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how counter emf or back emf get induced? how a DC motor accelerate? Get your answers here in the easiest
Electrical energy is generated, transmitted and distributed in the form of three phase power. Homes and small premises are connected
We know that capacitor is used to keep the voltage constant, but have you ever thought how capacitor keeps the voltage constant? how capacitor resist change in voltage? And why do we always get a leading current in capacitor?
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Many of the time we ignore these terms i.e. conductance, Susceptance & admittance. May be because that “sounds” difficult or we don’t give much importance to this. But if you understand these terms it’ll really help you to understand the basics. And yes, believe me I can give you the easiest explanation of these terms and to get that you need to watch the video.
Energy in all forms affects the profile of a country. The technological, industrial and economic scenarios of the country are directly affected by the generation and consumption of energy in the country. Energy thus has a major impact on the cultural and social growth of a nation. It can very well be concluded that ‘ENERGY’ affects the ‘development quotient’ of a country.
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Circuit consisting of two or more components is common thing. These components in circuit can be connected in two different ways i.e. series or parallel. Now, the questions are, what is series connection? What is parallel connection? What are the advantage of series connection or parallel connection? How is voltage and current in case of series or parallel connection? What are the real-life application of series and parallel connection? Well, I am going to answer all these questions in this video so, if you want to have the answers and the basics of series and parallel connection, read this article.
In the previous article , we have seen the details of static electricity, which is the base of electricity. In the previous article, we