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Basic Concepts & Basic Laws of Electric Circuits

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Methods of Analysis & Basic Theorems of Electric Circuits

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Operational Amplifiers, Capacitors & Inductors in Electric Circuits

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First Order Circuits in Electric Circuits

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AC Circuits for Beginners

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Series & Parallel Resonant Circuits

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Electric Circuits Simulations in MATLAB

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By Ahmed Mahdy | in Online Courses

This course is designed for absolute beginners who have zero knowledge about electric circuits. With 47 lectures, this course will teach you the basic concepts such as current, voltage, power, and energy regarding the electric circuits, as well as the basic laws of electric circuits as resistance, conductance, the combination of resistance and conductance, KVL, KCL, Ohm's law, star-delta transformations and more.

- Access 19 lectures & 4 hours of content 24/7
- Learn about the fundamentals of electric DC circuits
- Understand the difference between dependent & independent sources
- Know the principle of the TV picture tube or CRT
- Discover the basic laws of electricity
- Explore the applications of DC circuits

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Ahmed Mahdy is an electrical power engineer, a teaching assistant at Ain Shams University, and an instructor at Udemy, Skillshare, and Teachable with 11 courses. He's also an author on Amazon Kindle having 6 books about YouTube, Science fiction, and Electrical Engineering. In 2018, Udemy awarded him with being from the top 10% of most engaging instructors. Ahmed also created Mahdy Academy on the Teachable Platform in 2017.

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Your First Program

Basic Concepts of Electric Circuits

- Introduction to Electrical Systems - 15:10
- Electric Circuits, Charges, and Current - 31:07
- Solved Examples 1 - 10:36
- Voltage, Energy, and Power - 25:53
- Solved Examples 2 - 10:32
- Dependent and Independent Sources - 21:08
- Cathode Ray Tube and Electricity Bills - 16:09
- Special Thanks - 2:45

Basic Laws

- Introduction to Basic Laws - 9:05
- Ohm's Law and Conductance - 19:08
- Solved Examples 1 - 6:51
- Branch, Nodes, Loops, Series and Parallel Connection - 8:53
- Kirchhoff's Laws KVL and KCL - 11:57
- Solved Examples 2 - 9:39
- Voltage Division, Current Division, Analogy between Resistance and Conductance - 22:07
- Solved Examples 3 - 9:59
- Delta-Wye and Wye-Delta Transformations - 11:47
- Solved Examples 4 - 18:59
- Application on Basic Laws with a Solved Example - 9:44

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By Ahmed Mahdy | in Online Courses

This 3-hour course is designed for anyone who would like to learn the different methods of analysis in electric circuits as mesh analysis and nodal analysis, in addition to different circuit theorems such as superposition, Norton theorem, Thevenin theorem, source transformation theorem, and how to get maximum power from the circuit.

- Access 25lectures & 4 hours of content 24/7
- Understand Nodal analysis with & without voltage sources
- Learn about supernode
- Know Mesh analysis with & without current sources
- Understand the super mesh
- Learn Superposition, Thevenin's, & Norton's theorems

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Ahmed Mahdy is an electrical power engineer, a teaching assistant at Ain Shams University, and an instructor at Udemy, Skillshare, and Teachable with 11 courses. He's also an author on Amazon Kindle having 6 books about YouTube, Science fiction, and Electrical Engineering. In 2018, Udemy awarded him with being from the top 10% of most engaging instructors. Ahmed also created Mahdy Academy on the Teachable Platform in 2017.

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- Methods of Analysis
- Methods of Analysis and Nodal Analysis with No Voltage Source - 24:46
- Solved Example 1 - 9:39
- Nodal Analysis with a Voltage Source - 11:19
- Solved Examples 2 - 19:44
- Mesh Analysis with No Current Source - 11:12
- Solved Examples 3 - 10:15
- Mesh Analysis with a Current Source - 7:55
- Solved Example 4 - 10:20
- Nodal vs Mesh Analysis - 4:06
- Application Transistor Circuit with a Solved Example - 8:06

