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Electrician's Handbook: The Professionals' Guide Application

O Electrician's Handbook is an application for mobile devices that offers complete resources so you can master the fundamentals of electrical engineering, with complete information about the area.

As soon as you download it, you will be able to find the theory of electricity, circuit diagrams, calculators and even tests, which can be taken as soon as you are ready to prove your knowledge.

If you are interested in updating or improving your knowledge in the field of electrical engineering, this app is for you, so read on and learn much more about it.

What you will learn: Electrician's Manual

Understanding the fundamentals of electricity is essential for an electrician. Knowing this, the application Electrician's Handbook was developed by SergeryV Apps & Handbooks, where the subjects below are covered:

Basic Theory about Electricity

Electricity is the set of phenomena associated with the presence and flow of electrical charges. It is mainly characterized by quantities such as electric current, electric voltage and resistance.

Electrical current, measured in amps, is the ordered flow of charged particles through a conductor, while electrical voltage, measured in volts, refers to the electrical potential difference that drives the current.

The relationship between these quantities is described by Ohm's Law, a fundamental equation in electrical engineering that states: (V = IR), where V is the voltage, I is the current and R is the resistance.

Essential Electrical Components

Electrical components are the building blocks of any electrical circuit or system. They include resistors, capacitors, inductors, switches, sockets, and motors. Each one has a specific function:

  • Resistors: limit the electrical current within a circuit;
  • Capacitors: store energy in the form of an electric field;
  • Inductors: store energy in the form of a magnetic field and can attenuate current variations;
  • Switches: open or close electrical circuits, controlling the flow of electricity;
  • Sockets: access points for connecting electrical equipment to the power source;
  • Motors: convert electrical energy into mechanical energy.

Electrical Safety

Electrical safety is a critical area that aims to protect people and equipment from electrical-related accidents, such as electric shocks or short-circuit fires. Security measures include:

  • In-depth knowledge of electrical safety requirements.
  • Use of personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Installation of devices such as circuit breakers and fuses to prevent overloads.
  • Maintenance and periodic checking of electrical systems to identify and remedy potential risks.

No Electrician's Handbook, you will be able to find this and much other important information about the field of electrical engineering.

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