Why this course?
Course is designed to understand generation of electricity in most simplified way.
Chapter 1 explains basic concept of electricity generation without involving any mathematics or graphical theories.
Chapter 2 deals with methematical approach. Apply your understanding of Faraday's law and Lenz's law to derive magnitude & frequency of induced emf. Course is design to understand mathematics and its importance in generation of electricity. Course is very useful for the 1st year students of Engineering & Technology.
Who this course is for:
I personally recommends all electrical engineering students to go through this course if having any doubt about how electricity is generated.
Course is very important for 1st year students of electrical, computer and electronics engineering branch. However all engineer students must have understanding of how electricity is generated.
Intellectual students from 10th, 11th and 12th science should also enroll for the course.
What you'll learn
What are the different forms of energy? What is Law of Energy Conservation?
What is faraday’s law? & What is lenz’s law?
How to generate emf of desired magnitude & desired frequency?
Why shape of generated waveform is sinusoidal?
What is magnetic field?
How practical generator differs from ideal theoretical generator concept?
Knowledge of basic science may help understanding the course better
Ch 1: Fundamental Concept
1.2: Energy & Its Form
1.3: Faraday's Law and Production of AC Voltage
1.4: Energy Conversion, Losses & Efficiency
1.5: Lenz's Law and Its Role in Process of Energy Conversion
Assignement - 1
Ch 2: Mathematical Representation
2.1: Magnetic Field, Faraday's Law & Lenz's Law
2.2: EMF Generation & Sinusoidal Wave
2.3: Frequency, Speed and Practical Generator
2.4: AC Parameter & Course Conclusion
Assignement - 2
Ph.d, IIT Roorkee
In 2013, Dr. Jignesh Makwana earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. Since the previous 15 years, he has been teaching power electronics, electric drives, control systems, and other subjects in engineering colleges. From 2013 until 2017, he was an associate professor and the head of the Electrical Engineering Department at Marwadi University in Rajkot. He currently works as a product design and development consultant for a number of firms in the fields of electric drives and power electronics. He also assists numerous reputable universities in developing engineering curricula and syllabuses as a BOS member.
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