 # DC Circuits

(8 reviews)     Publisher: University of Oklahoma Libraries

Language: English

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PrefaceModule 1 – The Basics of DC Circuits with Resistors

• Section 1.1 – Introduction and Basic Definitions
• Section 1.1.1 - Charge vs Current
• Section 1.1.2 - Resistance Calculations – (Resistance explained in more detail in section 1.1.3)
• Section 1.1.3 - Ohm's Law: Voltage, Current, Resistance, and Conductance
• Section 1.1.4 – Power and Energy
• Section 1.2 – Combining Resistors in Parallel or Series
• Section 1.3 – Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL) and Voltage Divider Rule (VDR)
• Section 1.4 – Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL) and Current Divider Rule (CDR)
• Module 1 – Equation List

Module 2 – Advanced Topics for DC Circuits with Resistors

• Section 2.1 – Source Transformations: Thevenin and Norton Form
• Section 2.2 – Approximate Source Transformations: Adding a virtual resistor
• Section 2.2.1 - Voltage Source Approximate Transformation
• Section 2.2.2 - Current Source Approximate Transformation
• Section 2.3 – Mesh Matrix Analysis and traditional loop analysis methods
• Section 2.4 – Nodal Matrix Analysis and traditional Nodal Analysis
• Section 2.5 – Superposition: Solving a circuit by including only one source at a time
• Section 2.6 – Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits

Module 3 – DC Circuits with Resistors, Capacitors, and Inductors

• Section 3.1 – Background for Capacitors
• Section 3.2 – Background for Inductors
• Section 3.3 – Combining Inductors in Parallel and/or Series
• Section 3.4 – Combining Capacitors in Parallel and/or Series
• Section 3.5 – DC Transient Analysis with RC and RL Circuits
• Section 3.5.1 – Single Loop RL and RC Charging (Store) Circuits
• Section 3.5.2 – Single Loop RL and RC Discharging (Release) Circuits
• Section 3.6 – DC Steady State Analysis with RC, RL, and RLC Circuits
• Section 3.7 – Introduction to Passive Filters
• Module 3 – Equation List

References and LinksAppendix – Dependent Sources and Laplace Transform Examples

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