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PHYS 3300: Electrical Circuit Analysis: Part 1

An OER Textbook for the Brooklyn College Coordinated Engineering and Engineering Honors Programs, by Viraht Sahni

Lecture 1A: Introduction, Units, and Current

Lecture 1B Voltage or Potential Difference; Power

Lecture 2 Circuits and Circuit Elements; Ohm's Law

Lecture 3A Kirchhoff's Laws (Part 1)

Lecture 3B Kirchhoff's Laws part 2

Lecture 4A - Analysis of a Single Loop Circuit

Lecture 4B - The Single-Node Pair Circuit

Lecture 5A - Resistance and Source Combinations

Lecture 5B Voltage and Current Division

Lecture 6 - The Operational Amplifier (Part 1)

Lecture 7 Operational Amplifier (Part 2)

Lecture 8 Operational Amplifier (Part 3)

Lecture 9 - Nodal Analysis (Part 1)

Lecture 10 - Nodal Analysis (Part 2)

Lecture 11 - Mesh Analysis

Lecture 12 - Source Transformations

Lecture 13 - Problems in Source Transformations

Lecture 14 - Linearity and Superposition

Lecture 15 Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem

Lecture 16 - Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem (Part 2)

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