﻿ Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Electronics - Page 3

## Home Resistor Testing Technology

An instruction that describes how to test a resistor for operability with a multimeter. Methods for checking a resistor at home and the reasons for its failure.

## Kirchhoff's First and Second Laws - Affordable Explanation

Kirchhoff's laws for electric circuit and magnetic circuit. What is the first and second law of Kirchhoff. Methods for calculating DC and AC circuits.

## Ohm's law in plain language

Ohm's law for a section of a chain and a complete chain, in differential and integral form. How easy it is to remember Ohm's Law and where it applies. Formulas for calculating the chain.

## How to convert amperes to kilowatts and vice versa

How to convert amperes to kilowatts and watts. Formulas and table with which you can quickly translate the current strength into power and vice versa. Examples of calculations.

## Joule-Lenz law: its formulation and application

Joule-Lenz law in differential and integral form. The wording is legal and its application in practice. How to find the resistance of a conductor.

## A simple explanation of the gimlet rule

What is the rule of the gimlet, as well as the rules of the right and left hand. A short and clear explanation in simple words. Putting the rules into practice.

## Convert watts to kilowatts and vice versa

How many watts are in one kilowatt of electricity. How to convert kilowatts to watts and vice versa. Formulas for converting power units.

## What is phase, zero, and ground for?

What is phase, zero and earth in an electrician. Why do we need a phase, zero and ground wire. Definition of concepts in simple words.

## How does the resistance of a conductor depend on temperature?

Graphs and formulas showing the dependence of the resistance of the conductor on temperature. The effect of heating metals, liquids and gases on their resistance.

## What is dielectric loss?

What are dielectric losses in dielectrics, how do they arise and what do they depend on. Overview of instruments for measuring dielectric loss.

## Methods for determining the capacitance of a capacitor

How to determine the capacitance of a capacitor with a multimeter. The main methods for determining the capacitance of an electrolytic and ceramic capacitor.

## What is transient contact resistance?

What is the transition contact resistance and because of what it arises.The contact resistance of the contacts and the methodology for measuring this value.

## What are fuses and what are they for?

The device, principle of operation, purpose and main types of fuses. Find out what these devices are for and how they work.

## Learning how to safely solder radio components from circuit boards

How to properly remove radio components from the board so as not to damage anything. The method of evaporating capacitors, transistors, resistors and other circuit elements.

## What are the electrical circuits?

The main types and types of electrical circuits, their purpose and characteristics. Examples of structural, functional, circuit, wiring diagrams.

## A brief overview of the conventions used in wiring diagrams

Conditionally graphic and letter designations in electric schemes of apartments and private houses. Find out what and how is indicated on wiring diagrams.

## Transistor Health Check Technology

How to check a field, bipolar or composite transistor with a multimeter? Instructions for dummies to check the transistor at home.

## How to check if the capacitor is working?

How to check the capacitor for operability with a multimeter at home. Ways to test the polar and non-polar capacitor.

## Correct Tinning Technology

Why do you need to tin wires and how to do it at home? Learn all the details of tinning copper with a soldering iron, solder and flux (rosin or acid).

## Learning to solder wires - consideration of all the nuances of soldering

Not sure how to solder wires? To your attention, instructions for soldering wires in the junction box, on the circuit board and LED strip.