# Difference between Statically induced e.m.f and Dynamically induced e.m.f

what is Induced e.m.f: Generally induced e.m.f is  nothing but whenever current carrying conductor placed in the magnetic field that conductor get induced and produce the electro magnetic force. there are  two types of induced e.m.f is there. they are given below, , i) Dynamically induced e.m.f ii) statically induced e.m.f   Dynamically induced e.m.f:- We…

# Circuit Breaker Tripping Schemes

What is circuit breaker: Generally we all are know circuit breakers are used to protect the equipment from abnormal or faulty conditions. and also circuit breaker also used for control the equipment ON/OFF. there are different types of circuit breaker used in electrical field and depend on voltage and current rating its classified into different…

# Troubleshooting guide for generator

Generator Problems The following generator  problems listed below are provided the following: Known problems Possible causes of the known problems Repair to correct the known problems Fault diagnosis   1). When the starting switch is in the (ON) position, the engine crankshaft does not rotate. Possible causes: 1. Low battery output voltage Check the battery…

# Basic Electrical interview Questions & Answers

1.What  is  electricity ? Ans : Electricity is a general term used for all phenomena caused by electric charge whether static or in motion. 2.What are the types of electricity ? Ans : There are two types,(1) static Electricity and (2) Current Electricity. 3.What is static electricity ? Ans : Static electricity means electricity at…

# How Wireless Power Transfer is working?

The various forms of Wireless Power Transfer include solar energy, microwaves, and magnetic energy. In this article, we will focus on wireless power transfer using magnetism and induction coils. The following offers an insight into the working principle, features, and applications. Working principle Wireless power transfer works on the inductive power transfer principle, as found…

# Working Principle of a capacitor

Definition of Capacitor Capacitor is a passive electronic component or device capable of storing charge with a certain voltage level across two conducting plates or surfaces, separated by an insulating material or dielectric substance. Capacitor is constructed by using two conducting surfaces or plates and an insulating material (i.e. Dielectric like mica, paper, air etc.)…

Why Generator Load Testing: The purpose of most generator sets is to provide a reliable source of power to your facility or commercial operation during an emergency situation when power from the grid is suddenly lost or is not available in your environment. In the event of a power failure, you should have peace of…

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# Main Parts of Motor

Main Parts of Motor  Motor is an electrical machine that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. Motors work through the principles of electromagnetism. If you run electricity through a wire, it creates a magnetic field. If you coil the wire around a rod and run electricity through the wire, it creates a magnetic field around…

# Difference between Alternator & Generator

Alternator Vs Generator Alternators and generators are two devices which generate electricity. Both alternators and generators convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. An alternator can be called a type of generator. Although both these devices serve the same function, they are quite different in every other aspect. An alternator is a charging system for cars…