Electromagnetism

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  • Case Study: Direct Current (DC) Motors

    Direct Current (DC) motors Name: University 1.0 Introduction A Direct Current (DC) motor is one of the broader classification of electric motors which operate from a direct current. Nearly all mechanical devices applied in daily life activities are powered by electric motors. Motors transform electrical energy to mechanical energy, hence they are essential for energy conversions in electrical machines. All types of electrical motors are made up of a stationary field referred to a stator and…

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  • Concept Of Green Hotel

    Introduction: The name of our hotel is the Green is Grass. The concept of our hotel is about green, environmental friendly and sustainable development. We will build our hotel in an island of the Caribbean Sea, named Barbuda. And the location we chose in the island is near the sea. So it not only we can provide the ocean or lagoon view to our guests. But also we can use the nature resource convenient. This paper explain the following of our utilities: Overview of Grass is Green Hotel, materials…

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  • AC Conductivity, Dieedric Loss, And Dielectric Constant

    Electrical Properties AC Conductivity, Ac Resistivity, Dielectric loss, and Dielectric constant are electrical properties and measured as a function of frequency. AC Conductivity and Resistivity AC resistance (ρac) was recorded by LCR meter model 4275 in the frequency range 1MHz to 3GHz. AC conductivity was determined by using the value of Ac resistance. As we know, Ac Conductivity is reciprocal of Ac resistance can be calculated by the relation; ac =1/ρac (6) The variation of AC…

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  • Lorentz Transformation Equation Essay

    1. Derive the mathematical expression for the Lorentz transformation equation. relative orientation of the co-ordinate systems indicated in fig.2 A light-signal, which is proceeding along the positive axis of x, is transmitted according to the equation : x - ct = 0 _______ (1). Since the same light-signal has to be transmitted relative to K1 with the velocity c, the propagation relative to the system K1 will be represented by the analogous formula x' - ct' = 0 _______(2) therefore:…

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  • Resistivity In Wire

    The problem with using resistance as a measurement is that it depends not only on the material out of which the wire is made, but also the geometry of the wire. If we were to increase the length of wire, for example, the measured resistance would increase. Also, if we were to decrease the diameter of the wire, the measured resistance would increase. We want to define a property that describes a material's ability to transmit electrical current that is independent of the geometrical factors.…

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  • Maxwell's Characteristics: The Basic Laws Of Hydrodynamics

    Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION The study of magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) draws from two well known branches of physics, electrodynamics and hydrodynamics.The basic laws of electrodynamics described in the form of Maxwell’s Equations where The hydrodynamics of a fluid is expressed in the form of conservation laws of mass, momentum and energy.The magnetohydrodynamic phenomena are a consequence of the mutual interaction of the fluid flow and the magnetic field. As is well…

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  • Space Charge And Electric Field Distribution

    This chapter contain the physical model and numerical procedure of calculating the dynamics of space charge and electric field distribution in cable insulation material under DC voltage. Electric field distribution and formation of space charge The dependency of electric field distribution on time and temperature is obvious in HVDC system. This is due to the resistivity/conductivity dependency on temperature and electric field [1, 44]. It is also clear that the formation of space charge within…

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  • Shakess Experiment

    The aim of this experiment was to build a shake torch and measure the electrical voltage produced when the magnet passes through a coil of wire. Our dependent variables were the amount of magnets (length of magnet) and the amount of shakes. This was done to help us discover if there was a relation between the amount of magnets, and the induced current produced. It was to investigate if a greater magnetic field and increased amount shakes would improve the shake torches ability to light the LED…

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  • Electric Current Lab Report

    The objective: Through a scientific invention the student will create a model that transmits electrical current and demonstrate that electricity travels in a closed path. Materials: (6) light bulb, (6) battery, (6) 6 in. insolated copper wires, (6) wire stripper, (6) switches, (21) safety goggles, (21) aprons, and boxes of gloves. Vocabulary: Circuit, closed circuit, open circuit, electrical circuit, electromagnetic, and parallel circuit Engaged: We are going to do a KWL chart to find out, what…

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  • Analysis Of Magnet Wire

    1.0 Introduction A wire is defined as a single, flexible strand or rod of metal which is typically cylindrically-shaped. The core applications of wire, both single- or multi-stranded wire, are to withstand or carry mechanical loads in construction sector, whereas in electrical and electronic field are used to transmit electricity and telecommunications signals. For examples, from view of construction, wires are either braided or fixated together to form a bundle of strands, namely…

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