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Chapter 1 

Basic Electrical

Rate of flow of electric charge through any point of the circuit is called electric current. Unit – ampere.
Current :- Flow of charge in conductor is called current.
 

Coulomb's law:-According to this law, the force of attraction or repulsion between stationary point charges is directly proportional to product of the charges and inversely proportional to square of distance between them.

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Electric field: It is the region surrounding an electric charge or group of charges, in which another charge experiences a force of attraction or repulsion.


Electric lines of forces:-An electric lines of force field along which a free isolated unit positive charge moves.

 Properties 

(1) Electric lines of force start from positive charge and end to the negative charge.
(2) No two lines of force can intersect each other because if they do so, then at the point of intersection two tangents can be drawn which would mean two directions of force at that point which is impossible.
(3) These lines have a tendency to separate from each other in the direction perpendicular to their length.
(4) Lines of force of uniform field are parallel.
(5) Lines of force leaves the surface of conductor normally.


Electric Flux: It is defined as that total number of lines of force passing normally through a curved surface placed in the field or the dot product of Chapter 1 Basic Electrical - Notes, Circuit Theory, Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering (EE) Notes | EduRev and normal.

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OHM's law: According to this law if there is no charge the physical state of conductor (Such as temp.) then the current flowing through the conductor is directly proportional to the voltage applied i, e.
I αV .

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A graph between applied voltage and current is a straight line shows that it follows ohm's law.

Note:- Ohm's law is valid for metallic conductors only.


Resistance :- It is property of 

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ρ  = specific resistance or resistivity.

Note:- The reciprocal of resistivity is called conductivity.

  Chapter 1 Basic Electrical - Notes, Circuit Theory, Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering (EE) Notes | EduRev   (Ohm – m)–1 = mho/meter.
Note:-

(1) T - ,R- because heat causes atoms in the crystal lattice to vibrate more.

(2) Resistance increase an a material become more disordered.
(3) Best lean →  conductor  silver, Tungsten → light bulb filament Nichrome → Heater element in toaster.


COLOUR CODE FOR RESISTANCES:

  • These resistances are usually carbon resistances and whose code is used to indicate the value of resistance. 
  • A carbon resistance has usually 4 concentric rings or bands A, B, C, D of different colours.

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  • The colour of first two bands A and B indicate the 1st two significant figures of resistance in ohms & those of 3rd band C indicate the decimal multiplies. The 4th band D (Which is either silver or gold) tells the tolerance. 
  • Sometimes only 3 colours band is there (A, B and C).

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Electric Potential 

  • The electric potential at a point in an electric field is the ratio of the work done in bringing a test charge from infinity to that point to the magnitude of the test change. 
  • If the work done in moving a test charge q0 from infinity to that point against the field is W, then

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Potential Gradient:

Rate of charge of potential w.r.t distance in called potential gradient.


Electric Potential Energy: The electric potential energy of a system of charges is the work that has to be done in bringing these charges from infinity to near each other to form the system.
The potential energy of a system of charges q1 and q2 separated by a distance 'r' is
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CAPACITOR:  An element in which energy is stored in the form of electrostatic field is called capacitor.

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Capacitance: Defined as ratio of charge given to the plate of capacitor to the pot. diff produced between the plate.

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Chapter 1 Basic Electrical - Notes, Circuit Theory, Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering (EE) Notes | EduRev Area of Plane

D → Distance between the planes.

0 = 8.85 x 10-12 

0 = Permittivitty of free space.

Unit – c2N–1 M–2

For a capacitor, v ∝ q

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Energy stored in capacitor

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INDUCTOR

It is an element in which energy is stored in the form of electromagnetic field (Unit  → Henry.)  

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Energy stored in Inductor:

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Inductance

Inductance results from the fact that a flow of current produces magnetic field, according magnetic field along tends to induce a voltage (or current) in a wire according to Faraday's law.

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For RL Load :

V=Vm sin wt

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show I lags by 90º R-L Load phasor :-

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For RC Load:

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Shows I leads by 90º


For RC phases:

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For RLC Load:

Case 1: |VL| >  |Vc|
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Case 2: |VL| <  |Vc|

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Case 3: |VL| =  |Vc|

V = VR

Ø = 0

CosØ = 1(UPF)

Note:- Reactive power is consumed by energy storing demands.

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