We launched "Electrical Engineering Training Course" in sub-branch of electrical engineering to learn about **How electrical works** and what is the latest technology in Electrical field and what's going on? So, the course name is "Electrical Circuit" in this course you can learn about these following topics,

- DC Circuits
- Ohm's law
- Kirchhoff's laws
- voltage
- current
- voltage and current division
- nodal and mesh analysis
- network theorems
- AC circuits analysis
- phasor concepts
- AC power
- Three phase AC circuits
- Introduction to electronics and digital logics

You should have a background of the following topics:

- Coulomb's Laws
- Magnetic and electric fields.
- Dielectrics and capacitice.
- Resistance and electric curcuits.
- Electromagnetic induction.

### Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:

1. Understand the definitions of basic electrical quantities, Ohm's and Kirchhoff’s laws, and differences between practical/ideal sources.

2. Analyse simple series and parallel resitive circuits and simplify series/parallel connected sources and resistors.

3. Implement general nodal and mesh analysis and other circuit analysis techniques and select between them to achieve optimal solution.

4. Understand the concept of the sinusoidal forcing function and anlayse R/L/C cirucits in the frequency domain and convert the solution to the time domain.

5. Three phase circuits, and power calculations.

6. Basic electronics, and Basic Operational Amplifier circuits and systems.

7. Basic Digital Logic gates and Systems. Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)

## Course Topics:

Units, charge, current, voltage, and power. Independent and Dependent voltage and current sources. Ohm's law.

Branches, nodes, paths, loops, and meshes. Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws. Single node and loop circuits. Reduction of series or parallel circuits. Voltage and current division.

Nodal voltage analysis and super-node. Mesh current analysis and super-mesh. Nodal vs. mesh analysis. Computer aided circuit analysis.

Linearity and superposition. Thevinin's and Nortons theorems, Source transformations, max. Power transfer, delta () – wye (Y) conversion. Selecting an optimal technique for solution.

The capacitor and inductor. Inductance and capacitance combinations.

Characteristics of sinusoids. The phasor and relationships of single phase for R, L, and C elements. Impedance and admittance. Circuit analysis techniques. R, L& C series and parallel resonance circuits. Phasor diagrams. Three-phase circuits, Wye (Y) and Delta () balanced sources and loads.

Power calculations for single and three phase circuits; power factor, power triangle. Power factor (improvement) correction.

Basic electronics including; p-n junction, diodes, transistors, simple transistor amplifier circuits, basic Operational Amplifiers (OPAMP), and applications.

Basic digital logic systems including: Numbering systems, Boolean’s algebra, Basic logic gates, basic digital circuits and systems. Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC).

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