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Circuit Theory Course in Mianwali

Module 1: Introduction to Circuit Theory

1.1. Basic Concepts

Definition of circuits and circuit elements
Voltage, current, resistance, and power
Ohm’s Law and Kirchhoff’s Laws
1.2. Circuit Analysis Techniques

Series and parallel circuits
Voltage division and current division
Node voltage method and mesh current method
Module 2: Resistive Circuits

2.1. Resistors in Series and Parallel

Calculation of total resistance in series and parallel circuits
Voltage and current division in resistive circuits
2.2. Circuit Simplification Techniques

Thevenin’s theorem and Norton’s theorem
Superposition theorem and source transformation
Maximum power transfer theorem
Module 3: AC Circuits

3.1. Sinusoidal Signals and Phasors

Introduction to sinusoidal signals and phasor representation
Phasor addition and subtraction
RMS value and peak value of AC signals
3.2. AC Circuit Analysis

Impedance and admittance in AC circuits
Phasor diagrams and complex power
Analysis of series and parallel AC circuits
Module 4: Network Theorems

4.1. Kirchhoff’s Laws Revisited

Application of Kirchhoff’s Laws in AC circuits
Mesh analysis and nodal analysis for AC circuits
4.2. Network Theorems for AC Circuits

Superposition theorem for AC circuits
Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems for AC circuits
Maximum power transfer theorem in AC circuits
Module 5: Capacitors and Inductors

5.1. Capacitors in AC Circuits

Capacitive reactance and impedance
Series and parallel combinations of capacitors
AC circuit analysis with capacitors
5.2. Inductors in AC Circuits

Inductive reactance and impedance
Series and parallel combinations of inductors
AC circuit analysis with inductors
Module 6: Frequency Response and Filters

6.1. Frequency Response of Circuits

Bode plots and frequency domain analysis
Bandwidth, resonance, and quality factor
6.2. Passive Filters

Low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, and band-stop filters
Design and analysis of passive filters using circuit theory
Module 7: Three-Phase Circuits

7.1. Three-Phase Systems

Introduction to three-phase AC systems
Delta and wye connections in three-phase circuits
Power calculation in three-phase systems
7.2. Analysis of Three-Phase Circuits

Balanced and unbalanced loads in three-phase circuits
Three-phase power measurement and power factor correction
Module 8: Transformers and Coupled Circuits

8.1. Ideal Transformers

Transformer principles and operation
Transformer equivalent circuit and modeling
Transformer efficiency and regulation
8.2. Coupled Circuits

Mutual inductance and coupling coefficient
Analysis of coupled circuits and transformers
Applications of transformers in power systems
Module 9: Advanced Topics in Circuit Theory

9.1. Nonlinear Elements and Circuits

Diodes, transistors, and nonlinear circuit elements
Analysis of nonlinear circuits using small-signal models
Applications of diodes and transistors in electronic circuits
9.2. Signal Analysis and Amplifiers

Signal representation and Fourier series analysis
Frequency response of amplifiers and filters
Feedback and stability in amplifier circuits

Admission Open for this course 
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