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Current Divider Rule [Statement, Formula, Examples, and Derivation]
In parallel electrical circuits, the current doesn't remain same. The current divide rule is used to find the divided current in parall...
Basic Properties of Electrical Circuits: Voltage, Current, Resistance, Power [The Mountain Analogy]
Current, Voltage, Resistance, and Power are the four basic properties of electrical circuits. The mountain analogy in this article will hel...
Basics of Electrical Symbols and Why we need them
Electrical symbols are simplified and clean representation of circuit components. Electrical Engineering involves the study of physical c...
Volage Divider Rule [Statment, Formula & Examples]
The electrical current always remains same in the series components. However, the voltage doesn't remain same in series components. The...
Basics of Wire Gauge and AWG system
We previously studied about current. But how to determine the diameter of wire for carrying a specific amount of current. Wire gauge is t...
Series vs Parallel Circuit Configuration
Series and Parallel arrangements are two basic configurations in which we can arrange the electrical components. You'll learn: What...
SI Base and Derived Units for Electrical Engineers
The SI system of units is a modern form of the metric system. It is widely used in the electrical field throughout the world. In this se...
Delta to Wye Conversion Formulas with Examples
The delta and wye connections are two special arrangments which are often used in electrical circuits. In this post, you'll learn abou...
Battery Capacity Formula and What you Should Know about it
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...
Norton Theorem
Norton theorem reduces the complex electrical networks to a single current source and a shunt resistor. Norton theorem helps to reduce th...
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