MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL - Electrical Articles

Wireless Power Transfer

Introduction It the process that takes place in any system where electrical energy is transmitted from a power source to an electrical load, without interconnecting wires. Wireless transmission is employed in cases where instantaneous or c ...

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Witricity

Introduction Don't you hate it when you forget to put your mobile phone on charge? Well, take heart - a new technology called WiTricity could mean never having to plug it in again. Welcome to the world of WiTricity . E ...

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Transformer & Distribution

Transformer is one of the most vital electrical machinery. The development of the present day power system is very much attributable to the large number and types of transformer that are in operation in the system, such as, generator transformers, step ...

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Transformer

History The transformer principle was demonstrated in 1831 by Michael Faraday, although he used it only to demonstrate the principle of electromagnetic induction and did not foresee its practical uses. The first widely used transform ...

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Introduction to Tank used in Transformer

Utilities include WA the tank and the cover are manufactured of hot-rolled, unalloyed steel sheet and profile balks. Fine granular steel is used in transformers for low ambient temperatures. Areas where strong eddy currents can be generated du ...

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Chemical & Physical Properties of Electrolyte

Introduction Both Hall and Heioult selected molten cryolite (Na3 AIF6) as the electrolyte for the electrolysis of alumina because cryolite has uniquely high solubility for oxides although certain additives are beneficial, the major component ...

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Waveguides

A waveguide is a special form of transmission line consisting of a hollow, metal tube. The tube wall provides distributed inductance, while the empty space between the tube walls provide distributed capacitance: Figure below <IMG src="/img/000021 ...

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Physiological Effects of Electricity

Most of us have experienced some form of electric "shock," where electricity causes our body to experience pain or trauma. If we are fortunate, the extent of that experience is limited to tingles or jolts of pain from static electricity buildup dischar ...

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Electrical Shocks: Emergency Response

Despite lock-out/tag-out procedures and multiple repetitions of electrical safety rules in industry, accidents still do occur. The vast majority of the time, these accidents are the result of not following proper safety procedures. But however they may ...

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