Circuit Theory

  • Course level: All Levels


This Circuit Theory course covers four main ideas:

1- skills to solve and simplify single source circuits ( ohm’s law, power concept, Voltage, and current division, KVL, KCL, circuits simplification ).

2- methods to solve any complex resistive circuits with multiple sources.

3- Full discussion of natural and forced response for circuits with non-linear elements such as capacitors and induction.

4- Full discussion of the circuit frequency domain, and how to apply the methods and skills explained earlier to solve those circuits.

Who this Circuit Theory course is for:

  1. Beginners in circuit analysis
  2. Electrical Engineers
  3. Mechanical Engineers
  4. Industrial Engineers
  5. Students that passionate to learn about the fundamentals of circuits

What Will I Learn?

  • The basic concepts to understand electrical circuits
  • Identify terms as ( Resistors , Current , Voltage , Power , Energy , Capacitance , inductance )
  • learn the Basic tools such as ( ohm's law , KCL , KVL , current & Voltage Division and circuit simplification )
  • learn techniques to solve complex circuits such as ( Nodal Analysis , Mesh Analysis , Source Transformation , Superposition and Thevinin Equivalent Circuit)
  • learn Natural Responses and Forced Responses of circuits containing (RL , RC and RLC circuits)
  • use the complex Frequency Domain to deal with circuits

Topics for this course

21 Lessons

Circuit Theory

Kirchhoff’s current law00:00:00
Kirchhoff’s voltage law00:00:00
Node voltage method (steps 1 to 4)00:00:00
Node voltage method (step 5)00:00:00
Mesh current steps 1 to 300:00:00
Mesh current method (step 4 solve)00:00:00
Essential & Practical Circuit Analysis: Part 1- DC Circuits00:00:00
Circuit terminology: Concept of Loop, Mesh, Node and Branch explained00:00:00
Classification of Electrical Network00:00:00
Source transformation in network analysis00:00:00
Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL) explained00:00:00
Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL) explained00:00:00
Supernode Analysis Explained (with Examples)00:00:00
Supermesh Explained (with examples)00:00:00
Superposition Theorem Explained (with Examples)00:00:00
Draft LessonThevenin’s Theorem Explained (With examples of Independent and Dependent Sources)00:00:00
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem for DC Circuits (with Examples)00:00:00
Self Inductance and Mutual Inductance Explained00:00:00
Transient Analysis: Behaviour of Basic Circuit Elements00:00:00
Transient Analysis: First order R C and R L Circuits00:00:00
Transient Analysis: Solved Examples on First order RC and RL Circuits00:00:00
Circuit Theory
35 £

Enrolment validity: Lifetime


  • this is the first course in electrical circuit