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Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

Electrical Engineering

Electric Shocks discusses the different methods of circuit analysis of electrical engineering starting from Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s current and voltage laws, Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorem, superposition theorem, Current and Voltage divider rule. We also explain the Phasors, RL, RC, and RLC from the AC circuit. We also elaborate on capacitor charging and discharging, impedance, and reactance.

Electronics Engineering

Electric Shocks discussed Electronics Engineering basics. Starting from the formation of PN junction, PN junction as a diode and its characteristics, half-wave, and full-wave rectifiers and voltage multipliers.

LR circuit analysis
Safety Tips: Commercial Installation and Maintenance for Electrical Wiring

Electric Shocks shares different methods and standards in electrical installation and its required safety measures for industrial, commercial, and domestic installation. 

Engineering Books

Electric Shocks provides prominent books in the field of electrical and electronics engineering from diverse authors. Major books are reviewed covering power electronics, control system engineering, fundamental electronics, circuit theory, and electronic devices.

Electric Shocks provides Electrical and Electronics pdf downloadable books
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Community Forum

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Community

Electric Shocks has embedded each post with extra helping widgets like infographics, illustrations, animations, and on-page formula calculators. We have a forum for learners and experts to share their thoughts. 

Michael has got his undergraduate degree in 2016 from a reputable university securing high grads. He is now working as a professional electronics engineer for an internationally recognized organization.
Michal Smith From Electric Shocks
Michael Smith
Electronics Engineer
Shahab Yousafzai is a professional electrical engineer, who has a history with the field since 2008. He is interested in Power Electronics, Analog Electronics, and Electric Machines.
Shahab Yousafzai from Electric Shocks
Shahab Yousafzai
Electrical Engineer
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