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Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
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Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
Basics of electrical engineering
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Wires and Cables, Series and Parallel circuits,ohm's law,circuits

Wires and Cables, Series and Parallel circuits,ohm's law,circuits

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  • 1. Basics of Electrical Engineering By Ms. Nishkam Dhiman Assistant Professor -EEE Deptt. Chitkara Institute of Engg. & Technology
  • 2. Wires and Cables Wires & Cables are purpose built conductors. The size & type of wire/cable must suit the power rating required for their use. The higher the power the thicker the wire/cable. Uses of Wires Domestic & small industry Wiring in appliances Uses of Cable Small & big industries Distribution Lines Transmission lines
  • 3. Wires Various types of wires. 1.VIR wire:  It is called vulcanized insulation rubber wire. Copper & aluminum conductor and rubber coating are used in it. Now single & double braided wires are mostly in a use. But it has lower tensile strength, chemical reaction & bad insulation so it is not used.  suitable for: low & medium voltage supply only  old type: not readily available to purchase
  • 4. 2. CTS & TRS wire: It is called crab tyre sheath wire & tuff rubber sheath wire. Hard & good rubber coating on copper wire is used in this wire. Its used in house wiring & industrial wiring. Available in 250/440V only
  • 5. 3. Weather proof wire: No weather reaction , in this types of wire. Because it has cotton breeding with water proof. But it is flammable so no in use now. 4. LC wire: It is called lead covered wire. Lead pipe on rubber insulation & its coating on conductor. It is very good in moisture condition but less tensile strength so low uses now. 5. MICC wire : It is called mineral insulated copper covered wire. In this type wire copper conductor coated is with magnesium oxide. And After copper coating is coated on it. In case of moisture weather PVC coating (serving) is coated on its. It is uses in mines, factory, furnace, boiler, rolling mills etc. magnesium oxide is used for avoiding moisture problems.
  • 6. 6. PVC wire: It is called poly vinyl chloride wire. PVC coating on copper conductor so its so many advantages as follows. (a) High dielectric strength (b) High tensile strength (c) More defense against moisture (d) High life (e) No disturb in vibration Available in 600, 660, 1100 Voltage, Widely used Long life Durable against water, heat, oil, UV light
  • 7. Three Core Wire This is three core wire. It is pvc insulated wire. Its used for 1-phase. 1.Blue wire for Neutral (Returns current to power source) 2. Brown for live wire (Provides current to appliance) 3. Yellow wire for earth (Takes current to ground if appliance has fault) There is color code used for wiring &supply.
  • 8. CABLE STRUCTURE There is cable wire. Its Use for power transmit ion. 1- core 2- pvc insulation 3- oil duct 4- metallic screen 5- rubber insulation
  • 9. General construction & main parts of cable      Core Insulation Metallic sheath Bedding Armouring Metallic Sheath: A power cable is an assembly of two or more electrical conductors, usually held together with an overall sheath. The assembly is used for transmission of electrical power. Armouring: Armoured cable is the name given to any electrical cable constructed with a layer of aluminium wire armour or steel wire armour. The armour sits below the sheath of the cable to provide protection for the conductor and insulating layers. Bedding: Cable bedding compounds are mainly used in multiconductor cables, filling the spaces between conductors and making the cable round.
  • 10. Classification of Cables Type of insulation 1. Cotton covered 2. Silk coated 3. Asbestos covered 4. Rubber coated 5. PVC coated Type of conducting material 1. Copper 2. Aluminum
  • 11. Shape 1. Flat 2. Round Mechanical Protection 1. Unarmored 2. Armored Voltage Rating 1. Low voltage cable.(1000V) 2. High voltage cable.(11KV) 3. Super tension cable.(upto 132kV) 4. Extra high tension.(132kV and more) 5. Ultra high voltage cables(400kV and more)
  • 12. Grading of cables The voltage gradient is maximum at the surface of the conductor and minimum at the inner surface of the sheath (i.e., the stress decreases from conductor surface to sheath). This causes breakdown in the insulation. For avoiding this breakdown, it is advisable to have more uniform stress distribution throughout the dielectric. The process of achieving uniform distribution in dielectric stress is called the grading of cables.
  • 13. S.W.G. (standard wire gauge) Introduction A Instrument which is use for measure Cross Area (gauge) of wire Various uses of wire gauge • To measure Cross area of wire • To measure gauge
