Physical quantities, basic elements, common terminology and fundamental laws that underlie linear circuit analysis: Ohm’s Law, Kirchoff’s current law and Kirchoff’s voltage law.
- Definition of current, voltage, power and reference directions
- Learn passive sign convention
- Learn characteristics of common circuit elements
- Learn Kirchoff’s Current Law (KCL), Kirchoff’s Voltage Law (KVL) and conventions
- Apply circuit analysis techniques to simple circuits
- Series and parallel connection of elements
- Voltage and current division in resistive circuits
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|Current, voltage and power | Link||Dr. Ajoy Opal|
|Resistance and conductance | Link||Dr. Ajoy Opal|
|Independent voltage source | Link||Dr. Ajoy Opal|
|Independent current source | Link||Dr. Ajoy Opal|
|Switches | Link||Dr. Ajoy Opal|
|Kirchoff's Current and Voltage Laws | Link||Dr. Ajoy Opal|
|Series and parallel connection | Link||Dr. Ajoy Opal|
|Voltage and current division | Link||Dr. Ajoy Opal|
|Voltage and current division - Example | Link||Dr. Ajoy Opal|