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Basic Electric Circuits & Components

Basic Electric Circuits & Components

Chapter 2. Basic Electric Circuits & Components . Introduction SI Units and Common Prefixes Electrical Circuits Direct Currents and Alternating Currents Resistors, Capacitors and Inductors Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Laws Power Dissipation in Resistors Resistors in Series and Parallel

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CMSC 250 Discrete Structures

CMSC 250 Discrete Structures

CMSC 250 Discrete Structures. Graphs and Trees. Graphs. Vertices Edges (endpoints). Types of Graphs. Directed – order counts when discussing edges Undirected (bidirectional) Weighted – each edge has a value associated with it Unweighted. Examples.

By branxton
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Alternating Current

Alternating Current

Alternating Current. 20.5. Alternating Current. Charge flow reverses direction periodically Due to way that power plants generate power Simple circuit. Periodicity. Voltage, Current, and Power fluctuate with time So we usually talk about the averages. Average Power. DC P = IV AC

By arella
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PHY 184

PHY 184

PHY 184. Spring 2007 Lecture 17. Title: Resistance and Circuits. Announcements. Homework Set 4 is done! Midterm 1 will take place in class on Thursday Chapters 16 - 19 Homework Set 1 - 4 You may bring one 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of equations, front and back, prepared any way you prefer.

By bly
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Electric Circuits and terms

Electric Circuits and terms

Electric Circuits and terms. Electric circuits move charges around to deliver energy. Electric Circuits. Charges move when there is a difference in electric Potential. Electric Potential (think of potential energy) is called electric Voltage

By lot
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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

EE314 Microprocessor Systems. Chapter 5. Objectives: The difference between hardware and software interrupts The difference between maskable and nonmaskable interrupts Interrupt processing procedures The vector address table Multiple interrupts and interrupt priorities

By abiba
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Series vs. Parallel Circuits

Series vs. Parallel Circuits

Series vs. Parallel Circuits. Concept Presentation by: Diana Restua Haxhi Dvorani. Concept Overview. Components of an electrical circuit can be connected in many different ways. The two simplest of these are called series and parallel and occur very frequently.

By della
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Bipolar Junction Transistor By: Engr. Syed Asad Ali Acknowledgement Large Part Of This Lecture is Taken From Manipal

Bipolar Junction Transistor By: Engr. Syed Asad Ali Acknowledgement Large Part Of This Lecture is Taken From Manipal

BASIC ELECTRONICS. Bipolar Junction Transistor By: Engr. Syed Asad Ali Acknowledgement Large Part Of This Lecture is Taken From Manipal Institute India. Introduction to Bipolar Junction Transistor BJT Operation BJT Configurations Transistor Application BJT Biasing. Lecture Contents.

By chaeli
(280 views)

Gates

Gates

Gates. A digital circuit is one in which only two logical values are present. Typically, a signal between 0 and 0.5 volt represents one value (e.g. binary 0) and a signal between 1 and 1.5 volts represents the other value (e.g. binary 1).

By easter
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Inductance and Magnetic Energy

Inductance and Magnetic Energy

Inductance and Magnetic Energy. Chapter 32 Mutual Inductance Self-Inductance Inductors in Circuits Magnetic Energy. B of 1 through 2. I. 1. 2. Mutual Inductance. Two coils, 1 & 2, are arranged such that flux from one passes through the other.

By kareem
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Inquiry II – Jan. 20

Inquiry II – Jan. 20

Inquiry II – Jan. 20. " Every effort must be made in childhood to teach the young to use their own minds." Eleanor Roosevelt. Inquiry and Personalized Learning Opportunities Makerspace , Tinkering, Self-Organized learning environments, genius hour. Walk-in Activity.

By mandell
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Tree

Tree

Tree. A connected graph that contains no simple circuits is called a tree. Because a tree cannot have a simple circuit, a tree cannot contain multiple edges or loops. Therefore any tree must be a simple graph. Which of the graphs are trees?

By evette
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Inquiry Activity

Inquiry Activity

Inquiry Activity. By Devin, Natasha and Zach. NOTE!!.

By coty
(114 views)

Binary Search Trees

Binary Search Trees

Binary Search Trees. If we want to perform a large number of searches in a particular list of items, it can be worthwhile to arrange these items in a binary search tree to facilitate the subsequent searches.

By tayte
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Smasher here. Slippery and I will help you explore wiring parallel circuits.

Smasher here. Slippery and I will help you explore wiring parallel circuits.

Smasher here. Slippery and I will help you explore wiring parallel circuits. Smasher Slippery. Safety Practice.

By shada
(85 views)

PHY 184

PHY 184

PHY 184. Spring 2007 Lecture 18. Title: Resistor Circuits. Announcements. Midterm 1 will take place in class tomorrow Chapters 16 - 19 Homework Sets 1 - 4 You may bring one 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of equations, front and back, prepared any way you prefer. Bring a calculator

By grover
(134 views)

Electric Circuits

Electric Circuits

Electric Circuits. Circuits. Electric charges move in a looped path called a circuit – starts and ends in the SAME spot A simple circuit contains a source of energy and at least one conductor. Energy (battery)  Conductor - wire. Circuits. A circuit may also contain a SWITCH

By haruko
(253 views)

Electrical Circuits

Electrical Circuits

Electrical Circuits. Electrical Circuits. C ircuit : a complete path in which electricity flows. Electrical Circuits. Power Sources : a dry battery can be a source of electricity for a simple circuit, it sends out a current of electrons. Electrical Circuits.

By kaylee
(211 views)

Electricity

Electricity

Electricity . Part 2: Electric Current. Electric current is the amount of charge moving past a point. Maxwell Demon counting the charges passing a given point. Definition of current. I = current Q = amount of charge that passes point. t = time for charge to pass by. Units of Current.

By jagger
(77 views)

EE104: Lecture 19 Outline

EE104: Lecture 19 Outline

EE104: Lecture 19 Outline. Announcements: HW due today, new HW posted Review of Last Lecture Generation of AM Waves Square Law and Envelope Detection of AM Double Side Band Suppressed Carrier Product Modulators for DSBSC Coherent Detection for DSBSC: The Costas Loop.

By tacy
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