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  • one year ago

Hello every body, those who are willing to learn Electrical Engineering from basic level, Kinda join me. I will be posting content.

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  1. KenLJW
    • one year ago
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    V =I R P = I V P = I^2 R I = V/R P = V^2/R V volts across a component of delivered by source I amperes, current through a component of delivered by source R resistance in Ohms P watts, power comsumed by compoent or deliverd by source These are very basic equations and units in electrical/electronic courses

  2. rvc
    • one year ago
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    basic is the ohm's law :)

  3. KenLJW
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    Yes, the first equation I gave, then further developement.

  4. rvc
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    then comes V rms I rms in DC analysis we have mesh,nodal,superposition,thevinins....

  5. KenLJW
    • one year ago
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    RMS is an abreviation for root mean square in reverse order, it essential represents a signal power corresponding to a DC equivalent, ie effective power. in DC analysis we have mesh,nodal,superposition,thevinins.... These are common means of analysis of an electric/electronic circuits and are used in DC, AC, and signal analysis.

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