Electric Current_ Definition, Types, and Direction

Electric Current: Definition, Types, and Direction

Electric current is defined as a rate of flow of charge of the conductor. Electric current exists when there is a net flow of electric charge through the circuit. This…

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EMF Equation of DC Generator

EMF Equation of DC Generator

A DC generator is used to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. The armature is a rotating part of the DC machine. The mechanical energy gets from the prime mover…

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Difference Between Induction Motor and Synchronous Motor

Difference Between Induction Motor and Synchronous Motor

The motor used to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. According to the power supply, the motors are classified as AC motor and DC motor. The induction motor and synchronous…

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Working Principle of Induction Motor

Working Principle of Three-phase Induction Motor

An electric motor is an electromechanical device that used to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. According to a power supply, motors are classified as AC motor and DC motor….

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Basic Electrical MCQ #16

Basic Electrical MCQ #16

Basic Electrical MCQ #16 (#181 to #190) Basic Electrical MCQ #16 Previous Next

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Working Principle of DC Generator

Working Principle of DC Generator

The generator used to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. According to the output power, the generator classified into two types; AC Generator DC Generator Click here for Construction of…

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Power Electronics MCQ #18

Power Electronics MCQ #18

Power Electronics MCQ #18 (#181 to #190) Power Electronics MCQ #18 Previous Next  

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Interconnected Power System_ Advantages, Disadvantages, and Problems

Interconnected Power System: Advantages, Disadvantages, and Problems

The power system network is an interconnected network. It means all generators are connected with the grid. Therefore, if one generator is overloaded the load can be transferred on other…

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Blackout

Blackout: Reasons, Causes, and Sequence

Blackout Blackout known as cascade tripping. It is nothing but a power outage means the loss of the electrical power supply. This loss of power can apply to a part…

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Static VAR Compensator (SVC)

Static VAR Compensator (SVC)

The static VAR compensator also known as SVC. The static VAR compensator is a shunt compensator FACTS device. The SVC is a generator or absorber which used to exchange the…

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