Electrical Circuits ECI (22324) Lab-Manual Answers PDF | I Scheme Msbte Manual Answers

"Electrical Circuits ECI (22324) Lab-Manual Answers PDF |  I Scheme Msbte Manual Answers" 

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  1. Use dual trace oscilloscope to determine A.C voltage and current response in given R, L, C circuit.
  2. Use voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter to determine active, reactive and apparent power consumed in given R-L series circuit. Draw phasor diagram.
  3. Use voltmeter, ammeter to determine active, reactive and apparent power consumed in given R-C series circuit. Draw phasor diagram
  4. Use voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter to determine active, reactive and apparent power consumed in given R-L-C series circuit. Draw phasor digram
  5. Use variable frequency supply to create resonance in given series R-L-C circuit or by using variable inductor or variable capacitor
  6. voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter to determine current, p.f, active, reactive and apparent power in R-C parallel A.C. circuit
  7. Use Use voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter, p.f meter to determine current, p.f., active, reactive and apparent power for given R-L-C parallel circuit with series connection of
  8. resistor and inductor in parallel with capacitor.
  9. Use variable frequency supply create resonance in given parallel R-L-C circuit or by using variable inductor or capacitor
  10. Use voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter, p.f meter to determine line and phase quantities of voltage and current for balanced three phase star and delta connected load and calculate active, reactive, and apparent power. Draw phasor diagram
  11. Use voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter, p.f meter to determine line and phase quantities of voltage and current for unbalanced three phase star and delta connected load and calculate active, reactive, and apparent power. Draw phasor diagram
  12. Use voltmeter, ammeter to determine current through the given branch of a electric network by applying mesh analysis
  13. Use voltmeter, ammeter to determine current through the given branch of a electric network by applying node analysis
  14. Use voltmeter, ammeter to determine current through the given branch and voltage across the given element of circuit by applying superposition theorem
  15. Use voltmeter, ammeter to determine equivalent circuit parameter in a given circuit by applying Thevenin's theorem
  16. Use voltmeter, ammeter to determine equivalent circuit parameter in a given circuit by applying Norton's theorem
  17. Use voltmeter, ammeter to determine load resistance for inaximum power transfer for a given circuit by applying maximum power transfer theorem.

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