## Series and Parallel Connection of a Capacitor

Define a Capacitor What are the Components of a Capacitor? A capacitor is an electrical device used mainly for the storage of charge. Basically it stores energy in the form of electric charge. It is connected with two terminals. Also Read More …

## Technical Interview Questions for Electrical Engineers

Short Interview Questions for Electrical Engineers Question Why capacitor is used for power factor correction? Answer Capacitors are used for power factor correction because they can store energy in an electric field. This energy can then be used to compensate Read More …

## What is Power Dissipation? Explain with Examples

What is Power Dissipation? Power Dissipation  is the transfer of energy from one form to another in an electrical circuit.

## Top 10 Manufacturers of GaAs and GaN Wafers

Manufacturers of GaAs and GaN Top 10 Manufacturers of GaAs and GaN Wafers. Manufacturers of GaAs and GaN provide a variety of materials for use in electronics. Manufacturers specializing in GaAs and GaN produce devices such as diode lasers, transistors, Read More …

## What is the Norton Theorem? Examples of Norton Theorem

Introduction to Norton Theorem What is the Norton Theorem? Examples of Norton Theorem . Today we will talk about another important topic in electrical circuit analysis. In analyzing electrical circuit, we often encounter circuits that are beyond reach of solving Read More …

## How to Connect Resistances in Series and Parallel?

What is the Resistance? How to Connect Resistances in Series and Parallel?  The measure of opposition to electric current in an electric circuit is known as electrical resistance. In common words it can be described as the force which a Read More …

## How to Perform delta-wye Transformation?

Introduction to Delta-Wye Transformation How to Perform delta-wye Transformation?  Sometimes when we are encountering certain resistor based circuit analysis, we come across some special cases where we cannot solve the circuit linearly by simply using the basic circuit analysis strategies. Read More …

## What is the Superposition Principle?

Superposition Principle What is the Superposition Principle? While simplifying and solving electronic circuits, we come across many difficulties. In some cases, in a single circuit, along with some basic circuitry elements, we see a number of sources. Either they are Read More …

## What are the Different Types of Polarization?

Introduction to Polarization What are the Different Types of Polarization?  In electromagnetism, polarization density or electric polarization or polarization is the density of electric dipole moment in a dielectric material. It occurs when a non-polar molecule is placed in an Read More …

## What is the Dielectric Constant, Strength, and Dielectric Polarization in Physics?

Introduction to Dielectric In this article I have discussed about what is the dielectric constant and its other parameters. In electromagnetism, a dielectric or a dielectric material or a dielectric medium is a poor conductor or a good insulator but Read More …