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DC Drives – Construction, Working & Classification of Electrical DC Drives

DC Drives – Construction, Working & Classification of Electrical DC Drives

What are DC Drives? Working & Operation of DC Drives DC drive technology is efficient, reliable, cost effective, operator friendly and relatively easy to implement. DC drive provides many advantages over AC drives, especially for regenerative and high power applications. DC drives have been widely used in industrial drive applications in order to offer very precise control. Also read: Of …

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Maximum Power Transfer Theorem for AC & DC Circuits

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 …

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What is a Solenoid and Solenoid Magnetic Field

What is a Solenoid and Solenoid Magnetic Field

What is a Solenoid and Solenoid Magnetic Field What is a Solenoid? Solenoid is an enamel wire (coil wire) wound on a round shaped, made of solid materials like Steel to generate a uniform magnetic field. It acts as an electromagnet, when electric current passes through it. It is also used to control the motion of objects such as control …

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Norton’s Theorem. Easy Step by Step Procedure with Example (Pictorial Views)

Norton's Theorem. Easy Step by Step Procedure with Examples and solved problems

Norton’s Theorem Easy Step by Step Procedure with Example (Pictorial Views) This is another useful theorem to analyze electric circuits like Thevenin’s Theorem, which reduces linear, active circuits and complex networks into a simple equivalent circuit. The main difference between Thevenin’s theorem and Norton’s theorem is that, Thevenin’s theorem provides an equivalent voltage source and an equivalent series resistance, while …

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Difference between Electric Circuit & Electrical Network – Types of Circuits

Electric Circuits, Network, Complex Circuits and other Types of Circuits Electrical Network Combination of different electric elements or components which are connected in any way is called electric network Complex Networks A Circuit which contains on many electrical elements such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, current sources and Voltage source (both AC and DC) is called Complex network. These kinds of …

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