Engineering Circuit Analysis - Vol 4
Capacitors and Inductors!

This area contains the lessons for the Engineering Circuit Analysis Tutor, Volume 4.

Here we'll cover material that covers Capacitors, Inductors, and more!

Section 1: Voltage Across an Inductor, Part 1 In this lesson, we will learn what an inductor is and why it is important. We'll explore the relationship between voltage and current in an inductor and show how to calculate these quantities. . . . View the lesson

Section 3: Current Through an Inductor, Part 1 In this lesson, the student will learn how to calculate the current flowing through an inductor. In order to do this, we'll need to integrate the voltage across the inductor as a function of time. . . . View the lesson

Section 5: Power and Energy in an Inductor, Part 1 In this lesson, the student will learn how energy is stored in an inductor. We will discuss the difference between power and energy, the sign convention that is used, and solve several examples. . . . View the lesson

Section 6: Power and Energy in an Inductor, Part 2 In this lesson, the student will learn how energy is stored in an inductor. We will discuss the difference between power and energy, the sign convention that is used, and solve several examples. . . . View the lesson

Section 7: Power and Energy in an Inductor, Part 3 In this lesson, the student will learn how energy is stored in an inductor. We will discuss the difference between power and energy, the sign convention that is used, and solve several examples. . . . View the lesson

Section 8: Current Through a Capacitor In this lesson, the student will learn about the capacitor and how current flows through these devices. We'll work examples to give the student mastery of these concepts. . . . View the lesson

Section 9: Voltage, Power, and Energy Storage in a Capacitor In this lesson, the student will learn how to calculate the voltage drop across a capacitor and how it relates to the current flow. We'll also cover how energy is stored in a capacitor and how it relates to power calculations. . . . View the lesson