Fundamentals of Electrical Circuit Analysis

Master the Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Take Your Circuit Analysis Skills to the Next Level.

What you'll learn

  • What are electric circuits and electronics and the fundamental quantities in circuits like voltage and current
  • What resistors, capacitors, and inductors are and how they are used in electric circuits
  • Resistors ,color code for the resistors and resistivity of the common materials
  • Advanced electric circuit analysis techniques such as the superposition theorem, Thévenin’s theorem, and Norton’s theorem
  • Current and Voltage Sources in Electrical Circuit
  • lectric circuit analysis techniques using Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws, nodal analysis and mesh analysis
  • Power in AC Circuit (Real Power, Reactive Power, Apparent Power) with Problems
  • Significance, Construction and Working of Transformers and Generators
  • Understand the fundamentals of AC current in details and differences between direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC)


Welcome to the Fundamentals of Electrical Circuit Analysis course!

Are you interested in exploring the world of electrical engineering and electronics engineering? If so, this course is for you!

In this course, you will learn the fundamental concepts of electric circuit analysis, the most important topic for electrical, electronics, and computer engineering. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced engineer, this course is designed to provide you with a solid foundation in electric circuit analysis.

The course is designed for undergraduate students, but it starts from a very basic level, making it accessible to beginners as well. We will introduce and explain the fundamental concepts of basic electrical engineering, including DC and AC (Single Phase and Three Phase Circuits) Circuit Analysis, Construction and working of transformers, steady-state and phase analysis of AC networks, series and parallel circuits, and how to calculate equivalent resistance. You will also learn about Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s laws, and how to use Nodal and Mesh Analysis (KCL and KVL) to solve electrical circuits.

By the end of the course, you will have a deep understanding of the principles of electricity and how they are used to design and build electrical systems. You will also be able to apply your knowledge through interactive quizzes and hands-on exercises.

Join us on this exciting journey as we delve into the world of electrical engineering and explore the fundamentals of electric circuit analysis!

This course covers the following topics.

1. Introduction to the Course

What is Electricity and what should be the Assumptions for Solving an Electrical Circuit?

Explanation of Resistor, Capacitor, Inductor, Voltage Source, and Current Source

Electric Current and Numerical Problems related to the topic

Passive Sign Convention

Electrical Power and Energy and Numerical Problems related to the topic

Understand Electrical Circuits and Elements of Electrical Circuits with a System of Units

Learn How to Calculate the Electricity Bill

2. Ohm and Kirchhoff’s Law & Circuit Terminologies

Understand Resistors, Colour Codes for Resistors, and Resistivity of Common Materials

Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Law with Numerical Problems related to the topics

Understand the Current Terminologies

3. Series and Parallel Circuit and Calculating Equivalent Resistance

Explanation of Series circuit and Voltage Divider Rule for the Series Circuit

Explanation of Parallel Circuit and Current Divider Rule for the Parallel Circuit

Learn Circuit Analysis and Calculate the Equivalent Resistance of the Circuit

4. Nodal and Mesh Analysis of the Electrical Circuit by Using KCL and KVl

Understand Nodal and Super Nodal Analysis by using KCL with Numerical Problems

Understand Mesh and Super Mesh Analysis by using KVL with Numerical Problems

5. Circuit Theorems for Solving Electrical Circuit

· Linearity Property of Circuit and Solving Numerical Problems related topic

· Superposition Theorem for Electrical Circuits with Numerical Problems

· Understand Source Transformation for Simplifying Electrical Circuit

· Thevenin’s theorem and Norton’s theorem and Solving Numerical Problems related to topics

6. Fundamentals of the AC current

7. Electric Machines

Power in AC Circuit (Real Power, Reactive Power, Apparent Power) with Problems

Significance, Construction, and Working of Transformers

Electrical Machines (Generator for the Power Generation)


Requirements for the course

  • Basic knowledge of algebra

Who this course is for

  • Anybody with an interest in learning about the fundamentals of Electric Component as this course starts from very basic level
  • This course is designed for Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Instrumentation & Control Engineering Students


14.5 hours on-demand video

6 downloadable resources

Full lifetime access

Access on mobile and TV

Certificate of completion