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15
Modules
87
Topics
2030
hours
Modules (15)
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chapter one

Module 1
Basic Circuit Elements and Waveforms
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to the interconnection of the electrical circuits, as well as the concept of resistance and conductance. You will also be introduced to a sinusoid, Kirchoff's law, as well as series resistors and the voltage division concepts, and the capacitorinductor phasor relationship.Basic Circuit Elements and Waveforms  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicBasic Concepts
Start TopicSinusoids and Phasors
Start TopicCircuit Element I
Start TopicCircuit Element II
Start TopicAC Power Analysis
Start TopicBasic Circuit Elements and Waveforms  Lesson Summary
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Module 2
Mesh and Node Analysis
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to the mesh and nodal analysis of various electrical circuits, as well as the topology of electrical circuits. You will also be introduced to the important technique for solving the electrical circuit, and also, dependent and independent current sources.Mesh and Node Analysis  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicRMS Voltage and Current
Start TopicTopology
Start TopicStarDelta Transformation and Mesh Analysis
Start TopicMesh Analysis
Start TopicNodal Analysis
Start TopicMesh and Node Analysis  Lesson Summary
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chapter two

Module 3
Network Theorems I
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to network theorems, and linearity properties, as well as the source transformation theorem. You will also be introduced to the concept of duality, deriving Thevenin's theorem, and Thevenin's theorem with dependent sources.Network Theorems I  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicLinearity Property and Superposition Theorem
Start TopicSource Transformation
Start TopicDuality
Start TopicThevenin's Theorem I
Start TopicThevenin's Theorem II
Start TopicNetwork Theorems I  Lesson Summary
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Module 4
Network Theorems II
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to Norton's theorem, as well as Norton's theorem with independent sources. You will also be introduced to the maximum power transfer theorem, the Thevenin equivalent, and the reciprocity theorem and compensation theorem.Network Theorems II  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicNorton's Theorem I
Start TopicNorton's Theorem II
Start TopicMaximum Power Transfer Theorem I
Start TopicMaximum Power Transfer Theorem II
Start TopicReciprocity and Compensation Theorem
Start TopicNetwork Theorems II  Lesson Summary
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chapter three

Module 5
First Order and Second Order Circuits
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to ways to excite firstorder circuits, as well as a sourcefree RL circuit. You will also be introduced to the definition of a singularity function, the stepresponse of an RC circuit, and finding the initial and final values of a secondorder circuit.First Order and Second Order Circuits  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicFirst Order RC Circuits
Start TopicFirst Order RL Circuits
Start TopicSingularity Functions
Start TopicStep Response of RC and RL Circuits
Start TopicSecond Order Response
Start TopicFirst Order and Second Order Circuits  Lesson Summary
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Module 6
Laplace Transform and its Application
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to a few properties of the RLC circuits, as well as some problems related to stepresponse of RLC circuits. You will also be introduced to the concept and definition of Laplace transform, the properties of Laplace transform, and inverse Laplace transform.Laplace transform and its Application  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicStep Response of Second Order Circuits
Start TopicStep Response of Parallel RLC Circuits
Start TopicDefinitions of the Laplace Transform
Start TopicProperties of the Laplace Transform
Start TopicInverse Laplace Transform
Start TopicLaplace transform and its Application  Lesson Summary
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Module 7
Advanced Diploma in Basic Electrical Circuits  First Assessment
Resources availableYou need to score 80% or more to pass.Advanced Diploma in Basic Electrical Circuits  First Assessment
Start Assessment 
chapter four

Module 8
Circuit Analysis Using Laplace Transform
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to how to carry out circuit analysis using the Laplace transform, as well as the concept of the transfer function in signal processing. You will also be introduced to the importance of the convolution integral, the graphical approach to evaluating the convolution integral, and network stability.Circuit Analysis Using Laplace Transform  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicLaplace Transform of Circuit Elements
Start TopicTransfer Function
Start TopicConvolution Integral
Start TopicGraphical Approach of Convolution Integral
Start TopicNetwork Stability and Network Synthesis
Start TopicCircuit Analysis Using Laplace Transform  Lesson Summary
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Module 9
Two Port Network
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to a twoport network in a circuit, as well as how to determine the admittance parameters. You will also be introduced to the concept of hybrid parameters, as well as the uses of transmission parameters, and a look at the interconnection of networks.Two Port Network  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicImpedance Parameters
Start TopicAdmittance Parameters
Start TopicHybrid Parameters
Start TopicTransmission Parameters
Start TopicInterconnection of Networks
Start TopicTwo Port Network  Lesson Summary
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chapter five

Module 10
Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis I
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to the concept of phasors and its application in AC circuit analysis, as well as the superposition theory. You will also be introduced to the Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits, mutual inductance, and the energy in a coupled circuit.Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis I  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicNodal and Mesh Analysis
Start TopicSuperposition Theorem and Source Transformation
Start TopicThevenin's, Norton's, and Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
Start TopicMagnetically Coupled Circuits
Start TopicEnergy in Coupled Circuits and Ideal Transformer
Start TopicSinusoidal Steady State Analysis I  Lesson Summary
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Module 11
Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis II
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to threephase circuits, as well as the phase sequence of threephase voltages, and the balanced wyewye connection. You will also be introduced to the balanced wyedelta connection, the balanced deltawye connection, and the elements of an unbalanced system.Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis II  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicIdeal Transformer and Introduction to ThreePhase Circuits
Start TopicBalanced ThreePhase Connections
Start TopicBalanced WyeDelta and DeltaDelta Connections
Start TopicBalanced DeltaWye Connection and Power in Balanced ThreePhase System
Start TopicUnbalanced ThreePhase System and ThreePhase Power Measurement
Start TopicSinusoidal Steady State Analysis II  Lesson Summary
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chapter six

Module 12
State Variable Analysis
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to various graphical models, as well as Mason's rule, and firstorder differential equations. You will also be introduced to the transfer function of multivariable systems, the statetransition matrix, and the relationship between state equations and transfer functions.State Variable Analysis  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicIntroduction to Graphical Methods
Start TopicState Equations
Start TopicState Diagram
Start TopicState Transition Matrix
Start TopicState Variable Method to Circuit Analysis
Start TopicState Variable Analysis  Lesson Summary
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Module 13
Analogous Systems
Resources availableIn this module, you will be introduced to the characteristics equation from a differential equation, as well as introduce you to the modelling of mechanical systems. You will also be introduced to the concept of rotational motion, modelling electrical networks, and the force current analogy.Analogous Systems  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicCharacteristic Equation, Eigenvalues, and Eigenvectors
Start TopicModeling of Mechanical Systems
Start TopicModeling of the Rotational Motion of Mechanical Systems
Start TopicModeling of Electrical Systems
Start TopicSolving Analogous Systems
Start TopicAnalogous Systems  Lesson Summary
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Module 14
Advanced Diploma in Basic Electrical Circuits  Second Assessment
Resources availableYou need to score 80% or more to pass.Advanced Diploma in Basic Electrical Circuits  Second Assessment
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course assessment: Advanced Diploma in Basic Electrical Circuits

Module 15
Course assessment
Resources available