## Complex Locus of RLC Networks

Complex Locus of RLC Networks: Complex Locus of RLC Networks - The network function G(s) or H(s) can be impedance function or an admittance function hence referred as immitance function.…

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## Root Locus Plot

Root Locus Plot: In the electrical drives employing closed loop control techniques, it is often necessary to investigate the effects of changing the parameters of the system on its stability.…

## Frequency Domain Analysis in Network Analysis Articles

Frequency Domain Analysis in Network Analysis Articles: Bode Plot in Network Analysis : The Bode Plot in Network Analysis is a popular method to obtain the frequency response of the…

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## Network Analysis and Synthesis Articles

Network Analysis and Synthesis Articles: This Network Analysis and Synthesis Articles which includes the following topics: Network Terminology Classification of Electrical Network Circuit Elements Types of Energy Sources AC Fundamentals…

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## Z Transform Interview Questions and Answers

Z Transform Interview Questions and Answers: 1. Define the z-transform. Ans. The z-transform of a discrete-time signal x(n) is defined as where z is a complex variable. In polar form…

## Differential Protection Relay in Power System

Differential Protection Relay in Power System: A Differential Protection Relay in Power System scheme compares quantities derived from the input and output currents of the protected circuit in such a…

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## Power Swings in Power System Protection

Power Swings in Power System Protection: The impedance measured or seen by a distance relay during normal load is shown in Fig. (5.29). Normally this would be outside the tripping…

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## Parabolic Antenna

Parabolic Antenna: The Parabolic Antenna is a plane curve, defined as the locus of a point which moves so that its distance from another point (called the focus) plus its…