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# Electrical Engineering Basics

Test your knowledge of basic electrical engineering with this quiz on Electrical Network in the ECE-2105 module. Assess your understanding of passive elements, resistors, inductors, capacitors, voltage sources, and current sources.

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Passive element

### What type of element conducts current in both directions with the same magnitude?

Bilateral element

Linear circuit

### What are examples of active elements in an electrical network?

<p>Voltage and current sources, generators</p> Signup and view all the answers

### Which element allows conduction of current in only one direction?

<p>Unilateral element</p> Signup and view all the answers

### Match the following electrical elements with their definitions:

<p>Passive Element = Receives energy and converts it into heat or stores it in an electric or magnetic field Active Element = Supplies energy to the circuit Bilateral Element = Conducts current in both directions with the same magnitude Unilateral Element = Conducts current in one direction</p> Signup and view all the answers

### Match the following electrical elements with their examples:

<p>Passive Element = Resistor, Inductor, Capacitor Active Element = Voltage source, Current source, Generators Bilateral Element = Resistance, Inductance, Capacitance Unilateral Element = Diode, SCR</p> Signup and view all the answers

### Match the following terms with their definitions:

<p>Electrical Network = Combination of various electric elements connected in any manner Linear Circuit = Roughly defined as a circuit that is linear General-purpose programming = Python Client-side scripting for web applications = JavaScript</p> Signup and view all the answers

## Study Notes

### Electrical Elements

• Resistors convert energy into heat or store it in an electric or magnetic field.

### Types of Conductors

• Conduction in both directions with the same magnitude is a characteristic of linear elements.

### Circuit Classification

• A linear circuit is roughly defined as one that is linear.

### Active Elements

• Examples of active elements in an electrical network include batteries, transistors, and operational amplifiers.

### Unidirectional Conduction

• Diodes allow conduction of current in only one direction.

### Electrical Elements and Definitions

• Resistors: convert energy into heat or store it in an electric or magnetic field
• Linear Elements: conduct current in both directions with the same magnitude
• Active Elements: supply energy to a circuit, examples include batteries, transistors, and operational amplifiers
• Diodes: allow conduction of current in only one direction

### Electrical Elements and Examples

• Resistors: e.g., light bulb, heating coil
• Linear Elements: e.g., copper wire, resistors
• Active Elements: e.g., batteries, transistors, operational amplifiers
• Diodes: e.g., rectifier diodes, LED lights

### Key Terms and Definitions

• Linear: a circuit or element that is linear in nature
• Active: an element that supplies energy to a circuit
• Unidirectional: allowing conduction of current in only one direction

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