# DC Circuits

• ## What is Ohm (Ω)? Unit of Electrical Resistance and Impedance

Ohm “Ω”: Definition, Formula, Measurement, Conversion and Calculation What is Ohm Ω? Ohm is a unit of electrical resistance, named after Georg Simon Ohm, a German physicist who discovered Ohm’s…

• ## What is Ampere (A)? Unit of Electrical Current & Calculation

Amps “A”: Definition, Formula, Measurement, Conversion and Calculation What is Ampere? An Ampere is the unit of electric current. It is named after the French physicist André-Marie Ampère (who is…

• ## What is Volt (V)? Unit of Electrical Potential and Voltage

Volt “V”: Definition, Formula, Measurement, Conversion and Calculation What is Volt? A Volt is the derived unit of voltage, electric potential or potential difference and electromotive force (EMF). It is…

• ## How to Calculate the Right Size Battery? Battery Bank Size Calculator

Determine the Suitable Size of Battery Bank Capacity for Solar, Home & General Applications – Example & Calculator Direct usage of renewable energy like wind and solar power is not…

• ## Hopkinson’s Test – Circuit Diagram, Working and Applications

What is Hopkinson’s Test? Its Circuit Diagram and Operation in Motor Generator Set & Coupling What is Hopkinson’s Test? A Hopkinson Test is used to identify the efficiency of two…

• ## PWM Solar Charge Controller – Working, Sizing and Selection

What is Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) Solar Charge Controller? What is Pulse Width Modulation Or A PWM Charge Controller? A PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) controller is an (electronic) transition between…

• ## MPPT Solar Charge Controller – Working, Sizing and Selection

What is Maximum Power Point Tracking (MMPT) Solar Charge Controller? What is Maximum Power Point Tracking Or An MPPT Charger? The MPPT or ‘Maximum Power Point Tracking‘ controls are much…

• ## Voltage Divider Rule (VDR) – Solved Examples for R, L and C Circuits

Voltage Division “VDR” for for Resistive, Inductive and Capacitive Circuits What is Voltage Divider Rule? In a circuit, when a number of elements are connected in series, input voltage divides…

• ## Current Divider Rule (CDR) – Solved Examples for AC and DC Circuits

Current Division “CDR” for for Resistive, Inductive and Capacitive Circuits What is Current Divider Rule (CDR)? When a number of elements are connected in parallel, the current divides into a…

• ## Compensation Theorem – Proof, Explanation and Solved Examples

Proof, Explanation, Experiment and Solved Examples of Compensation Theorem for Circuit Analysis Compensation Theorem Sime times in network theory, it is important to know or study the effect of change…