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Master Electric circuits, part 1-DC Circuits 1

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Original method invented for mastering DC circuits, including Thevenin’s theorem, everyone will understand

Master Electric circuit with this invented method, step by step after this course, DC circuit will be a video games for you.

  • Why it’s very important to begin with DC circuits?
  • Because it’s the base off all electronics! Yes; before begin electronics this step is critical.

First we begin with basics, sign convetion, electric potential difference, junction rule, loop equation: These 5 things are one of the secrets of electric circuit, and I have some tricks for you for mastering those technics.

After that we have two powerfull technics: Voltage divider formula and current divider formula.

And we have also Kirchhof’s rules and Thévenin’s Theorem.

Enjoy my course!

So we have:

  • Sign convention
  • Junction rule
  • Loop equation
  • Ohm’s Law
  • Current divider and voltage divider formulas-part1
  • Power consumed in a resistor
  • Impedance matching
  • Power and motor
  • Efficiency of a DC motor
  • Kirchhoff’s rules
  • Batteries in series and parallel
  • Resistors in series and parallel
  • Thevenin’s Theorem
Who is the target audience?
  • Electrical engineer student and future electrical engineer
  • Students in physics or computer science classes
  • Passionate about electronics
  • Electronics geeks

Info Tutorials/Courses

Includes
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
  • [Size: 4.0 GB]

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