  • 14. Cable Termination  When a cable enters into an accessory its called a termination or Cable termination is the process of connecting power cables up to the final equipment or the upstream circuit breaker.  Thimble or terminals must be used at termination points, where thimble is the termination point which can be connected to the source or load.  These must be as mechanically & electrically strong as the conductor or device which it is used.
  • 15. Cable Safety  Weather Proof  Rust proof  Free from wear and tear  Armoured  Good insulation
  • 16. DIFFERENT TYPES OF JOINTS     Britannia Joint Straight Joint Tee Joint Western Union Joint 1. Britannia Joint : The Britannia joint is a form of electrical joint used for bare overhead wires where great tensile strength is required. The two wires are each tinned, and then each have a short shoulder bent in them, and are then bound together with tinned wire before the whole is soldered.
  • 17. 2. Straight Joint  The braiding is cut back to a distance of about 6 inches, and a shoulder is neatly formed with a sharp knife. The rubber insulation is also cut back and neatly tapered to a conical form about 1 1/2 inch in length. The copper wires are separated for a length of about 2 inches from the end, and carefully cleaned with emery cloth. The remainder of the exposed copper wires are twisted tightly together, and the central strand is cut out as close as possible to the point where the strands commence to separate.
  • 18. 3. T Joint  When a tee joint is to be made in single wires, about 2 inches of the main cable and 2 inches of the branch cable are bared, the insulating material being treated as before described. The wires are cleaned, and about 1 inch of the branch is wound round the main cable, and soldered to it at the extreme end.
  • 19. 4. Western Union Joints The wires are crossed positioned to make a long twist or bend in each wire. One end of the wire is wrapped and then the other end four or five times around the straight portion of each wire The ends of the wires are pressed down as close as possible to the straight portion of the wire.
  • 20. 5. Married Joint  The married joint is an electrical joint used for joining multi-strand cables. The wires are unstranded, then interlaced with the wires of the other cable, and then married (twisted) together before finally being soldered.
  • 21. Signs and Symbols Introduction: In electrical, so many signs & symbols are used for drawing electrical circuits also use for short identification. Different types of sign & symbols used in Electrical Engineering. 1) A.C. = ~ 2) D.C. = 3) Power = w 4) Voltage = v 5) Current = I 6) Resistance = R 7) Inductor = L
  • 22. Ohm’s Law For a fixed metal conductor, the temperature & other conditions remaining constant the current (I) through it is proportional to the potential difference (V) between its ends Equation , I=V/R I=current , V=voltage and R=resistance Applications of Ohm’s Law By using Ohm's law, you are able to find the resistance of a circuit, knowing only the voltage and the current in the circuit. In any equation, if all the variables (parameters) are known except one, that unknown can be found.
  • 23. Concept of Electric Circuit  An electric circuit is formed by interconnecting components having different electric properties.  A collection of devices such as resistors and sources in which terminals are connected together by connecting wires is called an electric circuit. These wires converge in nodes, and the devices are called branches of the circuit.  Components of electric circuit 1. Resistance 2. Voltage or Current Sources 3. Wires
  • 24. Series and Parallel Circuits  Series circuits  A series circuit is a circuit in which resistors are arranged in a chain, so the current has only one path to take. The current is the same through each resistor. The total resistance of the circuit is found by simply adding up the resistance values of the individual resistors:  equivalent resistance of resistors in series : R = R1 + R2 + R3 + ...
  • 25.  Parallel circuits  A parallel circuit is a circuit in which the resistors are arranged with their heads connected together, and their tails connected together. The current in a parallel circuit breaks up, with some flowing along each parallel branch and re-combining when the branches meet again. The voltage across each resistor in parallel is the same.  The total resistance of a set of resistors in parallel is found by adding up the reciprocals of the resistance values, and then taking the reciprocal of the total:  equivalent resistance of resistors in parallel: 1 / R = 1 / R1 + 1 / R2 + 1 / R3 +...
  • 26. Mixed Circuits  Resistor circuits that combine series and parallel resistors networks together are generally known as Resistor Combination or mixed resistor circuits. The method of calculating the circuits equivalent resistance is the same as that for any individual series or parallel circuit and hopefully we now know that resistors in series carry exactly the same current and that resistors in parallel have exactly the same voltage across them.

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