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Basic of Electricity and Fundamentals - Electrical Engineering

Basic of Electricity and Fundamentals Electricity is the physical phenomenon associated with the presence and flow of electric charge which determines electromagnetics interaction, so in order to …

Types of Transistor : Working and types of transistor - Electrical Diay

What is Transistor? it is a three-terminal semiconductor electronic device. The three-terminal of the transistor are Base, Collector, and emitter. it is widely used in electronics and electrical cir…

thevenin and norton theorem solved problems -Electricaldiary

What is Thevenin's Theorem? Thevenin's theorem is a circuit theory that states any complex circuit or network can be reduced to a simple network that has a voltage source (Called Thevenin…

Electric potential : Definition,formula and its meaning- Electrical Diary

What are Potential and Potential energy? Potential is a word that is used to express the ability of a substance or person that can develop or perform better in the future. Potential is used in every …

Network Theorem In Electrical Engineering | Superposition Theorem | Electrical Diary

In Electrical Engineering Network theorem plays a very important while solving electronics circuits to find out the response in any branch of the circuit. Network theorems are the equation of mathema…

Microcoulomb to Coulomb | u to c - By electrical diary

What is Coulomb?  Coulomb is the SI Unit of electric charge. Electric charge is an intrinsic property of the material. When a fundamental charged particle-like electron disturbs an element then tha…

Quantisation of charge | Quantization of charge -Electricaldiary

What is Charge? A charge  is an intrinsic property of any material.it was the first time discovered by greeks. The concept of charge comes into existence when a material Called Amber is rubbed with…

Configuration and Application of Transistor As Amplifier - Electricaldiary

What is the Transistor? A transistor is a three-terminal electronics device it is made by the proper assembling of P-type and N-type semiconductors. The three-terminal of transistors are Emitter, Ba…

Electric Field Intensity: Definition,Properties and Example- Electrical Diary

What is Electric Field? The region around a charge or group of charges in which a force is experienced by another test charge is called Electric Field. it is a region around a charge in which an e…

Relation Between Radiation and Current

Radiation and Current are totally different Quantities. The similarity between this two physical quantity is that these are the component of energy and these are used to explain in its respective f…

Direct Current and Voltage : Complete Detail About DC Voltage and Current

Before going to talk about the Direct current and Alternating Current, it is essential to know about what is current? Because once the Concept about current is clear then it will be easy to diff…

Working principle of P-N Junction in Forward Bias Condition

Working principle of P-N Junction in forward Bias When the P-N Junction is forward Bias, the current from the P-N Junction does not flow until the voltage applied between the ends of the P-N Jun…
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