Coulomb's Law

Coulomb’s Law Statement and Explanation

Two electrically charged bodies or simply two electrical charges either attract or repulse each other. Whether they will attract or repulse depends on the nature of charges they hold. If the charges are opposite, they … Read more

Voltage Stress

Breakdown Voltage and Dielectric Strength

Before discussing the concept about the breakdown voltage and dielectric strength we need to recall our basic knowledge of insulators. Electrically, there are three types of material available. These are conductors, semiconductors, and insulators. A … Read more

Gauss’s Theorem or Gauss’s Law

When an arbitrary closed surface encloses a certain quantity of charge in it, the surface integral of electric intensity will be that enclosed charge divided by permittivity of the medium. This is the Gauss’s law … Read more

Electric Flux and Faraday’s Tubes

When we consider an arbitrary closed curve in an electric field and we draw lines of force at all the points on the curve, we get an imaginary tube. We refer to this tube as … Read more

Equations of Poisson and Laplace

We are the equations of Poisson and Laplace for solving the problems related the electrostatic. These equations help to solve mainly, the problem in concern with the space change. Space Change For example, the space … Read more