Electrodynamics: Analysis of Electric Fields
This is an introductory course in electrodynamics, the field of electrical engineering that studies electric fields. We will use three different examples from the field to illustrate the concepts and use of electric fields. The course will cover the basic concepts of electric fields and how they are determined. We will also look at how we can use electric fields to make devices work. These concepts are the focus of the entire electrodynamics course.
Learning Outcomes: After taking this course, you will be able to:
• explain the characteristics of electric fields;
• use simple electric components (such as transformers, transformers/acouches, and transformers/amps) to study electric fields;
• explain the properties and behavior of electrodes in electric fields;
• understand why the electric fields of different materials can affect one another; and,
• apply concepts to your workaday life.
The course is aimed at anyone interested in understanding and using electrodynamics in their professional capacity. Without understanding this material, it would be difficult for you to understand and appreciate what is going on in the world of electrodynamics.
This course is the first part of a two-part series, where we will look at the electrical fields of different materials and how they affect devices. We will also look at how electric fields are created and how they are used.
To join the two-part series, visit https://www.coursera.org/learn/electrodynamics/Introduction to Electrodynamics
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Electric Power Systems
Learners will become familiar with the basic concepts and physics of electricity and how it is transmitted, converted, and distributed. This course also introduces the different types of power transmission and the use of generators and transmission lines. They will then learn how electricity is generated and how different plants are designed to produce different types of electricity. Electricity in buildings, on the other hand, is different. This course is designed to introduce the electrical principles that are relevant to both generators and transmission systems.Electricity in a Voltage-Contained Device
Electricity in a Modified Voltage-Contained Device
Electricity in a Non-Matter-Contained Device
An Introduction to Power Meters
This course is about the nature of electric fields and their relationship to objects and phenomena. It is a first step for those who want to know more about electric fields and their application.
Most people know that electricity comes in the form of wires, machines, motors, and now even cells in our cells. But what is the nature of these fields, and how do they come into being?