## Introduction to Electrical Engineering |

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### Contents

Introductory | 1 |

The beginnings | 2 |

The electrical nature of matter | 5 |

Copyright | |

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air gap alternating current ammeter ampere ampere-turns anode atoms battery Calculate capacitance capacitor carrying a current cathode cell cent charge coil conductor constant copper core coulomb cross section cross-sectional area curve cycles per sec decrease defining equation deflection determine diameter dielectric direct current eddy-current loss electric field intensity electric flux density electromotive force energy Example ferromagnetic flow free space frequency galvanometer heat hysteresis hysteresis loss increase induced insulation internal resistance ions iron joules kilolines per sq Kirchhoff's voltage law lamp length load magnetic circuit magnetic field intensity magnetic flux density maximum measured metal meter MKS unit molecules moving negative number of turns obtain Ohm's law ohms parallel permeability positive direction potential difference quantity of electricity resistor self-inductance shown in Fig solution steel surface temperature terminals toroid torque tube velocity voltage drop voltmeter volts wattmeter weber per sq wire zero