Superposition Method for Solving Electrical Circuits

Powerful Circuit Solving Technique for Engineering Students – AC & DC Problems to Master Principle of Superposition

Kick start your Electrical Engineering abilities and master this simple, yet powerful circuit solving method!

What you’ll learn

  • The Principle of Superposition.
  • Superposition Method Steps.
  • Create and solve subcircuits.
  • Switching off voltage sources – Short.
  • Switching off current sources – Open.
  • Superimpose components (contributions).
  • Solving Circuits with 3 or More Sources.
  • Direct Current (DC) Problems.
  • Alternating Current (AC) Problems.
  • Examples, Tutorials and Quizzes with detailed solutions.
  • Practice problems with solutions.
  • 20 Problems overall to master the superposition.

Course Content

  • Welcome –> 1 lecture • 6min.
  • Background Knowledge –> 5 lectures • 50min.
  • Superposition Method Theory –> 5 lectures • 30min.
  • Example DC Problems with Detailed Solutions –> 3 lectures • 12min.

Superposition Method for Solving Electrical Circuits

Requirements

  • Knowledge of electric Voltage and Current.
  • Basic electrical circuit laws and principles: Ohm’s Law, KCL, KVL, Voltage Divider, Current Divider.
  • Knowledge of Complex Numbers, Phasors and Impedance in order to solve A/C circuits.

Kick start your Electrical Engineering abilities and master this simple, yet powerful circuit solving method!

Superposition Method course will provide you with complete step-by-step process for solving electrical circuits with multiple sources and add Principle of Superposition to your circuit solving skills. This method is an important factor for every Electrical Engineering student seeking to obtain their degree or simply pass a course that contains Superposition Method in its curricula.

Get ready to zoom through your electrical circuit problems with confidence and nonchalantly solve for Voltages and Currents in linear circuits with two or more sources. Apply your knowledge to both DC circuits with resistors only and AC circuits with resistors, inductors and capacitors.

I will reveal to you the critical concepts related to superposition method: we will start from general circuits to acquire necessary background knowledge.  Then, we will focus on a specific circuit with two sources and go into details of superposition method in action. We will cover separately how to deal with voltage sources and how to deal with current sources. Later on, I will teach you the application of superposition method to solving more difficult circuits in Electrical Engineering through number of examples, problems and quiz questions with detailed solutions. Lastly, you will have a chance to practice solving problems that I will provide solutions for.

The course is your track to obtaining circuit solving skills you knew you won’t be able to get away from, the moment your teacher mentioned circuits with multiple sources! This course will take you from struggling with switching off sources to successfully creating subcircuits that are easy to solve. It will help you become intimately familiar with fundamental process used in solving complex Alternating Current circuits that contain more than one source.

So what else is in it for you?

You’ll get solutions to over 20 different problems, ever increasing in their difficulty so you are not left in the dust. This approach will take you from beginner to expert!

You’ll gain instant access to all 5 main sections of the course! In future, you will also have access to extra sections that will be developed specifically for beginners to catch-up and advanced students to round-up their knowledge. In addition, solid knowledge base will be covered in great detail before embarking on problem solving chapters.

The course is setup to quickly take you step by step, through the process of dealing with multiple source circuits in all important ways. It will equip you with the knowledge to handle and solve complex circuits and obtain solutions independently. You will be stunned as to how easy the superposition method really is!

I offer you a full money back guarantee within the first 30 days of purchasing the course.

Here’s what you get with the course:

You’ll get access to the main knowledge background section of the course that will teach you the fundamentals of superposition method from the ground up. In the following sections, you will be able to peak over my shoulder while I solve various AC and DC problems. I provide step by step methodology and detailed solutions so you can understand where everything comes from. The course is supported with over 35 minutes of clear content that I walk you through each step of the way.

All at your fingertips instantly.

  • The course starts with the basics. You will get an in depth understanding of the fundamentals of superposition method. Fundamentals are the most important part of building expert knowledge and skills. You will learn everything from what is subcircuit all the way up to solving circuits no matter how many sources there are.
  • Next you’ll learn how to perform switching off of sources and how to apply this process on both voltage and current sources. You will be learning to handle “shorts” and “opens” in every way: series connection, parallel connection, stand-alone process or combined.
  • Once you’ve learned how to zero out sources in circuits with two sources, you are going to learn how to properly apply your knowledge to circuits that contain as many sources as there are.
  • Then you are going to learn how to use your superposition method knowledge in real Electrical Engineering problems. Being able to dissect circuits adequately is a cornerstone to apply the method in solving Voltages and Currents in any linear circuit, whether AC or DC.
  • At this point you’ll be ready to start solving more complex problems involving finding contributions of arbitrary sources. We will spend a great deal of time learning how to deal with more complicated problems that contain all RLC elements and must be solved using complex numbers.
  • Lastly you will gain access to the bonus resource – a set of slides used throughout the course in one easy to handle and print document so you can study independently in your own time even if you’re not on-line.

Over this course’s chapters you will learn:

  • How to analyze general electrical circuits with two sources
  • Create subcircuits from the original circuit
  • Develop methodology to approach circuits with multiple sources
  • Switch off, zero out, turn off or set sources to zero
  • Deal with voltage sources and current sources
  • How many sources to keep and how many not to keep
  • Most common student errors in circuits with 3 or more sources
  • Solve subcircuits
  • Obtain primary and secondary components of Voltages and Currents
  • Sum up contributions of all the sources driving the original circuit
  • When to apply algebraic addition of components
  • Come up with total value for Voltages and Currents in the original circuit

What else will you get?

– Personal contact with me, the course instructor

– Lifetime access to course materials including ALL future additions, updates and improvements

– Understanding of how to masterfully apply superposition method to various problems

– Downloadable resources to help you along the way (all the slides used throughout the course)

– Personally verified and edited captions in English (no inaccurate, automatically-generated captions)

This all comes under one convenient easy to use platform. Plus you will get fast, friendly, responsive support on the Udemy Q&A section of the course or direct message.

I will be here for you every step of the way!

So what are you waiting for? Sign up now and change your engineering world today!

Who this course is for:

  • Electrical Engineering students
  • Other Engineering students who need to pass Electrical Circuit Theory course
  • Anyone who needs to design, analyze or solve Direct Current (DC) circuits with multiple sources
  • All who need to design, analyze or solve Alternating Current (A/C) circuits with multiple sources
  • Enthusiasts looking to improve their skills in solving linear electrical circuits
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