English | FLV | 600x336 | AVC 360 Kbps 29.970 fps | AAC 128 Kbps 44.1 khz | 360 minutes | 1.0 GB
Genre: Video Training
We begin this course assuming that the student knows absolutely nothing about the solution methods to be learned. We introduce the concept of the inductor early in this course and show the relationship between current and voltage in an inductor. Next, we explore capacitors and show how they are constructed and why they are used in circuits.
Next, we solve circuits that involve capacitors and inductors and show how to simplify networks that have series and parallel arrangements. Every concept is taught by worked example problems that guides the student to mastery of these concepts.
With these tools, the student will be able to solve a wide variety of engineering level circuit problems with confidence.
Sect 1: Voltage Across an Inductor - Part 1
Sect 2: Voltage Across an Inductor - Part 2
Sect 3: Current Through an Inductor - Part 1
Sect 4: Current Through an Inductor - Part 2
Sect 5: Power and Energy in an Inductor, Part 1
Sect 6: Power and Energy in an Inductor, Part 2
Sect 7 Power and Energy in an Inductor - Part 3
Sect 8: Current Through a Capacitor
Sect 9: Voltage, Power, and Energy Storage in a Capacitor
Sect 10: Capacitor Problems - Part 1
Sect 11: Capacitor Problems - Part 2
Sect 12: Inductors and Capacitors in Series and Parallel
Sect 13: Series and Parallel Circuits - Part 1
Sect 14: Series and Parallel Circuits - Part 1
Sect 15: Series and Parallel Circuits - Part 3
Sect 16: Series and Parallel Circuits - Part 4
Sect 17: Series and Parallel Circuits - Part 5