## Power Measurement In a Three-Phase System using Wattmeter

Wattmeter is an instrument, used to measure power in a circuit using current and voltage of the circuit. … Read More

## RL Series Circuit Analysis

When a resistive-inductive (RL) series circuit has its supply voltage switched on, the inductance produces an initial maximum … Read More

## Magnetic lines of Force | Magnetic Field

When current flows in a wire, it creates a magnetic effect around the wire which is called magnetic … Read More

## Voltmeter-Definition and Working Principle

A voltmeter is a basic device used for the measurement of electric potential or voltage, in volts. As … Read More

## Permanent Magnetism Definition | Induced Magnetism Definition

Some materials are inherently magnetic (Natural Magnets). Other materials, such as Iron, are not inherently magnetic but can … Read More

## Inductors in Series and Parallel | Energy Stored in Inductor

When a conductor has current through it, it becomes surrounded by an electromagnetic field.  This field leads to … Read More

## Magnetism

Magnetism is a property associated with materials that attract iron and iron alloys. The science of magnetism probably … Read More

## Ammeter- Definition and Working Principle

An Ammeter is a device used for the measurement of current in amperes. When the current in a circuit … Read More

## Mutual Inductance and Self Inductance | Formula & Example

Electromagnetic induction occurs when a magnetic flux in motion with respect to a single conductor or a coil … Read More

## Superposition Theorem

Superposition theorem is stated as follows: The current is any circuit element or voltage across any element of … Read More

## What is Norton’s Theorem and Norton’s Equivalent Circuit?

This article covers Norton’s Theorem and Norton’s Equivalent Circuit Parameters, such as Norton’s Equivalent Resistance and Short-circuit Current, … Read More

## Thevenin’s Theorem | Thevenin’s Equivalent Circuit

What is the Thevenin’s Theorem? Thevenin’s Theorem states that any two-terminal linear network containing resistances and voltage sources … Read More