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# Monthly Archives: July 2018

# Probability Basics for Engineering Mathematics IA

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# Electrotechniques Phasor Diagrams in RCL Circuits (video turorial)

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Included Topics:

> (1 of 82) Alternating Voltages

> (2 of 82) The Periodic Function

> (3 of 82) The Phase Angle

> (4 of 82) Adding Sinusoidals

> (5 of 82) Graphical Representation

> (6 of 82)Electrical Engineering: Ch 10 Alternating Voltage & Phasors (6 of 82) How to Interpret Sinusoidal Eqn

> (7 of 82) Adding Sinusoidal Functions

> (8 of 82) What is a Phasor?

> (9 of 82) Phasor Operations

> (10 of 82) Phasor Format of Sinusoidal

> (11 of 82) Phasor Equivalence

> (12 of 82) Time vs Phasor Domain

> (13 of 82) Phasor Transformation

> (14 of 82) Phasor of Deriv. & Integrals

> (15 of 82) Differences Summarized

> (16 of 82) Phasor Addition: Ex. 1

> (17 of 82) Phasor Addition: Ex. 2

> (18 of 82)Electrical Engineering: Ch 10 Phasors (18 of 82) Phasor Addition & Division NOTE S/B 38+j37

> (19 of 82) Phasor Addition of Voltages

> (20 of 82) Integrals & Deriv.: Ex. 1

> (21 of 82) Integrals & Derivatives Ex 2

> (22 of 82) Phasor Diagram for Resistors

> (23 of 82) Phasor Diagram for Inductors

> (24 of 82) Phasor Diagram, Capacitors

> (25 of 82) RCL V & I Relationship

> (26 of 82) RCL V=? & I=? – Inductor

> (27 of 82) RCL V=? & I=? – Capacitor

> (28 of 82) RCL V=? & I=? – Inductor: Ex

> (29 of 82) What is Impedance?

> (30 of 82) Impedance – Another Look

> (31 of 82) What is Admittance?

> (32 of 82) i=? & v=? in an RC Circuit

> (33 of 82) i=? & v=? in an RL Circuit

> (34 of 82) Z=? in a Series Circuit

> (35 of 82) Z=? in a Parallel Circuit

> (36 of 82) I1=? I2=? in 2 Parallel

> (37 of 82) I1=? I2=? I3=? in 3 Parallel

> (38 of 82) Delta to Y Conversion with Z

> (39 of 82) Y to Delta Conversion with Z

> (40 of 82) Z=? Parallel RCL Ex. 1

> (41 of 82) Z=? Parallel RCL Ex. 2

> (42 of 82) Z=? Parallel RCL Ex. 3

> (43 of 82) Z=? Parallel RCL Ex. 4

> (44 of 82) Z=? Parallel RCL Ex. 5

> (45 of 82) Z=? Bridge Circuit Ex. 1-1

> (46 of 82) Z=? Bridge Circuit Ex. 1-2

> (47 of 82) Z=? Bridge Circuit Ex. 2-1

> (48 of 82) Z=? Bridge Circuit Ex. 2-2

> (49 of 82) Phase Shifting Circuit P. 1

> (50 of 82) Phase Shifting Circuit P. 2

> (51 of 82) Design Phase Shifting P. 1

> (52 of 82) Design Phase Shifting P. 2

> (53 of 82) Adjust Phase Shiftor (Freq)

> (54 of 82) Adjust Phase Shiftor (Cap)

> (55 of 82) Adjust Phase Shiftor (Res)

> (56 of 82) 90deg Phase Shiftor?***

> (57 of 82) Phase Shifter w/ Inductor: 1

> (58 of 82) Phase Shifter w/ Inductor: 2

> (59 of 82) Phase Shifting Summarized

> (60 of 82) Find the Phase Shift

> (61 of 82) Find the Phase Shift

> (62 of 82) The AC Bridge Circuit

> (63 of 82) AC Bridge Circuit: Inductors

> (64 of 82) AC Bridge Circuit: Capacitor

> (65 of 82) AC Bridge Circuit: Ex 1

> (66 of 82) AC Bridge Circuit: Ex 2

> (67 of 82) V=? in AC Circuit: Part 1

> (68 of 82) V=? in AC Circuit: Part 2

> (69 of 82) Find Admittance=?

> (70 of 82) V=? Components: Part 1

> (71 of 82) V=? Components: Part 2

> (72 of 82) V=? Components: Part 3

> (73 of 82) Impedance=? Current=?

> (74 of 82) Impedance=?

> (75 of 82) Current=? in Load Resistor

> (76 of 82) Source Current=? (1)

> (77 of 82) Source Current=? (2)

> (78 of 82) Impedance=? (Part 1)

> (79 of 82) Impedance=? (Part 2)

> (80 of 82) Current=? in each Branch

> (81 of 82) Phs Shft=? Z1, Z2, Z3=? (1)

> (82 of 82) Phs Shft=? V1, V2, V0=? (2)

# Matrices Video Set for Engineering Mathematics IA

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# DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 1 – INTRODUCTION (video tutorial set 1)

In the first year of OUSL Syllabus, The Engineering Mathematics IA is a compulsory subject of all the students in the fields of civil, mechanical, mechatronic , computer and Textile engineering. in this subject this Differential Equation is very important Topic for Problem Solving on Modelling. in this Series of Videos are very easy to understand everyone.

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# FLUIDS STATICS AND DYNAMICS Video Note (54 videos)

*Index of video list*

*Index of video list*

- Pressure in a Fluid
- Gauge Pressure vs Total Pressure
- Force against a wall under the Water
- Pascal’s principal
- Barometer
- Pressure Gauge
- Buoyancy Force
- Archimedes’s Principal ( density of an object)
- Forces on submerged Surfaces
- Surface Tension
- Capillary Action
- Bernoulli’s Principal
- Viscosity and Fluid Flow
- Stokes Law
- Kinematic Viscosity
- Different types of Flows
- Object falling in a Fluid
- Terminal velocity
- Laminar Flow between Plates
- Poisseuille’s Law