##### Two Port Network | Introduction, Example, and Parameters

Introduction Two-port networks simplify complex electrical circuits. They represent components like transmission lines and transformers, as well as electronic ones like transistors. This overview explains two-port network parameters, how to…

##### Laplace Transform | Circuit Analysis, Use, and Applications

Introduction Circuit analysis is crucial in electrical engineering for designing circuits. The Laplace transform, created by Pierre-Simon Laplace in the late 18th century, is a helpful math tool. It simplifies…

##### Compensation Theorem | Introduction, Need, and Advantages

Introduction To understand the compensation theorem let's, imagine you have a network or circuit with different parts (branches) connected to it. When something changes, like the resistance in one of…

##### Maximum Power Transfer Theorem | Formula, Proof, and, Limitations

Introduction In both DC and AC circuits, when you have a power source (like a battery or generator) connected to something that uses that power (like a lightbulb or a…

##### Environmental Pollution | Types, Causes, and Effects

When things around us change in a bad way and start harming plants and animals, that's called environmental pollution. A pollutant is something that causes this pollution, and it can…

##### Microsensor | Working Principle, Types, and Applications

Introduction A microsensor is a minuscule device built to sense and measure specific physical properties like temperature, pressure, light, or chemicals. Imagine a tiny gadget that acts as a super-sensitive…

##### Superposition Theorem | Procedure, Limitations, and Applications

Introduction The superposition theorem states that the voltage or current in any part of a linear circuit with multiple sources is equal to the sum of the voltages or currents caused…

##### Reciprocity Theorem | Statement, Limitations, and Applications

Introduction The reciprocity theorem in electrical networks says that if you have a bunch of paths for electricity to flow in a circuit, the current in one specific path due…

##### Elementary Concepts | VAT, GATT, WTO, and TRIPS

Value Added Tax (VAT) An added tax is such an indirect tax that is imposed on Value Added at various stages of production. Value added refers to the difference between…

##### Globalisation | Dimensions, Causes, Merits, and Demerits

Introduction Globalization means that countries are becoming more connected to the global economy. In the case of underdeveloped countries like India, this is important because it can help improve their…