Average and RMS voltage
In the DC regime, only one definition of the value of a voltage is possible, this value is unambiguous and is...
Power in AC Circuits
As a general concept, the power describes the speed at which a certain amount of energy is released/transmitted by...
It is in the late 30's that an American engineer named Hendrick Wade Bode designs a famous representation to study...
Parallel RLC Circuit Analysis
The series behavior of the three elementary components of electronics has been detailed in our previous article...
Series RLC Circuit Analysis
The resistor (R), inductor (L), and capacitor (C) are the three elementary passive components of electronics. Their...
Periodic signals are not always perfect sinusoidal patterns such as presented in one of our previous tutorials...
Phase difference and Phase shift
When we are listening to a song, we perceive the sinusoidal sound waveforms as music. Their amplitude gives us how...
Phasor Diagrams and Phasor Algebra
AC electric signals can be represented by three different methods in order to characterize and realize algebra...
Within a period of 10 years at the end of the 19th century, many technological achievements allowed to extend the...
AC Capacitance and Capacitive Reactance
Such as for inductors, the electrical behavior of capacitors also depends on the nature of the source : DC or AC....
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