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Network Circuits Analysis

  • Course level: Beginner

Description

The Network Circuits Analysis course begins with a description of circuit elements, sources.

Understanding of various interesting network theorems applied to solve linear, time-invariant network problems efficiently in time and s-domain. The steady and transient solution of network problems with various sources including impulse source,?(t). Representing a circuit in the s-domain (Laplace domain).Two-port networks. Graph, tree of networks and use them to solve large network problems using matrices.

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What Will I Learn?

  • learn the fundamentals of Network Analysis

Topics for this course

83 Lessons

Network Analysis

Network Analysis00:00:00
Lecture 01: Introduction: KVL, KCL and Power Balance00:00:00
Lecture 02: Voltage and Current Sources00:00:00
Lecture 03: Simple Networks with Voltage and Current Sources00:00:00
Lecture 04: Mesh Analysis – I00:00:00
Lecture 05: Mesh Analysis – II00:00:00
Lecture 06: Nodal Analysis – I00:00:00
Lecture 07: Nodal Analysis – II00:00:00
Lecture 08: Nodal Analysis – III00:00:00
Lecture 09: Inductor – I00:00:00
Lecture 10: Initial Condition for Inductor00:00:00
Lecture 11: Energy Stored in Inductor with Example00:00:00
Lecture 12: R-L Series Circuit Analysis00:00:00
Lecture 13: Retrieving Energy or Discharging of Inductor Energy00:00:00
Lecture 14: Capacitor: Relationship of Voltage and Current and Initial Condition00:00:00
Lecture 15: Charging of a Capacitor – Voltage, Current and Energy During Charging00:00:00
Lecture 16: Discharge of a Charged Capacitor00:00:00
Lecture 17: Linearity of R, L, C – Inductor with Initial Current and Capacitor with Initial Voltage00:00:00
Lecture 18: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation – I00:00:00
Lecture 19: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation – II00:00:00
Lecture 20: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation – III00:00:00
Lecture 21: Problem Solving: Application00:00:00
Lecture 22: R – L Circuit with Sinusoidal Excitation00:00:00
Lecture 23: R – C Circuit with Sinusoidal Exponential00:00:00
Lecture 24: Solution Due to Exponential Forcing Function00:00:00
lecture 25: Mesh and Nodal Analysis with Time Varying Source00:00:00
Lecture 26: Circuit Analysis with Phasor – I00:00:00
Lecture 27: Circuit Analysis with Phasor – II00:00:00
Lecture 28: Circuit Analysis with Phasor – III00:00:00
Lecture 29: Concept of Active and Reactive Power in A.C Circuit – I00:00:00
Lecture 30: Concept of Active and Reactive Power in A.C Circuit – II00:00:00
Lecture 31: Expression for Complex Power in A.C Circuit00:00:00
Lecture 32: Numerical Example00:00:00
Lecture 33: Mesh and Nodal Analysis in A.C Circuit, Introduction to Impulse Function00:00:00
Lecture 34: Odd and Even Functions, Relation between Unit Step and Impulse Function00:00:00
Lecture 35: Solution of Differential Equation with Impulse Excitation00:00:00
Lecture 36: Numerical Example when Excitation is Impulse00:00:00
Lecture 37: Self and Mutual Inductances – I00:00:00
Lecture 38: Dot Convention in Mutually Coupled Coils00:00:00
Lecture 39: Mutually Coupled Coils in Series and Parallel00:00:00
Lecture 40: Energy Stored in Mutually Coupled Coils00:00:00
Lecture 41: Steady State Response with Sinusoidal Excitation when the Coils are Mutually Coupled00:00:00
Lecture 42: Basics of Signals in Brief00:00:00
Lecture 43: Laplace Transform – I00:00:00
Lecture 44: Laplace Transform – II00:00:00
Lecture 45: Laplace Transform Applied to Circuit Analysis – I00:00:00
Lecture 46: Laplace Transform Applied to Circuit Analysis – II00:00:00
Lecture 47: Numerical Examples – I00:00:00
Lecture 48: Numerical Examples – II00:00:00
Lecture 49: General Second Order Circuit Analysis with L.T – I00:00:00
Lecture 50: General Second Order Circuit Analysis with L.T – II00:00:00
Lecture 51: Network Theorem – I00:00:00
Lecture 52: Network Theorem – II00:00:00
Lecture 53: Norton’s Theorem00:00:00
Lecture 54: Thevenin Theorem00:00:00
Lecture 55: Star-Delta and Delta-Star Transformation00:00:00
Lecture 56: Telligen’s Theorem00:00:00
Lecture 57: Reciprocity Theorem00:00:00
Lecture 58: Maximum Power Transfer Theorem00:00:00
Lecture 59: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – I00:00:00
Lecture 60: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – II00:00:00
Lecture 61: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – III00:00:00
Lecture 62: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – IV00:00:00
Lecture 63: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – V00:00:00
Lecture 64: Mesh Analysis with Graph Theory00:00:00
Lecture 65: Nodal Analysis with Graph Theory00:00:00
Lecture 66: Cut-Set Analysis with Graph Theory00:00:00
Lecture 67: Numerical Examples of Network Analysis with Graph Theory00:00:00
Lecture 68: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources – I00:00:00
Lecture 69: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources – II00:00:00
Lecture 70: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources – III00:00:00
Lecture 71: Two Port Network – I00:00:00
Lecture 72: Two Port Network – II00:00:00
Lecture 73: Two Port Network – III00:00:00
Lecture 74: Two Port Network – IV00:00:00
Lecture 75: Two Port Network – V00:00:00
Lecture 76: Two Port Network – VI00:00:00
Lecture 77: Two Port Network – VII00:00:00
Lecture 78: Gyrator00:00:00
Lecture 79: Ideal Op – Amp00:00:00
Lecture 80: Examples of Ideal Op-Amp Circuits – I00:00:00
Lecture 81: Examples of Ideal Op-Amp Circuits – II00:00:00
Lecture 82: General Impedance Transfer Circuit and Concluding Remarks00:00:00
Network Circuits Analysis
Free

Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Requirements

  • NONE