Network Circuits Analysis
About Course
The Network Circuits Analysis course begins with a description of circuit elements, sources.
Understanding of various interesting network theorems applied to solve linear, timeinvariant network problems efficiently in time and sdomain. The steady and transient solution of network problems with various sources including impulse source,?(t). Representing a circuit in the sdomain (Laplace domain).Twoport networks. Graph, tree of networks and use them to solve large network problems using matrices.
Course Content
Network Analysis

Network Analysis
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Lecture 01: Introduction: KVL, KCL and Power Balance
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Lecture 02: Voltage and Current Sources
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Lecture 03: Simple Networks with Voltage and Current Sources
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Lecture 04: Mesh Analysis – I
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Lecture 05: Mesh Analysis – II
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Lecture 06: Nodal Analysis – I
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Lecture 07: Nodal Analysis – II
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Lecture 08: Nodal Analysis – III
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Lecture 09: Inductor – I
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Lecture 10: Initial Condition for Inductor
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Lecture 11: Energy Stored in Inductor with Example
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Lecture 12: RL Series Circuit Analysis
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Lecture 13: Retrieving Energy or Discharging of Inductor Energy
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Lecture 14: Capacitor: Relationship of Voltage and Current and Initial Condition
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Lecture 15: Charging of a Capacitor – Voltage, Current and Energy During Charging
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Lecture 16: Discharge of a Charged Capacitor
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Lecture 17: Linearity of R, L, C – Inductor with Initial Current and Capacitor with Initial Voltage
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Lecture 18: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation – I
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Lecture 19: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation – II
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Lecture 20: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation – III
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Lecture 21: Problem Solving: Application
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Lecture 22: R – L Circuit with Sinusoidal Excitation
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Lecture 23: R – C Circuit with Sinusoidal Exponential
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Lecture 24: Solution Due to Exponential Forcing Function
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lecture 25: Mesh and Nodal Analysis with Time Varying Source
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Lecture 26: Circuit Analysis with Phasor – I
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Lecture 27: Circuit Analysis with Phasor – II
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Lecture 28: Circuit Analysis with Phasor – III
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Lecture 29: Concept of Active and Reactive Power in A.C Circuit – I
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Lecture 30: Concept of Active and Reactive Power in A.C Circuit – II
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Lecture 31: Expression for Complex Power in A.C Circuit
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Lecture 32: Numerical Example
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Lecture 33: Mesh and Nodal Analysis in A.C Circuit, Introduction to Impulse Function
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Lecture 34: Odd and Even Functions, Relation between Unit Step and Impulse Function
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Lecture 35: Solution of Differential Equation with Impulse Excitation
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Lecture 36: Numerical Example when Excitation is Impulse
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Lecture 37: Self and Mutual Inductances – I
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Lecture 38: Dot Convention in Mutually Coupled Coils
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Lecture 39: Mutually Coupled Coils in Series and Parallel
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Lecture 40: Energy Stored in Mutually Coupled Coils
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Lecture 41: Steady State Response with Sinusoidal Excitation when the Coils are Mutually Coupled
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Lecture 42: Basics of Signals in Brief
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Lecture 43: Laplace Transform – I
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Lecture 44: Laplace Transform – II
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Lecture 45: Laplace Transform Applied to Circuit Analysis – I
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Lecture 46: Laplace Transform Applied to Circuit Analysis – II
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Lecture 47: Numerical Examples – I
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Lecture 48: Numerical Examples – II
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Lecture 49: General Second Order Circuit Analysis with L.T – I
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Lecture 50: General Second Order Circuit Analysis with L.T – II
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Lecture 51: Network Theorem – I
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Lecture 52: Network Theorem – II
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Lecture 53: Norton’s Theorem
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Lecture 54: Thevenin Theorem
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Lecture 55: StarDelta and DeltaStar Transformation
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Lecture 56: Telligen’s Theorem
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Lecture 57: Reciprocity Theorem
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Lecture 58: Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
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Lecture 59: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – I
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Lecture 60: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – II
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Lecture 61: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – III
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Lecture 62: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – IV
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Lecture 63: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – V
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Lecture 64: Mesh Analysis with Graph Theory
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Lecture 65: Nodal Analysis with Graph Theory
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Lecture 66: CutSet Analysis with Graph Theory
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Lecture 67: Numerical Examples of Network Analysis with Graph Theory
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Lecture 68: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources – I
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Lecture 69: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources – II
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Lecture 70: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources – III
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Lecture 71: Two Port Network – I
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Lecture 72: Two Port Network – II
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Lecture 73: Two Port Network – III
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Lecture 74: Two Port Network – IV
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Lecture 75: Two Port Network – V
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Lecture 76: Two Port Network – VI
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Lecture 77: Two Port Network – VII
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Lecture 78: Gyrator
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Lecture 79: Ideal Op – Amp
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Lecture 80: Examples of Ideal OpAmp Circuits – I
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Lecture 81: Examples of Ideal OpAmp Circuits – II
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Lecture 82: General Impedance Transfer Circuit and Concluding Remarks
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