Introduction to LabVIEW and Basic LabVIEW Based Electrical Projects As a proven useful tool for prototyping, the LabVIEW graphical development platform delivers a numerous solutions to a wide variety of applications such as instrumentation control, embedded monitoring and control systems, data acquiring and processing, automation test and validation systems, etc. LabVIEW includes hundreds prewritten libraries which help to create flexible …

Read More »## Maximum Power Transfer Theorem for AC & DC Circuits

Maximum Power Transfer Theorem for AC & DC Circuits Introduction to Maximum Power Transfer Theorem Very often we come across various real time circuits that works based on maximum power transfer theorem. For effective way of connecting source to load, an impedance matching transformer is used. In case of transmission lines, the distortion and reflections are avoided by making source …

Read More »## Kirchhoff’s Current & Voltage Law (KCL & KVL) | Solved Example

Kirchhoff’s First & Second Laws with Solved Example A German Physicist “Robert Kirchhoff” introduced two important electrical laws in 1847 by which, we can easily find the equivalent resistance of a complex network and flowing currents in different conductors. Both AC and DC circuits can be solved and simplified by using these simple laws which is known as Kirchhoff’s Current …

Read More »## 12+ Top iOS Apps for Electrical & Electronics Engineers & Students

12+ Top and Highly Recommended iOS Apps for Electrical Engineers / Students Introduction to iOS Apps for Electrical & Electronics Engineers & Students: The fact can not be denied that smartphones (and obviously their apps) make our life so easy. Now, how can we Electrical engineers & students live without useful electrical and electronics apps which is specially designed for …

Read More »## How To Locate Faults In Cables? Cable Faults, Types & Causes

Cable Faults, Types, Causes and How to locate faults in Cables via different Tests. Introduction to Faults in Cables When electrical energy is generated in the generations’ stations, it is distributed to the different loads, i.e. cities, towns and villages for consumption then. The process involves stepping up the voltage to minimize the loss of energy in the form of …

Read More »## How to Test & Fix the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Defects?

Diagnosing of Defective Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) Before getting into details of printed circuit board (PCB), there are some basics you need to know about circuits. Electricity: It is the power provided to every instrument ranging from small lights to heavy machinery. Electricity is just a flow of electron from one level to other (upper level to lower mostly).So in …

Read More »## SUPERNODE Circuit Analysis | Step by Step with Solved Example

SUPERNODE Circuit Analysis | Step by Step with Solved Example Today, we will try to answer the common question that why we use Supernode circuit analysis while we can simplify the circuit by simple Node or Nodal Circuit analysis. In previous article, we have discussed that why we use supermesh circuit analysis instead of using simple mesh analysis for …

Read More »## SUPERMESH Circuit Analysis | Step by Step with Solved Example

SUPERMESH Circuit Analysis | Step by Step with Solved Example Supermesh or Supermesh Analysis is a better technique instead of using Mesh analysis to analysis such a complex electric circuit or network, where two meshes have a current source as a common element. This is the same where we use Supernode circuit analysis instead of Node or Nodal circuit analysis …

Read More »## Cramer’s Rule | Cramer’s Rule Calculator 2 & 3 Equations System

Cramer’s Rule & Calculator for Linear Circuit Analysis | Step by Step with Solved Examples Today, we are going to share another simple but powerful circuit analysis technique which is known as “Cramer’s Rule“. SUPERMESH Circuit Analysis | Step by Step with Solved Example Update: We have added Online Cramer’s Rule Calculator where you can solve two equations system as …

Read More »## Advance Voltage Drop Calculator and Voltage Drop Formula

Advance Voltage Drop Calculator and Voltage Drop Formula. According to the NEC (National Electric Code) [210.19 A (1)] FPN number 4 and [215.2 A (3)] FPN number 2, the allowable Voltage drop for feeders is 3% and the acceptable voltage drop for final sub circuit and branch circuit is 5% for proper and efficient operation. For example, if the Supply …

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