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Basic Electricity Handbook Volume 1 - $5.99

Our 100+ page e-book is great for students of all ages who have a basic interest in the field of electricity.

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CAD 5.99

7.18MB PDF File

This 100+ page e-book is a great guide for those who have a basic interest in the field of electricity. This well-illustrated e-book, coupled with some basic knowledge of electricity, will give you a broad theoretical background in this fundamental subject.

This e-book is ideal for students of all ages who are seeking a basic reference material for their school projects and general interest. This e-book is easy to read and understand and easy to download.

You need no prior knowledge of electricity to gain a broad and deep understanding with this e-book. To assure practicality, the problems are presented in terms of commonly used voltages and current ratings, and they cover circuits and equipment typical of those found in today's electrical systems.

Numerous easy-to-follow examples illustrated with diagrams demonstrate the fundamentals of electricity, how it works, how it is generated, who invented it, and how it is used in the home, along with a section on energy-saving tips.

Our Basic Electricity e-book also comes with an Overview and Review and a Quiz to test the principles demonstrated in this e-book.

CONTENTS:

FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY
Introduction
Electricity Tutorial
Magnetism & Electricity
Static Electricity
Dangers of Electricity


HOW DOES ELECTRICITY WORK?
Learning The Terms
Electrical Circuits
Circuit Connections
Electrical Resistance
Current Electricity

HOW IS ELECTRICITY GENERATED?
Introduction
Renewable Energy Sources
Nonrenewable Sources
Nuclear Energy Sources
Battery Power

WHERE DOES ELECTRICITY COME FROM?
Who Discovered Electricity?
Who Invented Electricity?

BASIC HOME WIRING
Roughing In a Residence
Electrical Code
220 & 240 Circuits
2 Wire & 3 Wire

ELECTRICITY FOR STUDENTS
Overview & Review
A Quick Test

ENERGY SAVING TIPS