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This course explains how to analyze circuits that have direct current (DC) current or voltage sources. A DC source is one that is constant. Circuits with resistors, capacitors, and inductors are covered, both analytically and experimentally. Some practical applications in sensors are demonstrated.

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Subtitles: English

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Suggested: 8 hours/week...

Subtitles: English

Week

1This module reviews background material from physics on the basic properties of electricity and electrical circuits....

16 videos (Total 66 min), 4 readings, 23 quizzes

1.1 Overview and Current5m

1.2 Voltage8m

1.3 Power and Energy8m

1.4 Resistance and Ohm's Law8m

1.5 Intro to Circuit Diagrams8m

Sample Problem: Ohm's Law and Power 13m

Sample Problem: Ohm's Law and Power 22m

Sample Problem: Power 15m

Sample Problem: Power 23m

Sample Problem: Power 31m

Sample Problem: Power 41m

Sample Problem: Voltage and Energy1m

Sample Problem: Electric Current and Charge 11m

Sample Problem: Electric Current and Charge 2m

Sample Problem: Voltage Division1m

Start Here10m

Syllabus10m

Consent Form10m

Get More from Georgia Tech10m

Problem 1-1-12m

Problem 1-1-22m

Problem 1-1-32m

Problem 1-2-12m

Problem 1-2-22m

Problem 1-2-36m

Problem 1-2-44m

Problem 1-2-56m

Problem 1-3-14m

Problem 1-3-24m

Problem 1-3-32m

Problem 1-4-18m

Problem 1-4-26m

Problem 1-4-34m

Problem 1-4-42m

Problem 1-4-56m

Problem 1-5-12m

Problem 1-5-22m

Problem 1-5-32m

Problem 1-5-42m

Problem 1-5-52m

Finding Circuit Values using Power6m

Module 1 Quiz20m

Week

2The module describes some basic principles used in circuit analysis....

47 videos (Total 265 min), 1 reading, 22 quizzes

2.2 Kirchhoff's Current Law9m

2.3 Series and Parallel Resistance7m

2.4 Equivalent Resistance6m

2.5 Voltage Divider Law6m

2.6 Current Divider Law6m

Sample Problem: DC Op Amp 19m

Sample Problem: DC Op Amp 25m

Sample Problem: DC Op Amp 34m

Sample Problem: DC Op Amp 46m

Sample Problem: DC Op Amp 55m

Sample Problem: Current Division 13m

Sample Problem: Current Division 25m

Sample Problem: Parallel and Series Resistors 12m

Sample Problem: Parallel and Series Resistors 28m

Sample Problem: KVL6m

Sample Problem: KVL 25m

Sample Problem: KVL 32m

Sample Problem: KCL 12m

Sample Problem: KCL 24m

Sample Problem: KCL 32m

Sample Problem: KCL 41m

Sample Problem: KCL 52m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 19m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 25m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 34m

Sample Problem: Nodes, Branches, Paths, and Loops3m

Sample Problem: Summing Op Amp6m

Sample Problem: Differential Amp6m

Sample Problem: Inverting Op Amp5m

Sample Problem: Non-inverting Op Amp7m

Sample Problem: Max Power (Depend Sources)4m

Sample Problem: Dependent Sources 15m

Sample Problem: Dependent Sources 24m

Sample Problem: Series/Parallel (Independ Sources) 12m

Sample Problem: Series/Parallel (Independ Sources) 27m

Sample Problem: Series/Parallel (Independ Sources) 33m

Sample Problem: Series/Parallel (Independ Sources) 44m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 49m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 59m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 65m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 74m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 86m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 95m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 109m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 115m

Sample Problem: Op Amps 124m

Earn a Georgia Tech Badge/Certificate/CEU's10m

Problem 2-1-16m

Problem 2-1-26m

Problem 2-1-32m

Problem 2-2-14m

Problem 2-2-22m

Problem 2-2-38m

Problem 2-3-18m

Problem 2-3-22m

Problem 2-3-32m

Problem 2-3-42m

Problem 2-4-12m

Problem 2-4-24m

Problem 2-4-32m

Problem 2-4-42m

Problem 2-4-52m

Problem 2-5-12m

Problem 2-5-24m

Problem 2-5-32m

Problem 2-6-14m

Problem 2-6-22m

Problem 2-6-32m

Module 2 Quiz20m

Week

3This module demonstrates physical resistive circuits and introduces several systematic ways to solve circuit problems....

33 videos (Total 245 min), 11 quizzes

3.2 Lab Demo: Basic Circuits6m

3.3 Mesh Analysis.10m

3.4 Node Analysis.8m

Sample Problem: Mesh/Node (Supernode)10m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Super Mesh)10m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Depend Sources) 16m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Depend Sources) 27m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Depend Sources) 36m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Independ Sources) 19m

Sample Problem: Mesh Anaysis (Independ Sources) 27m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Independ Sources) 310m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Independ Sources) 46m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Independ Sources) 56m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Independ Sources) 64m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Independ Sources) 77m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Independ Sources) 83m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Independ Sources) 98m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Independ Sources) 109m

Sample Problem: Mesh Analysis (Independ Sources) 1110m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis 14m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis 23m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis 37m

Sample Problem: Node (Indep and Dep Sources)7m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis (Independ Sources) 15m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis (Independ Sources) 28m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis (Independ Sources) 35m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis (Independ Sources) 49m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis (Independ Sources) 57m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis (Independ Sources) 65m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis (Depend Sources) 19m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis (Depend Sources) 27m

Sample Problem: Node Analysis (Depend Sources) 35m

3-1-14m

Problem 3-2-12m

Problem 3-2-28m

Problem 3-3-12m

Problem 3-3-22m

Problem 3-3-34m

Problem 3-3-56m

Problem 3-4-12m

Problem 3-4-22m

Problem 3-4-32m

Module 3 Quiz20m

Week

4This module introduces additional methods for analyzing circuit problems and how resistors are used in sensors....

14 videos (Total 138 min), 1 reading, 15 quizzes

4.2 Norton Equivalent Circuits and Source Transformations.6m

4.3 Linearity and Superposition.11m

4.4 Resistors in Sensors.8m

4.5 Wheatstone Bridge.8m

Sample Problem: Max Power(Thevenin)6m

Sample Problem: Thevenin (Independ Sources) 111m

Sample Problem: Thevenin (Independ Sources) 28m

Sample Problem: Thevenin (Independ Sources) 38m

Sample Problem: Thevenin (Depend Sources)19m

Sample Problem: Norton (Independ Sources) 114m

Sample Problem: Norton (Independ Sources) 27m

Sample Problem: Superposition (Independ Sources) 110m

Sample Problem: Superposition (Independ Sources) 26m

Lab 210m

Problem 4-1-16m

Problem 4-1-24m

Problem 4-1-36m

Problem 4-2-12m

Problem 4-2-26m

Problem 4-2-36m

Problem 4-3-12m

Problem 4-3-26m

Problem 4-3-36m

Problem 4-3-42m

Problem 4-4-14m

Problem 4-4-26m

Problem 4-4-36m

Problem 4-5-12m

Module 4 Quiz20m

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