keywords:
Bookmark and Share



Front Back
Electron mass
-CONS 1 (kg)
Electron charge
-CONS 23 (Coloumb | statcoloumb or electrostatic-unit)
One Coloumb has how many electrons
6.24 x 10^18 electrons
Permittivity of free space
CONS 32 eo F/meter
Permeabilitty of free space
CONS 33 mo H/meter
Horsepower
CONV 30
Cal to J
CONV 40
Ability of material to store electric potential under influence of electric field
permittivity
Ability of material to store electric potential under influence of magnetic field
permeability
Dielectric constant is also called
relative permittivity
Current
Coulumb/Second
Voltage
Joules/Coloumb
Change in Resistance
Resistance and Temperature
Resistance is directly proportional to Temperature
The electrical resistance of a semiconductor material will __ as the temperature increases
decrease
At absolute zero temperature, semiconductor acts as
insulator
In a semiconductor material, what will happen to the number of free electrons when the temperature rises
increases
Energy
Power * seconds
Circuit element that is used to represent the energy stored in a magnetic field
inductance
Circuit element that is used to represent the energy stored in an electrostatic field
capacitance
Norton's Theorem
Short-circuited current
Thevenin's Theorem
Open-circuited Voltage
The ____ allows simplifying a one-port circuit to a current source in parallel with an impedance
Norton's Theorem
RMS
Vpeak / sqrt(2)
AVE AC
0.636*Vpeak
Form Factor
rms/average
Peak Factor
peak/rms
Peak Factor of rectangular wave
1.0
Form Factor of triangular wave
1.16
1/impedance
Admittance, where capacitance is positive
1/resistance
Conductance
1/reactance
Susceptance
A parallel LC circuit
Tank
Resistance Color Code
Delta to Wye
Wye to Delta
Voltage Divider
Current Divider
Charge of a capacitor
6 ohms and 8 ohm-inductance in series
6 ohms and 8 ohm-inductance in parallel
Electrical degrees or phase angle of series load 100 ohms and 50 ohms-capacitance
Conductance of 10 S, 20 S, 30 S in series
like resistors in parallel!
Conductance of 10 S, 20 S, 30 S in parallel
add!
Voltages in series
They add up!
Voltages in parallel
They don't just add up, man... Use techniques
Current sources in series
They don't just add up, man... Use techniques
Current sources in parallel
They add up!
Reactance equations
Bandwidth, Q, Resonant Frequency
x of y cards Next >|