- Circuit Theorems
- Introduction to Circuit Theorems - 1:32
- Superposition Theorem - 8:08
- Example 1 on Superposition Theorem - 5:34
- Example 2 on Superposition Theorem - 13:10
- Source Transformation Theorem - 7:35
- Example 1 on Source Transformation Theorem - 12:17
- Example 2 on Source Transformation Theorem - 9:18
- Thevenin Theorem - 13:01
- Example 1 on Thevenin Theorem - 11:45
- Example 2 on Thevenin Theorem - 9:02
- Norton Theorem - 4:49
- Example 1 on Norton Theorem - 11:51
- Example 2 on Norton Theorem - 8:07
- Maximum Power Transfer - 13:35
- Example on Maximum Power Transfer - 6:28

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By Ahmed Mahdy | in Online Courses

This course is designed for anyone who would like to learn about the different types of operational amplifiers such as ideal op-amp, inverting amplifier, non-inverting amplifier, summing, and difference circuits. You will also get to know about the capacitors and inductors in electric circuits in addition to some of their applications.

- Access 52 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
- Understand the various types of operational amplifiers
- Learn about ideal op-amp, inverting, amplifier & non-inverting amplifier
- Learn about summing, difference & cascaded op-amp circuits
- Know applications of op amp like Digital-to-Analog converter & instrumentation amplifiers
- Know the applications of capacitors and inductor as integrator & differentiator

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Ahmed Mahdy is an electrical power engineer, a teaching assistant at Ain Shams University, and an instructor at Udemy, Skillshare, and Teachable with 11 courses. He's also an author on Amazon Kindle having 6 books about YouTube, Science fiction, and Electrical Engineering. In 2018, Udemy awarded him with being from the top 10% of most engaging instructors. Ahmed also created Mahdy Academy on the Teachable Platform in 2017.

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- Operational Amplifiers
- Introduction to Operational Amplifiers - 22:31
- Example on Non Ideal Op Amp - 14:43
- Construction of Ideal Operational Amplifiers - 4:07
- Example on Ideal Operational Amplifiers - 6:37
- Construction of Inverting Operational Amplifiers - 5:06
- Example 1 on Inverting Operational Amplifiers - 3:26
- Example 2 on Inverting Operational Amplifiers - 3:20
- Construction of non Inverting Operational Amplifiers - 7:14
- Example on non Inverting Operational Amplifiers - 5:36
- Construction of Summing Operational Amplifiers - 4:51
- Example on Summing Operational Amplifiers - 4:40
- Construction of Difference Operational Amplifiers - 8:37
- Example on Difference Operational Amplifiers - 4:05
- Cascaded Operational Amplifiers - 2:47
- Example on Cascaded Operational Amplifiers - 6:57
- Digital to Analog Converter - 9:06
- Example on Digital to Analog Converter - 3:22
- Instrumentation Amplifiers - 5:04
- Example on Instrumentation Amplifiers - 2:28

- Capacitors and Inductors
- Introduction to Capacitors - 23:28
- Equations of a Capacitor - 25:21
- Solved Examples on Capacitors - 23:32
- Series and Parallel Capacitors - 11:00
- Solved Examples on Series and Parallel Capacitors - 12:34
- Introduction to Inductors - 29:04
- Solved Examples on Inductors - 12:57
- Series and Parallel Inductors - 14:31
- Solved Examples on Series and Parallel Inductors - 15:01
- Application Integrator - 9:25
- Application Differentiator - 11:54

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By Ahmed Mahdy | in Online Courses

In this course, you will find answers to all the doubts regarding the source-free RC and RL circuits. The usage of these circuits is very common in science and engineering classes. They can help you to understand the various concepts quickly and make learning easy. The course includes solved examples of source-free RC and RL circuits along with the step response of an RC circuit, the step response of an RL circuit, and its application in the electronics industry.

- Access 13 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
- Know all the fundamentals of electric circuits
- Explain the difference between dependent & independent sources
- Understand the basic laws of electricity
- Learn the difference of simulation of charging & discharging of a capacitor

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Ahmed Mahdy is an electrical power engineer, a teaching assistant at Ain Shams University, and an instructor at Udemy, Skillshare, and Teachable with 11 courses. He's also an author on Amazon Kindle having 6 books about YouTube, Science fiction, and Electrical Engineering. In 2018, Udemy awarded him with being from the top 10% of most engaging instructors. Ahmed also created Mahdy Academy on the Teachable Platform in 2017.

