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Electrical Engineering(Alternating Current (AC)) for Android

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This app is a Complete Free Book of Electrical Engineering(Direct current) With important topics, notes, blogs,and diagrams..

This app is a Complete Free Book of Electrical Engineering(Direct current) With important topics, notes, blogs,and diagrams..

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AC is produced by generators in power stations and can be found in homes, radio equipment, car alternators, and even synthesizers. AC voltage has several advantages over DC voltage (generation and transmission, transformer voltage increase / decrease, electromagnetic emissions, etc.), but the analysis can be more complex, involving imaginary numbers, phasor diagrams, Laplace transforms, and even second-order differentiation equations (oscillators).

Chapter 1: Basic AC Theory

What is Alternating Current (AC)?

AC Waveforms

Measurements of AC Magnitude

Simple AC Circuit Calculations

AC Phase

Principles of Radio

Chapter 2: Complex Numbers

Introduction to Complex Numbers

Vectors and AC Waveforms

Simple Vector Addition

Complex Vector Addition

Polar and Rectangular Notation

Complex Number Arithmetic

More on AC polarity

Some Examples with AC Circuits

Chapter 3: Reactance and Impedance -- Inductive

AC Resistor Circuits (Inductive)

AC Inductor Circuits

Series Resistor-Inductor Circuits

Parallel Resistor-Inductor Circuits

Inductor Quirks

More on the Skin Effect

Chapter 4: Reactance And Impedance -- Capacitive

AC Resistor Circuits (Capacitive)

AC Capacitor Circuits

Series Resistor-Capacitor Circuits

Parallel Resistor-Capacitor Circuits

Capacitor Quirks

Chapter 5: Reactance And Impedance -- R, L, And C

Review of R, X, and Z

Series R, L, and C

Parallel R, L, and C

Series-parallel R, L, and C

Susceptance and Admittance

R, L and C Summary

Chapter 6: Resonance

An Electric Pendulum

Simple Parallel (Tank Circuit) Resonance

Simple Series Resonance

Applications of Resonance

Resonance in Series-Parallel Circuits

Q and Bandwidth of a Resonant Circuit

Chapter 7: Mixed-Frequency AC Signals

Introduction to Mixed-Frequency AC Signals

Square Wave Signals

Other Waveshapes

More on Spectrum Analysis

Circuit Effects

Chapter 8: Filters

What is a Filter?

Low-pass Filters

High-pass Filters

Band-pass Filters

Band-stop Filters

Resonant Filters

Summary of Filters

Chapter 9: Transformers

Mutual Inductance and Basic Operation

Step-up and Step-down Transformers

Electrical Isolation


Winding Configurations

Voltage Regulation

Special Transformers and Applications

Practical Considerations - Transformers

Chapter 10: Polyphase AC Circuits

Single-phase Power Systems

Three-phase Power Systems

Phase Rotation

Polyphase Motor Design

Three-phase Y and Delta Configurations

Three-phase Transformer Circuits

Harmonics in Polyphase Power Systems

Harmonic Phase Sequences

Chapter 11: Power Factor

Power in Resistive and Reactive AC circuits

True, Reactive, and Apparent Power

Calculating Power Factor

Practical Power Factor Correction

Chapter 12: AC Metering Circuits

AC Voltmeters and Ammeters

Frequency and Phase Measurement

Power Measurement

Power Quality Measurement

AC Bridge Circuits

AC Instrumentation Transducers

Chapter 13: AC Motors

Introduction to AC Motors

Synchronous Motors

Synchronous Condenser

Reluctance Motor

Stepper Motors

Brushless DC Motor

Tesla Polyphase Induction Motors

Wound Rotor Induction Motors

Single-phase Induction Motors

Other Specialized Motors

Selsyn (Synchro) Motors

AC Commutator Motors

Chapter 14: Transmission Lines

A 50-Ohm Cable?

Circuits and the Speed of Light

Characteristic Impedance

Finite-length Transmission Lines

Long and Short Transmission Lines

Standing Waves and Resonance

Impedance Transformation


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