – Current Division 00:06:00
    • Series Resistors 00:06:00
    • Example – Series Resistors 00:04:00
    • Parallel Resistors 00:08:00
    • Example – Parallel Resistors 00:05:00
    • Series/Parallel Combination of Resistors 00:04:00
    • Example – Series/Parallel Combination of Resistors (1 of 3) 00:06:00
    • Example – Series/Parallel Combination of Resistors (2 of 3) 00:08:00
    • Example – Series/Parallel Combination of Resistors (3 of 3) 00:10:00
    • Example – Resistive Circuit Analysis (1 of 3) 00:07:00
    • Example – Resistive Circuit Analysis (2 of 3) 00:09:00
    • Example – Resistive Circuit Analysis (3 of 3) 00:10:00
    • Definition of Nodal Analysis 00:09:00
    • Example – Nodal Analysis with Independent Sources 00:12:00
    • Example – Nodal Analysis with Dependent Sources 00:13:00
    • Definition of Loop Analysis 00:12:00
    • Example – Loop Analysis with Independent Sources 00:11:00
    • Example – Loop Analysis with Dependent Sources 00:16:00
    • Superposition Theorem 00:07:00
    • Example – Superposition Theorem 00:04:00
    • Thévenin’s Theorem 00:03:00
    • Example – Thévenin’s Theorem (Part 1) 00:06:00
    • Example – Thévenin’s Theorem (Part 2) 00:06:00
    • Norton’s Theorem 00:08:00
    • Example – Norton’s Theorem 00:09:00
    • Definition of Capacitors 00:02:00
    • Charge in a Capacitor 00:03:00
    • Current Through a Capacitor 00:02:00
    • Voltage Across a Capacitor 00:04:00
    • Energy Stored in a Capacitor 00:06:00
    • Series Capacitors 00:06:00
    • Parallel Capacitors 00:04:00
    • Series/Parallel Combination of Capacitors 00:03:00
    • Definition of Inductors 00:02:00
    • Voltage Across an Inductor 00:01:00
    • Current Through an Inductor 00:03:00
    • Energy Stored in an Inductor 00:03:00
    • Series Inductors 00:03:00
    • Parallel Inductors 00:06:00
    • Series/Parallel Combination of Inductors 00:05:00
    • First-Order Transient Circuits – Introduction 00:07:00
    • Series RC Circuits 00:13:00
    • Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering – Final Exam 01:00:00
    • Get Your Certificate & Transcript 00:01:00

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