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Current flow in a circuit (purely resistive and restive-capacitive
The current may cause effects such as heating or even induce magnetic fields preferably used for generators, motors and inductors. Current generally flows from the positive terminal towards the negative terminal of battery and there is voltage drop across the electrical elements in the circuit due to resistance, reactance or inductance.

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Charging and Discharging Capacitors
When a capacitor is being charged, at t=0, the voltage across the capacitor terminals is 0. As the charge builds up in the capacitor the voltage also increases. The increase is exponential, Kirchoff's Voltage Rule (Multi-loop Circuits, 1999), because as the charge builds up the rate of increase in voltage also increases.

8 pages (2000 words)
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Network Measurement Laboratory
Finally, the objective of the experiment is to determine certain network parameters. This experiment will aid the students to understand the behavior of given circuits and explain their outputs,

3 pages (750 words)
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Resistor
The aim was achieved by setting up a parallel circuit and a series circuit using the same voltage sources, then taking measurements of the current and voltage in the two circuits. It was established that indeed there is a difference in the characteristics of a voltage

4 pages (1000 words)
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Electric circuits and devices prototyping
In an n-type semiconductor, electrons represent majority charge carriers while for p-type semiconductors, the holes represent the majority charge carriers. Normally, the flow of current in a BJT is due to diffusion of charge

3 pages (750 words)
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Electrical circuits
Investigations performed on the course look at amplitude and phase relationships that exist between current and voltage. It did for sinusoidal driving sources on the input of designed circuit. In

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Parallel DC circuits
The sine wave, a square wave and the triangular waveforms were careful displayed using NI Multisim software. The peak to peak Voltage and the peak voltages were determined from the graphs obtained, and the periodic time of the waves determined. The

2 pages (500 words)
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Electrical and Electronic principles
By the end of this lab, you should be able to analyse circuit behaviour when DC or AC voltages are applied to the circuits. You are required to record all activities (observations, results and comments) in your logbook as you

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Differential-Amp Circuits
These implies that the input impedance is seen by both sources as infinite therefore the output voltage is unaltered by the internal sources impedance, for example V1a=V2b=19.9V.
The circuit was built where Vs was 100Hz, 20V pk-pk and then the input and output were

3 pages (750 words)
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Basic electric circuits and measurements
Intuitively, the nature of the experiment is guided by ohm’s law which asserts that the amount of voltage flowing from one point to another end in a conductor is directly proportional to the current between the two points, while the

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