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The reason is the electronic devices divert your attention and also cause strains while reading eBooks. Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering has been written primarily for the first year undergraduate students of engineering to help them understand the basic principles of electrical and electronics engineering. The first part of the book discusses the scope of electrical engineering and gives a detailed coverage on network theorems, magnetic circuits, transformer principles, alternating quantities, synchronous machines, induction motors, basic analogue instruments and power systems. The second part of the book deals with the concepts of electronics engineering and provides an in-depth understanding of semiconductors and diodes, transistors, oscillators and amplifiers. Additionally, the book explains the principles of transducers, telecommunication and information technology, digital systems and control systems in separate chapters.
Ammeters are always connected in series with the circuit to be tested. It is obtained by multiplying the current in amperes by the time in hours during which current flows. For example, a battery which provides 5 amperes for 20 hours is said to deliver ampere - hours. One ampere is equal to a current flow of one coulomb per second. Apparent power is the product of the rms voltage and the rms current. It is made up of conductors which rotate through a magnetic field to provide voltage or force by electromagnetic induction. The pivoted points in generator regulators are also called armatures.
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The book comprises of comprehensive questions at the end of every chapter to help student understand and learn the subject better. It is essential for students studying Electrical Engineering.
Electrical symbols or electronic circuits are virtually represented by circuit diagrams. There are some standard symbols to represent the components in a circuits. This article gives some of the frequently used symbols for drawing the circuits. There are many electrical and electronic schematic symbols are used to signify basic electronic or electrical device. These are mostly we used for draw circuit diagrams. Below are different kind of symbols we mentioned category wise. Hope this information will helps to understand clearly.
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