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Introduction to Electric Circuit course introduce students the method of analysis for linear electrical circuits based on the direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) circuit theorems. The course can be categorized into 2 parts. First part is focusing on DC circuit. It covers the fundamental laws & theorem, circuit analytical technique, passive & active elements. Second part, it emphasize on ac circuit. It is introduces phasors, sinusoidal state
analysis, using previous analytical techniques, under sinusoidal state excitation, RLC circuits, AC power calculations & power factor correction, RMS values & 3-phase balanced systems. At the end of the course, the student should be able to apply the theorems and concepts in order to analyze any linear electric circuits.
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