How A Biomass Power Station Works

Biomass Biomass grows up to 10 million seedlings a year in nursery. They will generate 30 MW of electric power by growing the seedlings into trees, processing the timber logs into woodchips, and burning them during a biomass power station. Trees enter the woodchipper from the left, woodchips are lit to heat the boiler, from… Continue reading How A Biomass Power Station Works

MCB | Working principle and Application

What is MCB? Miniature circuit breaker, commonly known as MCB. This device-operated switch-cum-circuit is a safety device. After overload and short circuit occurs it disrupts the circuit. And mcb is used for this purpose. It is used as an alternative to fuses for home applications. Where power is cut off when there is a short… Continue reading MCB | Working principle and Application

Conductor | classification and types, Used

What is a Conductor called this type and conductor material You must have often heard about the conductor somewhere or have read what the conductor says and what are the types of the conductor. If you still have not been told that you did not understand what substance is called after the conductor, today in… Continue reading Conductor | classification and types, Used

Diode | Types and Working principle of Diode

What is Diodes? The diode is an electronic component. Which allows current to be flow in just one direction. Its two terminal. In the diode which is the line of Silver Color. The Terminal Cathode is on that side and the tip of the diode is the tip of the triangle is the cathode. And… Continue reading Diode | Types and Working principle of Diode

Ohm’s Law Definition and Formula

Ohm’s Law Definition The great scientist of Germany, Dr. George Simon Ohm, gave a rule in 1826. This law establishes the relationship between the charged potential difference at the ends of a conductor and the current flowing in that conductor. This law is called Om’s law. According to Ohm’s law “If the physical states of… Continue reading Ohm’s Law Definition and Formula

Fleming’s right-hand rule|Definition and Describe

Fleming’s right-hand rule We saw in Faraday’s electromagnetic induction rule that the motions of the coil and therefore the magnet are driven by the movement of electrical current and also the force induced by this force. current is additionally generated. Fleming’s right-hand rule is used to search out the worth of the direction of this… Continue reading Fleming’s right-hand rule|Definition and Describe

Definition of Faraday’s Law of Induction

Faraday’s Law of Induction Faraday’s Law of Induction describes how an electrical current produces a field of force and, conversely, how a changing force field generates an electrical current during a conductor. In 1830, magnetic induction was invented by physicist Michael Faraday.  But Joseph Henry, an American physicist, made the same discovery about the same… Continue reading Definition of Faraday’s Law of Induction