A resistance performs the same in an AC circuit at standard power frequency as it does in a DC circuit. That is, according to Ohm's law, every change in voltage across the resistor causes a corresponding change in current through the resistor.

Single Phase AC Circuit - Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics

In this “Single Phase AC Circuit – Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Sinusoidal waveform
  2. Characteristics of a sinusoidal waveform
  3. Important terms used in AC fundamentals and sinusoidal waveform
  4. Resistors
  5. Inductors and capacitors with sinusoidal excitation
  6. Phasor representation of AC quantities
  7. Concept of complex impedance and admittance
  8. Average and effective values of voltages and currents
  9. Power in AC
  10. Instantaneous power
  11. Average power
  12. Real power
  13. Apparent power
  14. Power factor


This article Single Phase AC Circuit – Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics is contributed by Ritesh Thapa, a student of LA GRANDEE International College (LGIC).




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