Basic Knowledge of Electrical Network

Basic Knowledge of Electrical Network Bilateral Network: A circuit whose characteristics, behaviour are the same independent of the direction of current through various elements of it, is called bilateral network. A network consisting only resistances is a good example of Read More

Three Phase System and Power Measurement Method

Three Phase System and Power Measurement Method Phase System: Any system utilising more than one winding is referred as Poly phase system. The system with two winding displaced 90 electrical degree apart is called a Two phase system. A Three Read More

AC Parallel Circuit – Current Calculation Method and Resonance

AC Parallel Circuit – Current Calculation Method and Resonance AC Parallel Circuit: The circuit in which number of branches are connected in parallel, such that the voltage across them is same, are called ac-parallel circuit. The total current taken by Read More

AC Series Circuit – Power, Electrical Resonance and Voltage Magnification

AC Series Circuit – Power, Electrical Resonance and Voltage Magnification AC Series Circuit: The Circuit in which Voltage and Current varies both in Magnitude and Direction with time are called AC Circuits. The current in an Inductive Circuit (R-L Series circuit) Read More

Ten Facts of Electrical Engineering

Ten Facts of Electrical Engineering Electric Current does not flow in the electrical circuit, only charge flow from negative terminal to positive terminal, and we assume that current flow in the circuit from the positive terminal to negative terminal. Electrical Read More

Capacitor- an application

Capacitor- an application Capacitor is an electrostatic energy storage device, Capacitance depends upon the area of plates and inversely proportional to the distance between them. C= KA/d Types of Capacitor: Fixed Capacitor Polarised Capacitor Varying Capacitor Capacitor Behaviour for DC Read More

Most Important Points | Magnetic Circuit

Most Important Points | Magnetic Circuit Suitable for the examination which asked questions from Basic Electrical Engineering. To derive magnetic flux through a magnetic circuit, a Magnetic Force (mmf) is necessary. Magneto motive force can be produced when current flows in Read More

Most Important Points | Electromagnetism

Most Important Points | Electromagnetism Anybody which possesses the power of attracting pieces of iron called a Magnet. The property by virtue of which this attraction takes place is called Magnetism. The iron ore like magnetite, lode stone are called Read More

Most Important Points | Electrostatics

Most Important Points | Electrostatics The Branch of Engineering which deals with the Static Charges is called electrostatics. It is generally used while designing and studying Lightening Rods and Capacitors. When particular body is rubbed with another body, Electric Charge Read More

Most Important Points | DC Circuits

Most Important Points | DC Circuits An independent source which can deliver or absorb energy continuously is called an Active Element. The resistivity of Annealed Copper at 20 degree centigrade is 1.725 x 10^-8 ohm-m. Of all Pure Metals, the Read More