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How is a voltmeter used in measuring physical quantities in electrical circuits?
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How do you connect voltmeter and ammeter in the circuits?
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What is the purpose of transformer in Electrical Engineering?
the use of transformer in electrical engg is to step up or step down the electrical quantities . they are used in substations to power supply. current , potential transformers are also used for measuring high current and voltages respectively. small transformers are widely used in electronics circuits to step down the 230v supply voltage to 9,5v etc.
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Why voltmeter should have a very high resistance?
well a voltmeter measures AC and DC voltage. resistance is a term used only for DC voltage, A voltmeter uses a term called Impedance for AC, without it, when you measure across two terminals it would create a short circuit and would blow up the meter. it is basically a safety feature to prevent people from creating short circuits when measuring.
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What are electrical circuits?
In general, electrical circuits refer to the pathways or routes that are used to deliver electric power onto the power grid and out to the site where a customer actually uses it. It's possible to say the electric power grid is a large electrical circuit. It is. We can use terms like wire or lines or conductors when we talk about the power grid. You already know that there are transformers, circuit breakers (disconnects), fuses and other "stuff" in the circuits. An electrical circuit could be any subsystem of the larger whole. The electrical circuits in a residential structure could be all the wiring from the meter and breaker panel to all locations in the home. The electrical circuits of your home can be described this way. An electrical circuit could be a subsystem of a piece of equipment that helps an observer differentiate it from another subsystem. In a TV, for example, the video circuits are electrical circuits that are separate from the audio circuits. Each is a distince electrical circuit in this light, and someone like, say, a repair technician will be looking in the audio circuits to see why your TV has no sound rather than in the video section. The two electrical circuits are distinct in this light. We could go on, but this may cover the basics acceptably.
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