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Title      : Basic Electrical Engineering
Subject      : Basic Electrical Engineering
Author      : Ananda Murthy R S
Publisher      : Sanguine Technical Publishers
Chapters/Pages      : 10/267
Total Price      : Rs.      : 169
 
 
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D.C. Circuits Total views (20)  
Electrical engineering deals with the generation, transmission, and distribution of electric energy. This form of energy is preferred because it can be - (i) efficiently and economically generated in bulk, (ii) transmitted over long distances efficiently and distributed to a large number of consumers at high speed, and, (iii) easily converted to other useful forms of energy needed by the consumer ......
Pages: 42
Price: Rs 0  
 
Electromagnetism Total views (13)  
A current carrying conductor produces a magnetic field around it. The direction of this magnetic field can be found by applying right hand thumb rule. If we clasp the conductor such that the thumb is stretched in the direction of current flowing through the conductor, the folded fingers indicate the direction of magnetic flux established around the conductor as shown in Figure 2.1. Since all elec......
Pages: 31
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D.C. Machines Total views (2221)  
Explain the working principle of D.C. machine as a generator and motor - Explain the constructional features of D.C. machines - Derive the E.M.F. equation of generator - Describe classification of D.C. machines on the basis of types of field excitation - Explain the significance of back E.M.F. and derive the torque equation for D.C. motors - Explain the characteristics of D.C. motors and applicati......
Pages: 42
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Measuring Instruments Total views (5)  
A wattmeter is an instrument used to measure active power supplied to a circuit. Most of the analog wattmeters used in labs are of electrodynamometer type though digital wattmeters are also now becoming popular.
Pages: 8
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Single-phase Circuits Total views (2218)  
The coil has two coil sides p and q. Voltage is induced in these two coils sides as they cut across magnetic lines of flux. The coil sides p and q are connected to two slip rings. An external lamp is connected to the slip rings through two brushes. As the coil rotates, the slip rings also rotate and we get alternating voltage across the lamp.
Pages: 43
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Domestic Wiring Total views (2219)  
The following types of domestic internal wiring are available: (i) cleat wiring; (ii) wooden casing and capping wiring; (iii) conduit wiring. In all types of wiring, a red coloured wire is used for phase, a black coloured wire for neutral, and a green coloured wire for earthing.
Pages: 18
Price: Rs 13.5  
 
Three-phase Circuits Total views (3)  
A generator has a stationary part called stator and a rotating part called rotor. The rotor is mechanically coupled to a prime mover such as a water-driven turbine in a hydro-electric station, or a steam turbine in a thermal power station. Three-phase winding called armature winding is distributed in slots around the inner periphery of the stator. The rotor has magnetic poles.
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 21  
 
Synchronous Generators Total views (1)  
Commonly used machine for generation of electrical power is known as synchronous generator. It is also known as an alternator since it generates alternating voltage. Alternators are used in all big generating stations to generate electric power. Figure 8.1 shows photographs of some commercial generators.
Pages: 17
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Transformers Total views (3)  
The three main aspects of electrical engineering are generation, transmission, and distribution. Bulk electrical power is generated in large hydro-electric, thermal or nuclear power stations. These generating stations are generally situated far away from the load centres. This necessitates a long network of transmission and distribution lines between the generating stations and load centres. Typic......
Pages: 19
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Three-phase Induction Motors Total views (2)  
A three-phase induction motor has mainly two parts - stator and rotor. Stator is the stationary part and rotor is the rotating part. Construction of stator of a three-phase induction motor is similar to that of a synchronous generator explained in Chapter 8.
Pages: 19
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