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3 Electronics Courses Bundle |***Free PDF & Hard Copy Certificate Included | Lifetime Access


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This Electronics 3 courses bundle is designed for professionals who want to thrive in their profession. The course covers all the essential skills and knowledge needed to become specialised in this sector. You will learn real life knowledge and expertise from the industry experts and practitioners from this Electronics 3 courses bundle.

This Electronics 3 courses bundle consists of the following courses:

  • Course 1: Electrical Engineering: Power Electronics Masterclass
  • Course 2: Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering and Electronics
  • Course 3: AC Electric Circuit Analysis for Electrical Engineering

The Electronics 3 courses bundle starts with the basic knowledge of Electronics and gradually shares expertise knowledge. In this course you will get a complete idea of Electronics with key concepts, strategies regarding use of it and in-depth knowledge. The Electronics 3 courses bundle is completely an online course. You can access this course from any part of the world with just a smart device and the internet.

By the end of this course, you will get complete knowledge and marketable skills. The course also comes with a certificate, which will add extra value to your resume and help you stand out in the job market. In short, Electronics 3 courses bundle is the perfect course to fast track your career. So, why are you waiting? Enrol this course today!

What you will learn

From the Electrical Engineering: Power Electronics Masterclass you will learn

  • The types and connections of power system loads
  • The power triangle, complex power, and complex power flow
  • Three-phase power analysis
  • Use of per-phase analysis of balanced three-phase systems
  • Fundamentals of Power Engineering

From the Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering and Electronics you will learn

  • Generator circuit models and their analysis
  • How generators are used in power system analysis
  • The per-unit system and its use in analyzing power systems
  • Electrical transformers circuit models and their analysis
  • Transmission line circuit models including short, medium, and long lines
  • Advanced concepts in Power Engineering

From the AC Electric Circuit Analysis for Electrical Engineering you will learn

  • Power flow (load flow) analysis
  • Calculate the bus admittance matrix of a power system
  • Short circuit analysis of balanced and unbalanced faults
  • Symmetrical Components
  • Advanced concepts in Power Engineering

Why Choose the Electronics 3 courses bundle?

  • Conducted by industry experts
  • Get Instant E-certificate
  • Fully online, interactive course with Professional voice-over
  • Developed by qualified professionals
  • Self paced learning and laptop, tablet, smartphone friendly
  • Tutor Support

And you will also get these gifts

  • Free PDF Certificate
  • Free Hard Copy Certificate
  • Lifetime Course Access

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Course Curriculum

*** Course 1: Electrical Engineering: Power Electronics Masterclass ***

Course Introduction

  • Electronics - Welcome to the Course
  • Electronics - About Your Instructor

Introduction to Rectifiers

  • Electronics - Section Notes - Rectifiers
  • Electronics - The Ideal Rectifier
  • Electronics - Ideal Rectifiers
  • Electronics - Review of the Diode
  • Electronics - Diodes

Single-Phase Rectifiers

  • Electronics - Half-Wave Rectifiers with Resistive Loads
  • Electronics - Half-Wave Rectifiers with Inductive Loads
  • Electronics - The Freewheeling Diode
  • Electronics - Half-Wave Rectifiers with Capacitive Filters
  • Electronics - Single-Phase Half-Wave Rectifiers
  • Electronics - Full-Wave Rectifiers with Inductive Loads
  • Electronics - Full-Wave Rectifiers with Capacitive Filters
  • Electronics - Single-Phase Full-Wave Rectifiers

Three-Phase Rectifiers

  • Electronics - Half-Wave Rectifiers with Resistive Loads
  • Electronics - Full-Wave Rectifiers with Resistive Loads
  • Electronics - Three-Phase Rectifiers

Rectifier Design Example

  • Electronics - A Single-Phase Rectifier Design

Introduction to DC-to-DC Converters

  • Electronics - Section Notes - DC-to-DC Converters
  • Electronics - The Ideal DC-to-DC Converter
  • Electronics - Review of the Power BJT and the Power MOSFET
  • Electronics - The Basic DC Chopper

DC-to-DC Converters3

  • Electronics - Buck (Step-Down) Converters
  • Electronics - Boost (Step-Up) Converters
  • Electronics - Buck/Boost (Step-Down/Up) Converters

Introduction to Inverters

  • Electronics - Section Notes - Inverters
  • Electronics - The Ideal Inverter

Single-Phase Inverters

  • Electronics - Single-Phase Inverters with Resistive Loads

Three-Phase Inverters

  • Electronics - Three-Phase Inverters with Resistive Loads - Part 1
  • Electronics - Three-Phase Inverters with Resistive Loads - Part 2

Bonus Section

  • Electronics - Bonus Lecture

*** Course 2:Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering and Electronics ***

Course Introduction

  • Electronics - Welcome to the Course
  • Electronics - About Your Instructor

Introduction to Electric Circuits and Electronics

  • Electronics - Definition of the Electric Circuit
  • Electronics - Electric Charge and Electric Current
  • Electronics - Alternating Current (AC) vs. Direct Current (DC)
  • Electronics - Definition of Voltage
  • Electronics - Electrical Energy and Voltage
  • Electronics - Definition of Power
  • Electronics - Introduction to Electric Circuits and Electronics

Sources in Electric Circuits and Electronics

  • Electronics - Independent Sources
  • Electronics - Example - Independent Sources
  • Electronics - Dependent Sources
  • Electronics - Example - Dependent Sources
  • Electronics - Electric Circuit Sources

