# Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

## Description

This course in electric circuit analysis can be used by electrical engineering students as well as students of other disciplines.

the course begins with the fundamental definitions and overview of the principle of operation of basic circuits and electrical devices.

the course covers numerous problems with solutions and the level of difficulty increases in the next lectures ( each example is difficult more than the previous ) to understand the theory in greater depth.

Chapter (1) – Electrical Fundamentals:

• Introduction to electrical engineering
• Matter
• Electron theory
• Magnetism
• Electricity
• Electromagnetism
• Use of electromagnetism

Chapter (2) – Electrical Formulas:

• Ohm’s Law
• Power Formula
• Electrical Energy
• Electricity Bill

Chapter (3) – Basic Electric Circuits:

• Electrical sources
• The difference between node, loop, and branch
• Series circuits

I.Current

II.Resistance

III.Voltage drop

IV.Voltage divider

V.Aiding and opposing sources

VI.Kirchhoff’s voltage law

VII.Dissipated power

VIII.Illumination of series bulbs

• Parallel circuits

I.Current division

II.Application of parallel circuits

III.Illumination of parallel bulbs

Open circuit and short circuit

Chapter (4) – Series-Parallel Combination Circuits:

• series-parallel circuit
• Circuit Dependent sources
• Examples

Chapter (5) – Nodal and Loop Analysis Techniques:

• Introduction
• Nodal analysis

I.Circuits with independent sources

II.Solving equations with two unknown variables

III.Solving equations with three and more unknown variables

IV.Circuits with dependent sources

V.Supernode

• Loop analysis

I.Circuits with independent sources

II.Supermesh

III.Circuits with dependent sources

• Star delta transformation
• delta to star transformation

Chapter (6) – Network Theorems for Circuit Analysis:

• Source transformation
• Superposition theorem
• Thevenin’s theorem
• Norton’s theorem
• Maximum power transfer theorem

## Who this course is for:

• Electrical Engineering Students and Engineers
• Communication Engineering Students and Engineers
• Physics Students
• Any Field Study Electrical Circuits

## Requirements

• Math Basics

Last Updated 7/2022