Battery Capacity Formula and What you Should Know about it EE June 02, 2018 The capacity of a battery is a measure of charge it can deliver to an external circuit. The basic formula for capacity is: Capacity = Cu... Read More
Basic Formula to Calculate Apparent Power in Single and Three Phase Circuits EE May 28, 2018 Apparent power is defined as the product of current time voltage passing through an AC circuit. The basic formula to calculate apparent p... Read More
Angular Acceleration Formula EE May 26, 2018 Angular velocity is the rate of change of angular velocity with respect to time. Mathematically, Î± = dÏ‰ / dt If unit of angular veloc... Read More
Angular Velocity Formula EE May 17, 2018 Angular velocity is defined as the rate of change of angular position with respect to time. The symbol ⍵ is used for representing the ang... Read More
Formula to Calculate Amps from kVA [kVA to Ampere] EE May 17, 2018 Electrical transformers and heavy machines are often rated in kVA (kilovolt-ampere). Today you'll learn the formula to calculate amps f... Read More
To Find Amps from kW Basic Formula Calculations In DC and AC Circuits [Single, Three Phase] EE May 08, 2018 In this post, you'll learn the formulas to find amps from kW in dc, single phase ac, and three phase ac circuits. Learn other top 1... Read More
Basic Formula to calculate String Efficiency of Insulators EE May 02, 2018 String efficiency provides information about potential distribution across the string of insulators. Today you'll learn the basic formu... Read More
Top 100 Basic Electrical Engineering Formulas EE May 02, 2018 Amps from HP Amps from kW Amps from kVA Angular velocity Angular acceleration Apparent power Average load Battery capacity Capacit... Read More
Branch Current Analysis Example Using Current Source EE April 20, 2018 Branch current analysis enables us to determine the current flowing through any branch of a circuit. Today you'll learn the applicatio... Read More
Relationship between Resistance and Temperature EE April 17, 2018 The electrical resistance of the material depends on its length, area, and resistivity by the following relationship. Resistance = [Resis... Read More
3 Essential Differences between Potentiometer and Rheostat EE April 10, 2018 Generally, the term potentiometer is used to represent a three-terminal variable resistor. In technical terms, the potentiometer and rheos... Read More
Basics of Ground, Neutral and Earth ground in Electrical Engineering EE April 08, 2018 Ground, neutral and earth ground are three basic concepts of Electrical Engineering. In this post, you'll learn the difference between ... Read More
Ammeter loading effect and How it is Compenstated EE April 06, 2018 An ammeter is an electrical instrument which measures electrical current. You always follow two steps for measuring current: Disconn... Read More