Transient processes in electrical circuits are the processes of transition from one work regime to another, that differ with parameters. Transient processes are caused…

# Category: Advanced Circuit Analysis

**Advanced Circuit Analysis: Preface**

**Aim of the study element**

To teach students to characterise non-linear circuit and use sinusoidal analysis, to understand transition processes, apply nodal analysis and conduct variable current circuit investigation or design.

**Learning outcome**

Having successfully completed this element you will be able to:

- Successfully analyse non–linear circuits of constant and variable currents.
- Analyse and design magnetic circuits, to understand the impact of magnetic components, and make calculations of their parameters.
- Use already known basics about circuits from the first module to create complex circuits with magnetic and non–linear effects.
- Analyse and characterise transient responses of a circuit with complex mathematical tools.
- Understand functions of the circuit components like filters, transformers and others.
- Measure and calculate circuit properties and characteristics.

**Covered topics**

- Non–linear DC electric circuits.
- Magnetic circuits.
- Non–linear AC electric circuits.
- Transient processes in non–linear electric circuits.
- Electric circuits with variable parameters.
- Sinusoidal and network analysis.
- Two-point networks.
- Complex frequency.

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