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- First Order Circuits - Source-Free
- Introduction to First Order Circuits - 6:52
- Source-Free RC Circuit - 21:50
- Example 1 on Source-Free RC Circuit - 6:06
- Example 2 on Source-Free RC Circuit - 7:29
- Source-Free RL Circuit - 14:53
- Example 1 on Source-Free RL Circuit - 10:55
- Example 2 on Source-Free RL Circuit - 5:18

- First Order Circuits - Step Response
- Step Response of an RC Circuit - 27:04
- Example 1 on Step Response of an RC Circuit - 7:00
- Example 2 on Step Response of an RC Circuit - 12:18
- Step Response of an RL Circuit - 13:02
- Example 1 on Step Response of an RL Circuit - 4:36
- Example 2 on Step Response of an RL Circuit - 14:33

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By Ahmed Mahdy | in Online Courses

This course is designed to teach you the different types of AC circuits. You will learn how to analyze AC networks, how to understand and use phasors, impedance and admittance relationships, Kirchhoff's Laws, mesh analysis, and the superposition theorem in circuits. This course aims to provide a basic theoretical and practical background of AC circuits.

- Access 33 lectures & 6 hours of content 24/7
- Learn the basic principle of AC circuits & their applications
- Discover how the transformations in AC circuits are computed using phasor relationships
- Explore the application of nodal analysis in AC circuits
- Use superposition theorem & Thevenin/Norton theorem to compute power transfer
- Gain a better understanding of how network elements work together
- Understand fundamental concepts like real/imaginary parts on complex numbers

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Ahmed Mahdy is an electrical power engineer, a teaching assistant at Ain Shams University, and an instructor at Udemy, Skillshare, and Teachable with 11 courses. He's also an author on Amazon Kindle having 6 books about YouTube, Science fiction, and Electrical Engineering. In 2018, Udemy awarded him with being from the top 10% of most engaging instructors. Ahmed also created Mahdy Academy on the Teachable Platform in 2017.

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- Basics of AC Circuits
- Introduction to AC Electric Circuits - 26:14
- Solved Examples 1 - 9:56
- Phasor Representation of AC - 17:09
- Solved Examples 2 - 18:15
- Phasor Relationships for Circuit Elements - 17:35
- Impedance and Admittance - 31:43
- Kirchhoffâ€™s Laws and Impedance Combinations in the Frequency Domain - 13:05
- Solved Example 1 on Impedance Combination - 7:45
- Solved Example 2 on Voltage Division - 6:01
- Solved Example 3 on Impedance Combinations - 10:19

- Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis
- Solved Example 1 on Nodal Analysis - 15:00
- Solved Example 2 on Nodal Analysis - 6:56
- Solved Example 1 on Mesh Analysis - 7:48
- Solved Example 2 on Mesh Analysis - 9:31
- Solved Example 1 on Superposition Theorem - 8:13
- Solved Example 2 on Superposition Theorem - 15:33
- Solved Example on Source Transformation - 6:22
- Solved Example 1 on Thevenin Theorem - 7:42
- Solved Example 2 on Thevenin Theorem - 7:37
- Solved Example on Norton Theorem - 9:34

- AC Power Analysis
- Introduction to AC Power Analysis - 5:12
- Instantaneous Power and Average Power - 18:07
- Solved Examples 1 - 10:38
- Maximum Average Power Transfer - 11:12
- Solved Examples 2 - 9:13
- Effective or RMS Value in AC Circuits - 11:33
- Solved Examples 3 - 12:03
- Apparent Power and Power Factor - 9:59
- Solved Examples 4 - 9:42
- Complex Power and Power Triangle - 19:39
- Solved Examples 5 - 11:52
- Power Factor Correction - 17:06
- Solved Example 6 - 6:07

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By Ahmed Mahdy | in Online Courses

This course provides very detailed knowledge and understanding of series and parallel resonant circuits. In this course, you will learn, depending on your learning level, the importance, and applications of resonant circuits. You will also be introduced to their definition, equations, quality factor, and bandwidth. Each section has numerous solved examples that are written in a way so that they are easily understood by anyone.

