Engineering Circuit Analysis Vol. 5
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�Engineering Circuit Analysis, also known as Circuit Theory, is difficult for most students primarily because the basic laws seem very simple. This leads the student to believe that the exam problems will not be too difficult, when in reality there is a large amount of technique in solving circuit problems. In other words, practicing circuit problems is absolutely essential to success in any circuits course.�
We begin this course assuming that the student knows absolutely nothing about the solution methods to be learned. We introduce the concept of the time contant early in this course and take time to explain what the physical meaning of the time constant really is. Next, we explore the natural response of circuits that have Inductors and Resistors (LR) and Capacitors with Resistors (RC).
Next, explore and solve problems that deal with the step response of circuits in which a source is connected to the capacitor or indivtive load by a switch. These types of circuits are very common in circuit analysis and all students must master this material.
With these tools, the student will be able to solve a wide variety of engineering level circuit problems with confidence.
Sect 1: Introduction to Natural and Step Response
Sect 2: Natural Response of LR Circuits
Sect 3: Time Constant of LR Circuits
Sect 4: LR Natural Response Circuit Problems, Part 1
Sect 5: LR Natural Response Circuit Problems, Part 2
Sect 6: LR Natural Response Circuit Problems, Part 3
Sect 7: Natural Response of RC Circuits
Sect 8: RC Natural Response Circuit Problems, Part 1
Sect 9: RC Natural Response Circuit Problems, Part 2
Sect 10: Step Response of LR Circuits
Sect 11: LR Step Response Circuit Problem
Sect 12: Step Response of RC Circuits
Sect 13: RC Step Response Circuit Problem
Sect 14: General Solution of Step and Natural Response
Sect 15: Use General Form to Solve Problems