 Instructor: Christine Slater
 Lectures: 26
 Students: 204
 Duration: 10 weeks
This tutorial is meant to provide the readers the knowhow to analyze and solve any electric circuit or network. After completing this tutorial, you will understand the laws and methods that can be applied to specific electric circuits and networks.
Audience
This tutorial is meant for all the readers who are aspiring to learn the concepts of Network Theory. In some universities, this subject is also called as “Network Analysis & Circuit Theory.”
Prerequisites
There are no major prerequisites to understand the concepts discussed in this tutorial. Once you are through with the first few chapters, you will be quite at ease with the methods and concepts of DC circuits and AC circuits, discussed in later chapters.

Network Theory  Overview

Lecture 2.1Network Theory – Overview


Network Theory  Example Problems

Lecture 3.1Network Theory – Example Problems


Network Theory  Active Elements

Lecture 4.1Network Theory – Active Elements


Network Theory  Passive Elements

Lecture 5.1Network Theory – Passive Elements


Network Theory  Kirchhoff’s Laws

Lecture 6.1Network Theory – Kirchhoff’s Laws


Electrical Quantity Division Principles

Lecture 7.1Electrical Quantity Division Principles


Network Theory  Nodal Analysis

Lecture 8.1Network Theory – Nodal Analysis


Network Theory  Mesh Analysis

Lecture 9.1Network Theory – Mesh Analysis


Network Theory  Equivalent Circuits

Lecture 10.1Network Theory – Equivalent Circuits


Equivalent Circuits Example Problem

Lecture 11.1Equivalent Circuits Example Problem


Network Theory  Delta to Star Conversion

Lecture 12.1Network Theory – Delta to Star Conversion


Network Theory  Star to Delta Conversion

Lecture 13.1Network Theory – Star to Delta Conversion


Network Theory  Network Topology

Lecture 14.1Network Theory – Network Topology


Network Topology Matrices

Lecture 15.1Network Topology Matrices


Network Theory  Superposition Theorem

Lecture 16.1Network Theory – Superposition Theorem


Network Theory  Thevenin’s Theorem

Lecture 17.1Network Theory – Thevenin’s Theorem


Network Theory  Norton’s Theorem

Lecture 18.1Network Theory – Norton’s Theorem


Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

Lecture 19.1Maximum Power Transfer Theorem


Network Theory  Response of DC Circuits

Lecture 20.1Network Theory – Response of DC Circuits


Network Theory  Response of AC Circuits

Lecture 21.1Network Theory – Response of AC Circuits


Network Theory  Series Resonance

Lecture 22.1Network Theory – Series Resonance


Network Theory  Parallel Resonance

Lecture 23.1Network Theory – Parallel Resonance


Network Theory  Coupled Circuits

Lecture 24.1Network Theory – Coupled Circuits


Network Theory  TwoPort Networks

Lecture 25.1Network Theory – TwoPort Networks


TwoPort Parameter Conversions

Lecture 26.1TwoPort Parameter Conversions


Network Theory  Filters

Lecture 27.1Network Theory – Filters
