Ch. 1: Introduction to Magnet & Electromagnet
1.1: Importance of Magnet & Magnetism
Ch 2: Magnetic Circuit
2.1: Parameters of Magnetic Circuit
2.2: Tutorial 1: Basic Magnetic Circuit
2.3: Series-Parallel Magnetic Circuit
2.4: Tutorial 2: Series Paralel Magnetic Circuit
2.5: Comparison of Magnetic Circuits & Electric Circuits
2.6: Magnetization Curve (Core Saturation)
2.7: Hysteresis Loop
Ch 3: Induced EMF & Inductor
3.1: Induced EMF & Faraday's Laws
3.2: Energy Conversion
3.3: Lenz's Law
3.4: Statically Induced EMF & Inductor
3.5: Expression of Self-Inductance
3.6: Energy Stored in Inductor
3.7: Inductor in DC Circuit
3.8: Rise of Inductive Current
3.9: Mathematical Expression for Rise in Inductive Current
3.10: Voltage Across Indutor
3.11: Decay in Inductive Current
3.12: Tutorial 3- Inductor in DC Circuit
3.13: Mutually Induced EMF
3.14: Series-Parallel Inductors
Ch 4: Magnetic Losses
4.1: Hysteresis Losses
4.2: Eddy Current Losses
Ch 5: Molecules Science & Theories of Magnetism
5.1: Molecules Science & Theories of Magnetism
Ch 6: Magnetic Forces
6.1: Force on Current Carrying Conductor
Ch 7: Generation of AC
7.1: Magnitude of Induced Emf
7.2: Direction of Induced Emf
7.3: Coil Rotating in Magnetic Field
7.4: Frequency of Induced AC
7.5: Practical AC Generator
Why this course?
This course is designed to have detail understanding about magnet, electromagnet & electricity. This is very essential course for electrical engineering students. Proper understanding of magnet and electromagnetism will help for further understanding working of major elector-mechanical devices. Course contents includes part of syllabus of first year basic engineering course offers in almost all universities like GTU, IITs, RTU, as "Basic Electrical Engineering" or "Element of Electrical Engineering" or under similar title.
Magnetic flux plays an important role in energy conversion process either form electrical to mechanical or mechanical to electrical. It is very important to have clear understanding of electromagnetism and its role in various applications. Without clear understanding about electromagnetism, it is not possible understand electric motor, generators, wireless power transfer, wireless chargers, or induction heating like advanced applications. So iif someone is struggling in basic concept of electrical engineering it is advised to go through this course.
This course will be updated continuously for new applications, tutorials and quiz.
Dr. Jignesh Makwana received Phd degree in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, in 2013. He is teaching power electronics, electric drives, control system & other subject in engineering colleges since last 15 years. He served as a associate professor and Head of Department, Electrical Engineering, faculty of technology at Marwadi University, Rajkot from 2013 to 2017. Currently He is providing consultancy service to many industries for product design and development related to electric drives and power electronics.
Ph.d, IIT Roorkee
Who this course is for:
This course is most suitable for 1st year engineering students of all branch
This is most important course for electrical engineering students.
All enthusiastic students want to understand electromagnetism and its applications
What you'll learn
Basic about magnet and magnetism
Faraday's Law's of electromagnetic induction and its importance
Lenz's law and its importance
Induced emf and inductor
Generation of AC
Tutorials & Practice
Basic science (primary school level)
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