1. physical values
2. introduction in structure of matter - electrical charge
1. atoms
2. electrical conductivity in metals
3. electrical conductivity in semiconductors and isolators
4. examples of conductive properties (gaseous, liquid, bulk)
3. effects of electrical current - thermal effects
1. magnetic effects
2. electromagnetic effects
3. chemical effects
4. introduction in DC circuits - simple model for voltage and current
1. technical direction of the current
2. the electric circuit
3. important circuit symbols
4. ohm's law
5. convention for assigning directional signs
6. Kirchhoff voltage law (Kirchhoff law for meshes)
7. divided circuit, parallel cicruit, conductance
8. voltage divider
9. simplification of networks
10. superpositioning
11. Thevenin's theorem (realistic electric sources)
12. basic ciruits - example for series circuit: contact resistance given by (0) connection cable (ca. 10..20mOhm) (1) resistance of crimping, (2)resistance of contact body (e.g. with spring), (3) contact spring element (ca. 1mOhm). All three for male and female connector each
5. linear sources

You already know V-I-R and you not only connect AC/DC with music?
Great! Then you should Go one step further.
In this course we will investigate

• which ideal components are used in circuits and
• how they interact with each other and different types of current.

Introduction in Electrical Engineering 1
or: How to work with this course?

Direct Current Circuits

1. Preparation, Properties, Proportions
or: Watt is Power and Current?
2. Simple Circuits
3. non-ideal Sources and two Terminal Networks
or: something lumpy with two Pins and why shots circuits may be important
4. Network Analysis
Recipes for Networking
5. DC Circuit Transients
or: unfinite Charging

Alternating Current Circuits

1. Circuits under different frequencies
or: Dampening the Output