Electricity Voltage Current Resistance Series connection of Resistors Resistors in Parallel Resistors in a Mixed Connection Exercises The electrical resistance as a component Star Delta Transformation Practical Voltage and Current Sources, equivalent circuit diagram Source transformation – Voltage Source to Current Source or Current Source to Voltage Source Power of a real voltage source, power adjustment Capacitor to DC voltage Exercises Inductors in DC Circuits Inductors in Series and Parallel Alternating current Sinusoidal Waveform Construction Valor RMS Exercises Solução AC Inductive Circuits Exercises inductivity Three-phase Current Star Connection Delta-Connection Power in Star and Delta Three-Phase Power and Line values Exercises Solution Transformer Complex numbers Calculating with complex numbers Exercises complex numbers Complex numbers in electrical engineering Videos electrical engineering YouTube Learnchannel Part 1: Checkbox tasks - only one is right at a time! A 50 µF and an 80 µF capacitor are connected in series. What is the resulting capacity? C_{Res} = 120 µF C_{Res} = 30 µF C_{Res} =30 mF C_{Res} = 130 µF C_{Res} = 30,77 µF A 50 µF and an 80 µF capacitor are connected in parallel. What is the resulting capacity? C_{Res} = 30 µF C_{Res} = 120 µF C_{Res} = 30,77 µF C_{Res} = 130 µF C_{Res} = 30 mF What is the time constant Ƭ in this series connection shown? RC in series Ƭ = 20 ms Ƭ = 0,2 s Ƭ = 96 ms Ƭ = 2 s Ƭ = 0,96 s Loading … < Previous Page | Next Page >