TRANSMISSION LINE
PARAMETERS
Transmission Line, DEFINED:
Transmission Line is one
of the major components
of a power system. As
such, it may be
represented
quantitatively by a
combination of three
characteristics or
parameters: resistance,
inductance and
FUNDAMENTALS OF
ELECTRIC ENERGY
CONVERSION
THE STUDY OF ELECTRIC POWER
SYSTEMS IS CONCERNED WITH
THE GENERATION,
TRANSMISSION, DISTRIBUTION
AND UTILIZATION OF ELECTRIC
POWER.
THE GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY
POWER-INVOLVES THE
CONVERSION OF ENERGY FROM A
N
INTRODUCTION OF POWER
SYSTEMS
ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS
An
electric power system is one of the
tools of converting and transporting
energy.
The
only means of transporting energy
in the form of electricity is over
transmission lines.
POWER SYSTEM COMPONENTS
QUIZ 1 BASIC PHYSICAL CONCEPT pg40
1. The atomic number of an element is
determined by:
A. The number of neutrons.
B. The number of protons.
C. The number of neutrons plus the
number of protons.
D. The number of electrons.
2. The atomic weight of an eleme
An ideal voltage source has
a. Zero internal resistance
b. Infinite internal resistance
c. A load-dependent voltage
d. A load-dependent current
A real voltage source has
a. Zero internal resistance
b. Infinite internal resistance
c. A small internal resis
MALVINO Summary
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
THE THREE KINDS OF FORMULAS
1. A Definition
Is a formula invented for a new concept
2. A Law
Is a formula for a relation in nature
3. A Derivation
Is a formula produced with mathematics
- Sometimes called the ideal a
SEMICONDUCTOR BASICS
CHAPTER 1
According to the classical Bohr model, the atom is viewed as having a planetary-type structure with electrons orbiting at
various distances around the central nucleus.
The nucleus of an atom consists of protons and neutron
a compilation of mnemonics for
Electronics Engineering (ECE)
by
Jemery Gentiles
Compilation of ECE Mnemonics
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter I. Mathematics.3
Constant.3
Conversion.8
Arithmetic.8
Algebra.,.11
Trigonometry
Review
Electronics
1. Which circuit law states that the
sum of all currents into and out of a
node equals zero?
a) Norton's Current Law
b) Chebyshev's Current Law
c) Kirchhoff's Current Law
d) Lenz's Current Law
Answer: c) KCL
Lenz's law an induced emf al
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ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TEST
QUESTION
Sunday, October 19, 2008
Electronic Test 10 Volume 1
1. The voltage across two resistors are equal when they are connected in
A. series
(B) parallel
C.parallel-series
D. series-parallel
RC Timers and Timing Circuits
Bill Sheets
K2MQJ
Rudolf F. Graf
KA2CWL
Timers and timing circuits are used in a wide variety of applications. From short time delays
of a few nanoseconds used in digital circuitry and computers, to long periods of thousands
CHAPTER1
Hans Oersted
Relationship of magnetism and electricity that served as the foundation of theory for
electromagnets
Most important electrical effect is the magnetic effect
Michael Faraday
Theory of electromagnetic induction
Current Carrying conduct
MOCK BOARD EXAM IN ELECTRONICS (B)
May 21, 2009
1. Refers to a form of dc motor-generator with
common field coil for both motor and
generator.
a.
motor-generator
b.
dyna-motor
c.
polyphase-motor
d.
synchronous-motor
2. The condition under which there is n
NTC Thermistors
Applications
Temperature was one of the first physical parameters to
be measured in the process field and has been sensed in
just about every way imaginable over the years. At one
time or another, just about every physical property that
ch
CHAPTER 6
DArsnoval
Best type of meter movement
Wattmeter
A dynamometer type which has uniform scale;
Dynamometer
Most expensive;
Mainly used as wattmeter;
Can be used for AC or DC works
Permanent Magnet Moving Coil
Instruments
Can only be applied to DC w
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS AND CURRENT
The outstanding characteristics of electricity when compared with
other power sources are its mobility and flexibility. Electrical energy
can be moved to any point along a couple of wires and depending on
the user requirement
Eriknicheskis Notes in EDEs
The standard form of Differential
Equations of Higher Order is
a n ( x)
dny
d n 1 y
dy
a
(
x
)
. a1 ( x) a 0 ( x) y g ( x)
n 1
n
n 1
dx
dx
dx
where
a n ( x), a n 1 ( x),.a1 ( x)
and
a 0 ( x)
are
constants.
And when
order
g ( x
METHODS OF ANALYSIS OF RESISTIVE CIRCUITS
NODE VOLTAGE ANALYSIS OF CIRCUITS WITH CURRENT
SOURCES
NODE VOLTAGE ANALYSIS OF CIRCUITS WITH CURRENT AND
VOLTAGE SOURCES
NODE VOLTAGE ANALYSIS WITH DEPENDENT SOURCES
MESH CURRENT ANALYSIS WITH INDEPENDENT VOLTAGE
1.
"Discrete Math" is not the name of a branch of mathematics, like number theory, algebra, calculus, etc.
Rather, it's a description of a set of branches of math that all have in common the feature that they are
"discrete" rather than "continuous".
2.
3.
LASER ALARM
INTRODUCTION
Have you ever thought about implementing your own home security alarm
systems? Its one of the simplest and interesting circuits for electronic beginners.
This project proposal namely Laser Alarm is typically an alarm triggered by
Eriknicheskis Notes in EDEs
Differential equations are formed by eliminating arbitrary constants. There are two
types of constants in mathematics, absolute constant and arbitrary constant. The latter is
defined as constant which has fixed value for partic
Bipolar Transistor Basics
Transistors are three terminal active devices made from different semiconductor materials
that can act as either an insulator or a conductor by the application of a small signal
voltage. The transistors ability to change between
Experiment #1
Experiment Title: Waveform Analysis
Objective
1: To display generated output waveform of function generator using oscilloscope and measure
its different parts.
2. Sketch the waveform & label its diff. parts completely & accurately
Diagram
Fu