- Access 23 lectures & 5 hours of content 24/7
- Learn the importance of resonant circuits
- Gain a better view on how they are applied in various industries
- Gain a conceptual understanding on resonant circuits
- Explain how to find the Bandwidth in a Resonance circuit

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Ahmed Mahdy is an electrical power engineer, a teaching assistant at Ain Shams University, and an instructor at Udemy, Skillshare, and Teachable with 11 courses. He's also an author on Amazon Kindle having 6 books about YouTube, Science fiction, and Electrical Engineering. In 2018, Udemy awarded him with being from the top 10% of most engaging instructors. Ahmed also created Mahdy Academy on the Teachable Platform in 2017.

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- Series Resonant CircuitSeries Resonant Circuit
- Introduction to Resonance in Electric Systems - 11:42
- Definition and Equations of a Series Resonant Circuit - 30:51
- Quality Factor of a Series Resonant Circuit - 20:19
- Total Impedance VS Frequency in a Series Resonant Circuit - 16:03
- Bandwidth and Selectivity Curve of a Series Resonant Circuit - 14:56
- Derivation of Cutoff Frequencies - 21:41
- Example 1 on Series Resonant Circuit - 9:14
- Example 2 on Series Resonant Circuit - 4:41
- Example 3 on Series Resonant Circuit - 5:51
- Example 4 on Series Resonant Circuit - 8:00
- Example 5 on Series Resonant Circuit - 8:51

- Parallel Resonant Circuit
- Parallel Resonant Circuit - 14:33
- Unity Power Factor of a Parallel Resonant Circuit - 12:46
- Maximum Impedance of a Parallel Resonant Circuit - 7:00
- Quality Factor of a Parallel Resonant Circuit - 12:56
- Bandwidth and Cutoff Frequencies of a Parallel Resonant Circuit - 19:52
- Effect of High Quality Factor on the Parallel Resonant Circuit - 24:07
- Example 1 on Parallel Resonant Circuit - 11:17
- Example 2 on Parallel Resonant Circuit - 15:41
- Example 3 on Parallel Resonant Circuit - 7:49
- Example 4 on Parallel Resonant Circuit - 11:44
- Example 5 on Parallel Resonant Circuit - 4:23
- Example 6 on Parallel Resonant Circuit - 10:54

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By Ahmed Mahdy | in Online Courses

This course will provide you with the knowledge and tools to simulate basic electric circuits using MATLAB, which you can use in your future studies. You will learn how to design and simulate operational amplifiers, charging and discharging a capacitor, a source-free RL circuit and an RC circuit; simulate their step responses in MATLAB; measure varying frequencies from any source with an LC circuit; use the difference equation method to solve time-varying systems of differential equations; solve for circuit parameters such as resistance, reactance and inductance using their equations.

- Access 13 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
- Learn the essential, unique MATLAB data types necessary for MATLAB programming & data analysis
- Discover how to simulate an electrical circuit in Matlab
- Convert between different data types
- Learn how to simulate electrical circuits in Matlab
- Use different data types & structures such as cells, tables, time tables, structures, & map containers
- Discover how to use essential laws & electrical relationships to solve electrical problems

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Ahmed Mahdy is an electrical power engineer, a teaching assistant at Ain Shams University, and an instructor at Udemy, Skillshare, and Teachable with 11 courses. He's also an author on Amazon Kindle having 6 books about YouTube, Science fiction, and Electrical Engineering. In 2018, Udemy awarded him with being from the top 10% of most engaging instructors. Ahmed also created Mahdy Academy on the Teachable Platform in 2017.

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- Electric Circuits Simulations in MATLAB
- Example 1 on Simulation of a Simple Electric Circuit - 10:08
- Example 2 on Simulation of a Simple Electric Circuit - 12:25
- Example 3 on Simulation of a Simple Electric Circuit - 7:27
- Simulation of an Inverting Amplifier - 12:00
- Simulation of non-Inverting and Summing Amplifiers - 7:30
- Simulation of Differentiator Op-Amp - 10:09
- Simulation of Source-Free RC Circuit - 11:49
- Simulation of Source-Free RL Circuit - 11:36
- Simulation of Step Response of an RC Circuit - 18:16
- Simulation of Step Response of an RL Circuit - 9:46
- Simulation of Charging and Discharging Capacitor Using MATLAB - 10:25
- Simulation of a Series Resonant Circuit - 20:45
- Simulation of a Parallel Resonant Circuit - 16:59

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