Complete Electric Circuits Course For Electrical Engineering

Ahmed Mahdy, Electrical Power Engineer

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130 Lessons (8h 18m)
    • 1. What is an Electrical Circuit

      1:12
    • 2. System of Units

      5:20
    • 3. Definition of an Electric charge

      4:56
    • 4. Definition of an Electric Current

      4:01
    • 5. Example 1

      1:11
    • 6. Example 2

      1:45
    • 7. Example 3

      1:01
    • 8. Definition of the Voltage

      3:39
    • 9. Definition of the Energy and Power

      5:28
    • 10. Example 4

      2:41
    • 11. Example 5

      0:57
    • 12. Dependent and Independent sources

      4:17
    • 13. Example 6

      2:53
    • 14. Introduction to Basic Laws

      0:49
    • 15. Definition of Resistance

      3:17
    • 16. Ohm's Law

      1:18
    • 17. Open and Short Circuit

      2:11
    • 18. Fixed and Variable Resistance

      1:06
    • 19. Linear and Non Linear Resistor

      0:58
    • 20. Meaning of Conductance

      1:41
    • 21. Example 1

      0:22
    • 22. Example 2

      1:15
    • 23. Example 3

      0:46
    • 24. Branch,Node and Loops

      4:38
    • 25. Series and Parallel Connection

      0:56
    • 26. KCL

      2:24
    • 27. KVL

      1:56
    • 28. Example 4

      2:05
    • 29. Example 5

      0:56
    • 30. Example 6

      1:57
    • 31. Series Resistors and Voltage Divison

      3:45
    • 32. Parallel Resistors and Current Division

      4:13
    • 33. Analogy between Resistance and Conductance

      4:39
    • 34. Example 7

      2:04
    • 35. Example 8

      3:13
    • 36. Introduction to Delta Wye Transformation

      3:11
    • 37. Delta to Wye Transformation

      4:48
    • 38. Wye to Delta Transformation

      3:24
    • 39. Example 9

      6:59
    • 40. Example 10

      4:01
    • 41. Application Lightning bulbs

      3:54
    • 42. Example 11

      2:48
    • 43. Introduction to Methods of Analysis

      0:58
    • 44. Nodal Analysis With No Voltage Source

      8:53
    • 45. Example 1

      4:26
    • 46. Cramer's Method

      4:05
    • 47. Nodal Analysis with Voltage source and Super Node

      4:33
    • 48. Example 2

      3:08
    • 49. Example 3

      4:44
    • 50. Mesh Analysis

      3:30
    • 51. Example 4

      2:07
    • 52. Example 5

      1:50
    • 53. Example 6

      4:22
    • 54. Mesh Analysis with Current Source and SuperMesh

      3:07
    • 55. Example 7

      3:28
    • 56. Nodal Analysis by Inspection

      5:24
    • 57. Example 8

      3:13
    • 58. Example 9

      6:59
    • 59. Example 10

      4:01
    • 60. Nodal Vs Mesh Analysis

      2:17
    • 61. Application DC Transistor Circuits

      12:52
    • 62. Example 11

      2:48
    • 63. Introduction to Circuit theorems

      2:02
    • 64. Linearity of Circuit

      7:25
    • 65. Example 1

      3:49
    • 66. Superpostion Theorem

      7:02
    • 67. Example 2

      4:20
    • 68. Example 3

      5:56
    • 69. Source Transformation

      7:37
    • 70. Example 4

      5:05
    • 71. Example 5

      3:03
    • 72. Thevenin Theorem

      9:44
    • 73. Example 6

      6:04
    • 74. Example 7

      4:57
    • 75. Norton's Theorem

      5:19
    • 76. Example 8

      3:29
    • 77. Example 9

      5:00
    • 78. Maximum Power Transfer

      4:51
    • 79. Example 10

      2:57
    • 80. Summary

      4:43
    • 81. Resistance Measurement

      4:56
    • 82. Example 11

      0:26
    • 83. Example 12

      3:57
    • 84. Introduction To Operational Ampilifers

      3:28
    • 85. Construction of Operational Amplifiers

      7:09
    • 86. Equivalent Circuit of non Ideal Op Amp

      9:42
    • 87. Vo Vs Vd Relation Curve

      3:30
    • 88. Example 1

      9:16
    • 89. Ideal Op Amp

      7:05
    • 90. Example 2

      4:15
    • 91. Inverting Amplifier

      5:23
    • 92. Example 3

      1:51
    • 93. Example 4

      2:01
    • 94. Non Inverting Amplifier

      7:58
    • 95. Example 5

      3:17
    • 96. Summing Amplifier

      4:40
    • 97. Example 6

      2:17
    • 98. Difference amplifier

      5:34
    • 99. Example 7

      7:33
    • 100. Cascaded Op Amp Circuits

      6:27
    • 101. Example 8

      4:10
    • 102. Summary

      4:28
    • 103. Introduction to Capacitors and Inductors

      2:27
    • 104. Capacitor

      6:28
    • 105. Capacitance

      2:24
    • 106. Voltage Current Relation in Capacitor

      3:17
    • 107. Energy Stored in Capacitor

      6:20
    • 108. DC Voltage and Practical capacitor

      1:55
    • 109. Example 1

      0:42
    • 110. Example 2

      1:06
    • 111. Example 3

      4:51
    • 112. Equivalent Capacitance of Parallel capacitors

      2:26
    • 113. Equivalent Capacitance of Series capacitors

      2:58
    • 114. Example 4

      1:55
    • 115. Definition of Inductors

      5:52
    • 116. Definition of Inductance

      3:01
    • 117. Voltage Current Relation in Inductor

      3:00
    • 118. Power and Energy stored in Inductor

      2:24
    • 119. DC Source and Inductor

      3:45
    • 120. Example 5

      2:06
    • 121. Series Inductors

      3:11
    • 122. Parallel Inductors

      3:33
    • 123. Small Summary to 3 Basic Elements

      2:24
    • 124. Example 6

      1:10
    • 125. Example 7

      4:48
    • 126. Summary

      4:51
    • 127. Application Integrator

      4:47
    • 128. Example 8

      3:24
    • 129. Application Differentiator

      2:26
    • 130. Example 9

      6:03
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