# Electrical Law Archive

## Kirchoff’s Voltage law

Kirchoff’s voltage law is about the EMF and voltage in a closed circuit or a closed loop and may be stated as under “In any closed electrical circuit the algebraic sum of all the electromotive force(e.m.f) and voltage drop in a resistor is equal ...Read More

## Kirchoff’s current law

Kirchoff’s current law is related to the current at the junctions of an electric circuit and maybe state as under “The sum of all currents meeting at a Junction in an electric circuit is zero  ∑I=0 “  A junction is a point in a ...Read More

## What is Kirchoff’s laws?

What is Kirchoff’s Laws?Sometime we face a circuits where simplification by series and parallel combination are not possible and also ohm’s law can not applied to solve such circuits. This happen when there is more than one EMF in the circuit or when  resistor ...Read More

## What is Coulomb’s Law?

What is Coulomb’s Law?Coulomb law was firstly published by Charles  Augustin de Coulomb in 1785.The  apparatus used in finding coulomb law is known as Torsion Balance .By the use of Torsion Balance we can accurately measure the  force and distance between the two charges. ...Read More

## What is Law of electrostatics?

Law of electrostatic comprise two laws First Law: Similar charge of electricity repel each other ,whereas dissimilar or unlike charges attract each other. Second law : The force exerted by two point charges Is directly proportional to the product of their strengths Is inversely ...Read More

## What is Lenz’s Law

What is Lenz’s Law .Lenz’s Law was deduced in 1834 by Russian Physicist name Heinrich Lenz(1804-1865) and according to Lenz’s Law “The direction of current in a conductor by changing magnetic field  (according to Faraday Law of induction)is such that the magnetic field  created ...Read More

## What is Faraday Law of Induction

Faraday Law  which is the fundamental law of electromagnetism demonstrating how a magnetic field will interact with an electric field to produced electromotive force (EMF) and this phenomenon is called electromagnetic induction In 1831, Micheal Farady formulated two laws on the basis of their ...Read More

## what is Ohm’s Law

There is a lot of  materials which contain some ‘free’ electrons which can move in response to an applied electric field. We can move these charge carriers through the material by attaching a pair of metal wires and applying a voltage between them. Ohm’s ...Read More

## Fleming Right hand and Right hand Rule Rule

Fleming Rule is used to find the direction of motion and current in motor and Generator respectively The history of Fleming rule were originated by John Ambrose Fleming in the late 19th century. As a simple way its is used to find out the  ...Read More

## Fleming’s Left hand rule

what is Fleming’s left hand rule?According to Fleming’s left hand rule When a current carrying conductor is placed inside a magnetic field ,a force act on the conductor ,in a direction perpendicular to both the direction of current and magnetic field To determine the ...Read More