AC/DC electricity and electronics made easy
Covers mechanical units, electrical units, resistor networks, voltage, magnetic circuits, inductance, capacitance, network theorems, resonance, complex algebra, filters, generators, motors, waveforms and electrical measurements
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Electrical Units and Ohms Law
Voltage and Current Sources
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