A combination of Circuits and Network & Control Systems
This collection brings the perfect combo with all courses of two subjects Circuits and Network & Control Systems.
A look at the contents:
Circuits and Network:
+ Chapter 1: KVL and KCL
+ Chapter 2: Laplace Transformation and its application to circuits
+ Chapter 3: Initial Conditions
+ Chapter 4: RL and RC circuits
+ Chapter 5: Dot convention
+ Chapter 6: Network Functions
+ Chapter 7: Network Theorems
+ Chapter 8: Two Port Networks
+ Chapter 01: Block Diagram Reduction
+ Chapter 02: Mathematical Modelling
+ Chapter 03: Signal Flow Graph
+ Chapter 04: Time Response
+ Chapter 05: State Space
+ Chapter 06: Polar Plots
+ Chapter 07: Nyquist
Kirchhoff's Circuit Laws allow us to solve complex circuit problems by defining a set of basic network laws and theorems.
Let's learn how Laplace transform is used in circuit analysis.
What are RL and RC circuits? How are they formed? What is the difference between them? Find the answers to all this, and more!
In circuit analysis, the dot convention is a convention used to denote the voltage polarity of the mutual inductance of two components.
Let's learn the relationship between Circuits and Network Functions.
What are network theorems? Why are they used? Let's find out!
In this course we explore what Block Diagram Reduction means, and also learn its importance.
Control systems can be represented with a set of mathematical equations known as mathematical model.
Signal flow graph of control system is further simplification of block diagram of control system.
In this course we learn the time response analysis of control systems.
What are state-space models? Why are they used? What are their basic properties, and how do we analyze these? Let's explore these concepts!
The Polar Plot is a plot, which can be drawn between the magnitude and the phase angle of G(jω)H(jω) by varying ω from zero to ∞.
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