Direct Current (DC)

  1. The Basics of Voltage, Current and Resistance
  2. What is Resistance? An Explanation
  3. What is Current? An Explanation
  4. What is Charge? An Explanation
  5. What is Capacitance? An Explanation
  6. What is a Coulomb? An Explanation
  7. What is a Farad? An Explanation
  1. RC Circuit Analysis No. 1
  2. RC Circuit Analysis No. 2
  3. RC Circuits No. 3, Charging and Discharging a Capacitor, with PhET Simulation
  4. RC Circuits No. 4, Time Constant, Voltage and Current for Charging a Capacitor
  5. RC Circuits No. 5, Charging a Capacitor, Voltage and Current, Worked Example
  6. RC Circuits No. 6, Time Constant, Voltage and Current for Discharging a Capacitor
  7. RC Circuits No. 7, Discharging a Capacitor, Voltage and Current, Worked Example
  1. RL Circuit Analysis No. 1, Voltages and Currents
  2. RL Circuit Analysis No. 2, Voltages and Currents
  3. RLC Circuit Analysis No. 3, Voltage, Current and Charge
  4. RL Circuits No. 4, Inductor Charging & Discharging, An Explanation, Part 1
  5. RL Circuits No. 5, Inductor Charging & Discharging, An Explanation, Part 2
  6. RL Circuits No. 6, Charging an Inductor, Time Constant, Voltage, Current, An Explanation
  7. RL Circuits No. 7, Charging an Inductor, Time Constant, Voltage, Current, Worked Example
  8. Comparing RC and RL Circuits, Voltage and Current
  1. Resistors in Series, Voltage, Resistance and Current
  2. Resistors in Series, Voltage Drop
  3. Resistors in Series, Equivalent Resistance
  4. Resistors in Series, Current
  1. Resistors in Parallel, Voltage, Resistance and Current
  2. Resistors in Parallel, Voltage
  3. Resistors in Parallel, Equivalent Resistance
  4. Resistors in Parallel, Current
  5. Resistors in Series vs. Resistors in Parallel
  1. Kirchhoff’s Rules for Circuit Analysis, An Explanation
  2. Kirchhoff’s Rules for Circuit Analysis, Example No. 1
  3. Kirchhoff’s Rules for Circuit Analysis, Example No. 2
  4. Kirchhoff’s Rules for Circuit Analysis, Example No. 3
  1. Resistors in Combination, Two in Parallel that are in Series with a Third
  2. Resistors in Combination, Two in Series that are Parallel with to a Third
  1. Factors Affecting the Capacitance of a Capacitor
  2. Calculating the Capacitance of a Capacitor, An Explanation
  3. Calculating the Capacitance of a Capacitor, Example Problems
  4. Energy Stored in a Capacitor, An Explanation
  5. Energy Stored in a Capacitor, Example Problems
  1. Capacitors in Series, Voltage, Charge and Total Capacitance
  2. Capacitors in Series, Voltage
  3. Capacitors in Series, Charge
  4. Capacitors in Series, Equivalent Capacitance
  1. Capacitors in Parallel, Voltage, Charge and Total Capacitance
  2. Capacitors in Parallel, Voltage
  3. Capacitors in Parallel, Charge
  4. Capacitors in Parallel, Equivalent Capacitance
  5. Capacitors in Parallel vs. Capacitors in Series
  1. Combination Capacitors, Two in Parallel that are in Series with a Third
  2. Combination Capacitors, Two in Series that are in Parallel with a Third

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