# Inductive Properties in an Electronic Circuit

Learn about Inductance and Inductive Reactance in both AC and DC Circuits.

# Inductive Properties in an Electronic Circuit

Learn about Inductance and Inductive Reactance in both AC and DC Circuits.
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Al Explains the correct way to study for his Course(s) and to get the most out of them and the correct order !
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This Section explains AC Voltage principles. RMS, Peak to Peak , Peak Voltage. How to find the frequency and Period of a Sinewave.
1:44:46
35:57
The physical characteristic of an Inductor is explained. What is an Air Core, what is an Iron Core and how it effects the Value of the Inductor ?  The physical characteristics of an Inductor and how the value of inductance is measure by it's physical characteristics. Mutual Inductance and it's magnetic lines of force. How to Calculate (di/dt). How to find L, How to find eL. Back emf explained. Transformers explained.
24:20
AL gives explanation of Inductive Reactance (XL), with explanation of current and voltage in an Inductive circuit (XL). Al also explains how to manipulate the XL formula for L (value of the inductor) and F (frequency in the circuit). How current varies with XL. Discussed how to analysis of XL in series and parallel circuit configurations.
25:58
This Lecture starts off with a deeper discussion in a pure Inductive Circuit with a analysis of Voltage and current phase relationship. Vector analysis also explained. Z (impedance) introduced and how to calculate Z. Al explains how to find phase angle with calculator.Circuit calculations of R and XL in series and parallel explained.
18:31
R L circuit characteristics in a DC Circuit explained when a Step Voltage (Square Wave) is applied. R L time constants introduced and explained. Al also explains in detail how the voltage wave forms created in R L Circuit.

This course explains the principle of Inductance and Inductive Reactance. The Circuit Examples will show how current and voltage are affected in a Pure Inductive Circuit and how these properties change as resistance is added to the mix, in addition to this frequency of the AC source voltage will be discussed and will show how the phase angle between the voltage and current will be affected.

#### Requirements

Student(s) should have an understanding of Voltage Current and Resistance and a basic understanding of Ohms law or have taken the course's below or equivalent courses:

• Electronic Fundamentals (Understanding Voltage Current & Resistance)
• Electronic Basic with a Brief History of Electronics
• Math for electronics
• Basic Circuit Analysis
Al Explains the correct way to study for his Course(s) and to get the most out of them and the correct order !
29:41
29:41
This Section explains AC Voltage principles. RMS, Peak to Peak , Peak Voltage. How to find the frequency and Period of a Sinewave.
1:44:46
35:57
The physical characteristic of an Inductor is explained. What is an Air Core, what is an Iron Core and how it effects the Value of the Inductor ?  The physical characteristics of an Inductor and how the value of inductance is measure by it's physical characteristics. Mutual Inductance and it's magnetic lines of force. How to Calculate (di/dt). How to find L, How to find eL. Back emf explained. Transformers explained.
24:20
AL gives explanation of Inductive Reactance (XL), with explanation of current and voltage in an Inductive circuit (XL). Al also explains how to manipulate the XL formula for L (value of the inductor) and F (frequency in the circuit). How current varies with XL. Discussed how to analysis of XL in series and parallel circuit configurations.
25:58
This Lecture starts off with a deeper discussion in a pure Inductive Circuit with a analysis of Voltage and current phase relationship. Vector analysis also explained. Z (impedance) introduced and how to calculate Z. Al explains how to find phase angle with calculator.Circuit calculations of R and XL in series and parallel explained.
18:31
R L circuit characteristics in a DC Circuit explained when a Step Voltage (Square Wave) is applied. R L time constants introduced and explained. Al also explains in detail how the voltage wave forms created in R L Circuit.

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