...+ (a){-[(a)(-a)]}(a) + (b){-[(a)(-a)]}(a) At this point you can apply DeMorgan's Theorem -(ab) = (-a)+(-b) to get: (a)(-a)(a) + (b)(-a)( a) +...

...with SMD pads. It can be quite a pain. Heat from the top, and apply the desoldering pump tip sidewards. Quite easy. Then flux, and reheat all pads....

bar is thick i dont have idea about the force required to deflect it(not stretchable with hand).the bar is about 2 inches long and around 5 mm thick

What size, thickness, springiness does the bar have? About how much force do you need to apply to the end to deflect it, say, 1mm?

...transfer, it's just that the maximum power transfer theorem does not apply because part of the maximum power transfer theorem is a caveat that people...

...an eyebrow at all those resistors). It's just that the PCB trace layout doesn't apply directly to my perfboard, so I chose to do my own layout.

...can't get paid to travel for a few more months, funny. Maybe I'll go apply at Jimmy Johns and then Taco Bell, on purpose; just to illustrate to the...

...tests and what the outputs should be given those inputs. Then you apply the test inputs (often called test vectors) and see if the outputs are what...

...same sign in your KVL equation? Likewise for the inductances? And do the relative signs on the two sources make sense? Try to apply those thoughts

...it means constant current consumption and problems to turn on PMOS (apply 25 V on its gate). PMOS is turned on through 5R resistor. Do you know if...

...I would need 7500w at 120v to match the rated ohms... Does that math apply here? I know folks who have done this without incident, but I'm looking...

If you apply 16V to a 10V zener without limiting current it will fry.

It's not this easy in a polyphase system if you want accurate results under all conditions. My Electrical Engineers Handbook says: "Any reactive...

...a multiphase system. By choosing which voltage and which current you apply to the wattmeter's coils, you perform the same math, but the relationship...

...there are losses. The 'power factor' is one of the corrections we apply to determine real world conditions In the real world power in is ALWAYS more...

Hello friend bit old thread but thanks for sharing out the vital information..I am looking to get new panels so the details will help me lot.

...several samples before the load is applied to determine the slope. Apply the second load then take samples (throwing away the samples affected by...

...be transmission 2,3 & 7 and 4-5 and 6-8-20 jumpered. But the pin designations in this case cannot apply. Unless 4-5-6 H.S. are jumpered? Max.

...the top most node +20v and the center tap at +10v, so now when we apply the short across the bottom resistor we might say: 1. The tap is sourcing...

You only apply it once, but you need to radiate it twice with 2 transparencies; the first for the etching, and the second for removing the product...

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