## Phasor Algebra in AC circuit Analysis: Addition and Multiplication

Phasor diagram in an AC circuit analysis is to represent the phase angle i.e. leading and lagging effect through vector representation. Phasor algebra, polar form, and complex number conversions are also explained.

## The First course on Power Electronics and Drives

The author Ned Mohan tried his best to prepare students for industries by providing a broad and depth knowledge of power electronics by giving the gift of “The first course on Power Electronics and Drive”.

## Power Factor and Average Power in an AC circuit Explained with Power Triangle

Power Factor (PF) play an important role in average power dissipation in an ac circuit. PF leads to the concept of three different real, reactive and apparent power, which is better explained by Power triangle.

## Reactance and Impedance of capacitor and inductor: How to Calculate Impedance Triangle

Capacitor and inductor oppose current in AC circuit because of inertia of electron motion, which is called capacitive and inductive reactance respectfully.

## Difference between Alternating Current and Direct Current

Alternating current (AC) is the type of electrical current which changes its direction and magnitude every moment.

## Inductor Charging and Discharging in RL Circuit Analysis Equations

In RL series circuit, during the inductor charging phase, the voltage across the inductor gradually decrease to zero and the current through the inductor goes to the maximum in five-times constant (5 taus).

## PSpice for circuit theory and electronic devices by Paul Tobin

PSpice for Circuit Theory and Electronic Devices is one of a series of five PSpice books and introduces the latest Cadence Orcad PSpice version 10.5 by simulating a range of DC and AC exercises.

## Electronic Devices and Circuits by S. Salivahanan

Electronic Devices and Circuits by S. Salivahanan is the complete set for an electronics engineer starting from the very basic up to advance concepts of electronics.

## The Voltage across the Inductor: Energy Stored in Inductor

An inductor is a passive circuit element that stores energy in the form of a magnetic field. Inductors are made of wrapped conducting wires or coils, to enhance the effectiveness of the inductor number of turns is increased. The inductance of an inductor increases with increasing the number of turns. An inductor is not anticipated …

## How do Capacitors Add in Series: Capacitor in the Series Calculator

Capacitors can be connected in series to achieve the desired capacitance. The capacitance of series connection decreases and that of parallel connection increases.