NOC:Basic Electric Circuits


Lecture 1 - Basic Concepts


Lecture 2 - Sinusoids and Phasors


Lecture 3 - Circuit Elements - Part 1


Lecture 4 - Circuit Elements - Part 2


Lecture 5 - AC Power Analysis


Lecture 6 - RMS Voltage and Current


Lecture 7 - Topology


Lecture 8 - Star-Delta Transformation and Mesh Analysis


Lecture 9 - Mesh Analysis.


Lecture 10 - Nodal Analysis


Lecture 11 - Linearity Property and Superposition Theorem


Lecture 12 - Source Transformation


Lecture 13 - Duality


Lecture 14 - Thevenin's Theorem - 1


Lecture 15 - Thevenin's Theorem - 2


Lecture 16 - Norton's Theorem - 1


Lecture 17 - Norton's Theorem - 2


Lecture 18 - Maximum Power Transfer Theorem - 1


Lecture 19 - Maximum Power Transfer Theorem - 2


Lecture 20 - Reciprocity and Compensation Theorem


Lecture 21 - First Order RC Circuits


Lecture 22 - First Order RL Circuits


Lecture 23 - Singularity Functions


Lecture 24 - Step Response of RC and RL Circuits


Lecture 25 - Second Order Response


Lecture 26 - Step Response of Second Order Circuits-First Order and Second Order Circuits (Continued...)


Lecture 27 - Step Response of Parallel RLC Circuit-First Order and Second Order Circuits (Continued...)


Lecture 28 - Definition of the Laplace Transform


Lecture 29 - Properties of the Laplace Transform


Lecture 30 - Inverse Laplace Transform


Lecture 31 - Laplace Transform of Circuit Elements


Lecture 32 - Transfer Function


Lecture 33 - Convolution Integral


Lecture 34 - Graphical Approach of Convolution Integral


Lecture 35 - Network Stability and Network Synthesis


Lecture 36 - Impedance Parameters


Lecture 37 - Admittance Parameters


Lecture 38 - Hybrid Parameters


Lecture 39 - Transmission Parameters


Lecture 40 - Interconnection of Networks


Lecture 41 - Nodal and Mesh Analysis


Lecture 42 - Superposition Theorem and Source Transformation


Lecture 43 - Thevenin's, Norton's and, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem


Lecture 44 - Magnetically Coupled Circuits


Lecture 45 - Energy in Coupled Circuits and Ideal Transformer


Lecture 46 - Ideal Transformer and Introduction to Three-Phase Circuits


Lecture 47 - Balanced Three-Phase Connections


Lecture 48 - Balanced Wye-Delta and Delta-Delta Connections


Lecture 49 - Balanced Delta-Wye Connection and Power in Balanced Three-Phase System


Lecture 50 - Unbalanced Three-Phase System and Three-Phase Power Measurement


Lecture 51 - Introduction to Graphical Models


Lecture 52 - State Equations


Lecture 53 - State Diagram


Lecture 54 - State Transition Matrix


Lecture 55 - State Variable Method to Circuit Analysis


Lecture 56 - Characteristic Equation, Eigenvalues, and Eigenvectors-State Variable Analysis (Continued...)


Lecture 57 - Modeling of Mechanical Systems


Lecture 58 - Modeling of The Rotational Motion of Mechanical Systems


Lecture 59 - Modeling of Electrical Systems


Lecture 60 - Solving Analogous Systems