Get to know about the skills you need to maintain and handle electrical circuits from this course. This course will give you and a complete overview of electrical circuit analysis and assist you to take the first step to be an electrical engineer.
This course will give a clear idea about the fundamentals of electrical engineering and electronics. You will learn about the difference between direct and alternating current, the functions of resistors, capacitors and inductors. This course will help you to understand electric circuit analysis techniques easily and familiarize you with different theorem and their use.
The easily understandable module will help you to grasp the topics and memorize them. You will be able to understand the function of electric circuits and their use after completing this course.
- Learn about the fundamentals of electrical engineering
- Familiarize with electrical circuits and electronics and their functions
- Understand how to calculate the quantity of voltage and current
- Know about resistors, capacitors and inductors and how they are used
- Learn about the differences between direct and alternating current
- Familiarize with basic electrical circuit analysis techniques
- Be able to analyze first-order electric circuits during transients
Who is this course for?
This comprehensive Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering and Electronics is ideal for those who want to learn about electrical circuits. This course will help you to learn the skills to be an electrical engineer.
- This course is available to all learners, of all academic backgrounds.
- Learners should be aged 16 or over to undertake the qualification.
- Good understanding of English language, numeracy and ICT are required to attend this course.
- After you have successfully completed the course, you will be able to obtain an Accredited Certificate of Achievement. You can however also obtain a Course Completion Certificate following the course completion without sitting for the test. Certificates can be obtained either in hardcopy at the cost of £39 or in PDF format at the cost of £24.
- PDF certificate’s turnaround time is 24 hours, and for the hardcopy certificate, it is 3-9 working days.
Why choose us?
- Affordable, engaging & high-quality e-learning study materials;
- Tutorial videos/materials from the industry-leading experts;
- Study in a user-friendly, advanced online learning platform;
- Efficient exam systems for the assessment and instant result;
- The UK & internationally recognized accredited qualification;
- Access to course content on mobile, tablet or desktop from anywhere anytime;
- The benefit of career advancement opportunities;
- 24/7 student support via email.
Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering and Electronics is a useful qualification to possess and would be beneficial for any related profession or industry such as:
- Electrical Engineering’s
- Residential Managers
- Estate Supervisors
|Introduction to Electric Circuits and Electronics|
|Definition of 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|
|Quiz 1 Solutions||00:02:00|
|Sources in Electric Circuits and Electronics|
|Example – Independent Sources||00:04:00|
|Example – Dependent Sources||00:03:00|
|DC Resistive Electric Circuits|
|Example – Ohm’s Law (1 of 2)||00:03:00|
|Example – Ohm’s Law (2 of 2)||00:03:00|
|Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL)||00:03:00|
|Example – Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL)||00:07:00|
|Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL)||00:07:00|
|Example – Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL)||00:04:00|
|Example – Voltage Division||00:05:00|
|Example – Current Division||00:06:00|
|Example – Series Resistors||00:04:00|
|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|
|Nodal Analysis of DC Resistive Electric Circuits|
|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|
|Loop Analysis of DC Resistive Electric Circuits|
|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|
|Advanced DC Electric Circuit Analysis Techniques|
|Example – Superposition Theorem||00:04:00|
|Example – Thévenin’s Theorem (Part 1)||00:06:00|
|Example – Thévenin’s Theorem (Part 2)||00:06:00|
|Example – Norton’s Theorem||00:09:00|
|Capacitors and Their Uses in Electric Circuits and Electronics|
|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/Parallel Combination of Capacitors||00:03:00|
|Inductors and Their Uses in Electric Circuits and Electronics|
|Definition of Inductors||00:02:00|
|Voltage Across an Inductor||00:01:00|
|Current Through an Inductor||00:03:00|
|Series/Parallel Combination of Inductors||00:05:00|
|First Order Transient Electric Circuits|
|First-Order Transient Circuits – Introduction||00:07:00|
|Series RC Circuits||00:13:00|
|Order Your Certificates and Transcripts|
|Order Your Certificates and Transcripts||00:00:00|