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# The Fundamentals of AC and DC Circuit Analysis (Two Courses)

39.90 \$

This bundle introduces the fundamental concepts of electrical direct current and alternating circuits, which form the basis of all electrical and electronic systems (sinusoidal waveforms, vectors and phasors, Ohm’s Law, series and parallel circuits, Kirchhoff’s Laws, etc.).

Two courses in 6 hours 10 mins total length.

## Description

This bundle introduces the fundamental concepts of electrical direct current and alternating circuits, which form the basis of all electrical and electronic systems (sinusoidal waveforms, vectors and phasors, Ohm’s Law, Series and Parallel Circuits, Kirchhoff’s Laws, etc.). This bundle includes two courses in a total duration of 6 hours 10 mins.

This bundle includes the following courses. Click on each course to see the details:

6 Lessons

## AC Circuit Analysis: Fundamentals Course for Electrical Engineers

This course will provide the student with the basic understanding of working with circuits involving Alternation Current, which includes sinusoidal waveforms, vectors and phasors. The final exam and certification are included. 5 sections, 3h 2min total course length.

12 Lessons

## The Essentials of Electricity and DC Circuit Analysis (Practice Problems Included)

This course introduces the fundamental concepts of electrical direct current (DC) circuits (Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff's Laws, Series and Parallel Circuits, etc.) and the most common practice problems students face during studying. 12 sections in 4h 40min total course length.

The AC Circuit Analysis course provides the student with the basic understanding of working with circuits involving Alternation Current, which includes sinusoidal waveforms, vectors and phasors, reactance & impedance of R, L, C circuits, as they relate to the basic laws and theorems of electricity. This includes working with AC power, power factor, resonance, complex numbers, reactance and impedance.

The DC Circuit Analysis course examines Ohm’s Law, Series and Parallel Circuits, the first, and perhaps most important, the relationship between current, voltage, and impedance, Ohm’s Law, and its relevance to Series and Parallel Circuits. Subsequently, this will lead to the development of Kirchhoff’s Laws as they help to further analyze network analysis and metering circuits.

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