Electrical Theory Fundamentals

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Course Overview: Welcome to the Electrical Theory Fundamentals course! This comprehensive course aims to provide you with a solid understanding of the fundamental concepts and principles of electrical theory. From basic electrical quantities to circuit analysis techniques, this course will lay the foundation for your journey into the world of electrical engineering. Let’s get started!

Course Outline:

Module 1: Introduction to Electrical Theory

  • Introduction to electrical theory and its importance in engineering
  • Overview of electrical quantities: voltage, current, resistance, and power
  • Introduction to electrical circuits and circuit elements

Module 2: Ohm’s Law and Basic Circuit Analysis

  • Understanding Ohm’s Law and its relationship between voltage, current, and resistance
  • Series and parallel circuits: analysis and calculations
  • Kirchhoff’s Laws: an introduction to current and voltage laws

Module 3: Circuit Analysis Techniques

  • Node and mesh analysis methods for solving complex circuits
  • Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems: simplifying complex circuits
  • Superposition, maximum power transfer, and reciprocity theorems

Module 4: Capacitors and Inductors

  • Understanding capacitors: properties, behavior, and charging/discharging processes
  • Inductors: characteristics, behavior, and energy storage
  • RL and RC circuits: transient responses and time constants

Module 5: Alternating Current (AC) Theory

  • Introduction to AC circuits and sinusoidal waveforms
  • Phasors and complex numbers in AC analysis
  • AC circuit analysis techniques: impedance, admittance, and power calculations

Module 6: Three-Phase Systems

  • Introduction to three-phase systems and their advantages
  • Three-phase power calculations and power factor correction
  • Delta and wye (star) connections in three-phase circuits

Module 7: Magnetic Circuits and Transformers

  • Magnetic circuits: behavior, magnetic materials, and reluctance
  • Principles of transformers: turns ratio, transformer equations, and efficiency
  • Ideal and practical transformer models and their applications

Module 8: Introduction to Semiconductors and Diodes

  • Basics of semiconductor physics: conductors, insulators, and semiconductors
  • Introduction to diodes: characteristics, rectification, and diode applications

Module 9: Transistors and Amplifiers

  • Understanding bipolar junction transistors (BJTs) and field-effect transistors (FETs)
  • Transistor amplifiers: common emitter, common base, and common collector configurations
  • Biasing techniques and small-signal analysis of transistor circuits

Module 10: Digital Electronics

  • Introduction to digital electronics: logic gates, Boolean algebra, and truth tables
  • Combinational and sequential logic circuits
  • Introduction to flip-flops, registers, and counters

Module 11: Introduction to Power Systems

  • Overview of power generation, transmission, and distribution
  • Power factor, power quality, and power factor correction techniques
  • Basics of grounding and safety in power systems

Conclusion: Congratulations on completing the Electrical Theory Fundamentals course! By mastering the concepts covered in this course, you have built a strong foundation in electrical theory. This knowledge will serve as a stepping stone for further exploration in electrical engineering, electronics, power systems, and various other fields. Remember to apply your understanding of electrical theory to practical applications and continue expanding your knowledge as you progress in your electrical engineering journey.

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What Will You Learn?

  • You will learn Everything about electricity like:
  • Amps, Volts, Resistance, Motors, Transformers, Phases, Frequency, Batteries, Solar, Wind and so much more in this course. You will be able to apply this new knowledge in the field and have more confidence than ever, that your builds will run safely for years to come.

Course Content

S-1 General Safety Rules S-2 Effects of Electric Current S-3 On The Job S-4 Protective Clothing S-5 Ladders & Scaffolds S-6 Fires S-7 Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters S-8 Grounding

Unit 1 – Atomic Structure
Objectives After studying this unit, you should be able to: List the principal parts of an atom State the law of charges Discuss the centripetal force  Discuses the differences between conductors & insulators Preview Electricity is the driving force that provides most of the power for the industrialized world. It is used to light houses, cook meals, heat and cool building, run electric motors, & supplies ignition for most automobiles in the world, 

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