DC Resistive Electric Circuits

  • Electronics - Ohm's Law
  • Electronics - Example - Ohm's Law (1 of 2)
  • Electronics - Example - Ohm's Law (2 of 2)
  • Electronics - Circuit Terminology
  • Electronics - Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL)
  • Electronics - Example - Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL)
  • Electronics - Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL)
  • Electronics - Example - Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL)
  • Electronics - Voltage Division
  • Example - Voltage Division
  • Electronics - Current Division
  • Electronics - Example - Current Division
  • Electronics - Series Resistors
  • Electronics - Example - Series Resistors
  • Electronics - Parallel Resistors
  • Electronics - Example - Parallel Resistors
  • Electronics - Series/Parallel Combination of Resistors
  • Electronics - Example - Series/Parallel Combination of Resistors (1 of 3)
  • Electronics - Example - Series/Parallel Combination of Resistors (2 of 3)
  • Electronics - Example - Series/Parallel Combination of Resistors (3 of 3)
  • Electronics - Example - Resistive Circuit Analysis (1 of 3)
  • Electronics - Example - Resistive Circuit Analysis (2 of 3)
  • Electronics - Example - Resistive Circuit Analysis (3 of 3)
  • Electronics - DC Resistive Electric Circuits

Nodal Analysis of DC Resistive Electric Circuits

  • Electronics - Definition of Nodal Analysis
  • Electronics - Example - Nodal Analysis with Independent Sources
  • Electronics - Example - Nodal Analysis with Dependent Sources
  • Electronics - Nodal Analysis of DC Resistive Electric Circuits

Loop Analysis of DC Resistive Electric Circuits

  • Electronics - Definition of Loop Analysis
  • Electronics - Example - Loop Analysis with Independent Sources
  • Electronics - Example - Loop Analysis with Dependent Sources
  • Electronics - Loop Analysis of DC Resistive Electric Circuits

Advanced DC Electric Circuit Analysis Techniques

  • Electronics - Superposition Theorem
  • Electronics - Example - Superposition Theorem
  • Electronics - Thévenin's Theorem
  • Electronics - Example - Thévenin's Theorem (Part 1)
  • Electronics - Example - Thévenin's Theorem (Part 2)
  • Electronics - Norton's Theorem
  • Electronics - Example - Norton's Theorem
  • Electronics - Advanced DC Electric Circuit Analysis Techniques

Capacitors and Their Uses in Electric Circuits and Electronics

  • Electronics - Definition of Capacitors
  • Electronics - Charge in a Capacitor
  • Electronics - Current Through a Capacitor
  • Electronics - Voltage Across a Capacitor
  • Electronics - Energy Stored in a Capacitor
  • Electronics - Series Capacitors
  • Electronics - Parallel Capacitors
  • Electronics - Series/Parallel Combination of Capacitors
  • Electronics - Capacitors and Their Uses in Electric Circuits and Electronics

Inductors and Their Uses in Electric Circuits and Electronics

  • Electronics - Definition of Inductors
  • Electronics - Voltage Across an Inductor
  • Electronics - Current Through an Inductor
  • Electronics - Energy Stored in an Inductor
  • Electronics - Series Inductors
  • Electronics - Parallel Inductors
  • Electronics - Series/Parallel Combination of Inductors
  • Electronics - Inductors and Their Uses in Electric Circuits and Electronics

First-Order Transient Electric Circuits

  • Electronics - First-Order Transient Circuits - Introduction
  • Electronics - Series RC Circuits

Bonus Section

  • Electronics - Bonus Lecture

*** Course 3:AC Electric Circuit Analysis for Electrical Engineering ***

Course Introduction

  • Electronics - Welcome to the Course
  • Electronics - About Your Instructor
  • Electronics - Outline and Objectives

AC Steady-State Electric Circuit Analysis

  • Electronics - Sinusoids and Their Components
  • Electronics - Definition of Phasors
  • Electronics - Voltage-Current Relationship for Resistors
  • Electronics - Voltage-Current Relationship for Capacitors
  • Electronics - Voltage-Current Relationship for Inductors
  • Electronics - Definition of Impedance
  • Electronics - Definition of Admittance
  • Electronics - Series/Parallel Combination of Impedances
  • Electronics - Circuit Analysis Techniques for AC Circuits
  • Electronics - Example - AC Steady-State Circuit Analysis (1 of 2)
  • Electronics - Example - AC Steady-State Circuit Analysis (2 of 2)

Power in AC Circuits

  • Electronics - Instantaneous Power
  • Electronics - Example - Instantaneous Power
  • Electronics - Average Power
  • Electronics - Example - Average Power
  • Electronics - Root-Mean-Square (RMS) Value of Sinusoids
  • Electronics - Example - RMS Values

Course Wrap-Up

  • Electronics - Bonus Lecture

Certification

By the successful completion of your course, you will get an instant e-certificate. Our courses are fully updated with industry knowledge and skills that aim at making you an expert in the field. The hard copy of the certificate is also available and can be sent to your address. The delivery charge is applicable which will be £4.99. All the certificates have no expiry dates but to stay updated and valued certificates are recommended to be renewed every year.

Who is this course for?

  • Anybody with an interest in learning about electrical, electronics, or computer engineering. This is an introductory course, no prior engineering experience is required

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of semiconductor devices
  • Basic understanding of electronic circuit analysis
  • Basic knowledge of algebra

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