Electrical circuits and systems, Electrical Engineering

 Electrical circuits and systems:

Electrical systems allow energy to be conveniently delivered from the point of supply to the point of application - e.g. electric railways, car electrical systems, the 'more electric aircraft'.

  • Electrical systems are easily monitored and controlled - e.g. car engine management systems.
  • Electrical systems offer increased efficiency -e.g. electric hybrid cars.
  • Electrical systems offer remote sensing by radio transmission of data - e.g. satellites, deep space probes, remotely piloted vehicles.
  • All these mean that engineers need to have a basic understanding of electrical systems

 

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