Yes and I am a full-time Instructor of the four year Electrical Apprentice Program at Western Canada’s premier technical institute plus I have been a full time working Journeyman Electrician since the early 1980’s and have taken many upgrading courses in addition to serving a four year apprenticeship with all the requisite schooling.
If you wish to engage in the logical fallacy of argument by authority and the logical fallacy of ad homonym, this will be vaguely amusing at best.
Given your so-called “almost fifteen years of electricity and electronic teachers" you should have no trouble refuting my claims (assuming of course you disagree with them). However you provide no such refutation only cliché logical fallacies.
Given your so-called “almost fifteen years of electricity and electronic teachers" you should have no trouble answering the following both of which are part of a (not too difficult) quiz I wrote for my Second Year classes:
Explain under what circumstances the PIV of the diode in a half-wave rectifier circuit needs to be double the VDCpeak of the load and explain under said circumstances what this circuit is the basis of.
In a resonant LC circuit, how much as a percent of the initial values, will the new values of XL and Xc change by, if the supply frequency increases by 20%? Show your work please and yes it's easily doable without using math-specific fonts.