Ideal circuit elementsIdeal sourcesIdeal elements and sourcesReal-world circuit elementsCircuit terminologyCircuit terminologySign convention for passive componentsSign convention for passive components and sources
Circuit analysis overviewKirchhoff's current lawKirchhoff's voltage lawKirchhoff's lawsLabeling voltagesApplication of the fundamental laws (setup)Application of the fundamental laws (solve)Application of the fundamental lawsNode voltage method (steps 1 to 4)Node voltage method (step 5)Node voltage methodMesh current method (steps 1 to 3)Mesh current method (step 4)Mesh current methodLoop current methodNumber of required equationsLinearitySuperposition
AC analysis intro 1AC analysis intro 2Trigonometry reviewSine and cosine come from circlesSine of timeSine and cosine from rotating vectorLead LagComplex numbersMultiplying by j is rotationComplex rotationEuler's formulaComplex exponential magnitudeComplex exponentials spinEuler's sine waveEuler's cosine waveNegative frequencyAC analysis superpositionImpedanceImpedance vs frequencyELI the ICE manImpedance of simple networksKVL in the frequency domain
About this unit
Circuit analysis is the process of finding all the currents and voltages in a network of connected components. We look at the basic elements used to build circuits, and find out what happens when elements are connected together into a circuit.