Three Phase Electricity Basics and Calculations electrical engineering

Hey there, guys. Paul here from In this video, we’re going to be learning more about three phase electricity. We’ll cover how three phases are generated, how we get two voltages from a three phase system, what do cycle and hertz mean, where the sine wave comes from, and how to calculate the voltages. […]

Basics of Electricity and Electronics #2 | Resistance and equivalent resistances | Electricity 101

Greetings and welcome to practical ninjas. In this video, we will be learning about resistors. Resistors are passive components that are widely used in electrical and electronic circuits. But what is exactly a resistor or resistance? Resistance as the name suggests is something that opposes flow of current. Resistance of a conductor can be calculated […]

AP Physics 1: Electricity Review

mr.p: Good morning. Today we’re going to review the electricity topics covered on the AP Physics 1 exam. Bo: Hey guys. Billy: Hey Bo. Bobby: Hi Bo. ♫ Flipping physics ♫ mr.p: Unlike electrostatics where charges were stationary, electricity deals with moving charges. The AP Physics 1 curriculum deals mostly with charges moving on a […]

How Three Phase Electricity works – The basics explained

hey there guys Paul here from the engineering mindset .com in this video we’re going to be looking at Three phase electricity and this follows on from our series on Electrical Engineering so if you haven’t watched the previous videos on this so far then please do this first links are in the video description […]

Don’t Mix Electricity And Water!

Basic Electricity – Resistance and Ohm’s law

In this video I’m going to talk about electrical resistance, ohm’s law, and how to pick a resistor to limit current in an LED circuit. In previous videos I talked about how voltage can behave like a pushing force, pushing electric current around a circuit. But in one example I connected an LED straight to […]

Basic Electricity – Power and watts

Today I’m going to talk about watts and electrical power. In my previous video about voltage, I talked about how amperes is the number of coulombs flowing per second, and volts is the number of joules of energy transferred for each coulomb of charge that flows. I had an example set up where I had […]

How ELECTRICITY works – working principle

hey there guys Paul here from the engineering mindset dot com in this video we are going to be looking at how electricity works now this is pretty essential knowledge for any engineer so we’ll run through the basic parts of what you need to know so let’s start at the very basics and for […]

How to Make a Shunt Current Sense Resistor

Hi, I want to make a *beep* I said shunt! I want to make a *shunt* current sense resistor. Basically the way we measure current is by converting it into voltage passing it through a known resistor which we call a shunt and so the current is the measured voltage divided by the known resistance. […]