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Electrical Lectures

About Permeability And Permitivity

The strength of electric field or electrostatic force strength or intensity of field (all synonymous terms) is measured & expressed in terms of force experienced by unit positive charge placed… Read more

Feb 01, 2012 | By Asif Eqbal

Electric field intensity - closed path denoted by ABCD
Electric Motor

Synchronous Motor Construction

Synchronous motors convert electrical power to mechanical power and synchronous generators convert mechanical power to electrical power; and synchronous condensers supply only reactive power to stabilize system voltages. Synchronous motors, generators, and… Read more

Jan 14, 2012 | By Edvard

Synchronous Motor Construction
Electrical Lectures

What Is The Potential Difference?

Potential difference is the term used to describe how large the electrostatic force is between two charged objects. If a charged body is placed between two objects with a potential difference, the charged body will try to… Read more

Jan 13, 2012 | By Edvard

Figure 1 - Potential Difference Between Two Charged Objects
Electrical Lectures

What is the resonance phenomena?

The use of both capacitive and inductive devices in distribution systems leads to resonance phenomena, resulting in extremely high or low impedance values. These variations in impedance modify the current… Read more

Dec 09, 2011 | By Edvard

What is the resonance phenomena?


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