Maxwell Inductance Capacitance Bridge for Measurement of Inductance – Electronic Measurement

17 comments on “Maxwell Inductance Capacitance Bridge for Measurement of Inductance – Electronic Measurement”

  1. Chandan Verma says:


  2. AVIRAJ Walunj says:

    Maam but in capacitor it is lagged by 90

  3. Nitish Kumar says:

    Anderson bridge..lecture..

  4. Ganesh Langi says:

    Nice explained mam

  5. Nikhil Chourasiya says:

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    Thanks mam

  6. Dharmaraju Merugu says:

    Nice lecture mam
    I understand clearly
    Thankyou mam

  7. Naitik Singh says:

    Bhai mam it a acha padha rhi h… nhi band hone chahiye

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  9. Alex Zeus says:

    Mam why we won't consider J in voltage drop across inductance as because J is itself e phasor?? If anybody knows reply would be great help

  10. Shashank chinnu says:

    I have a doubt in the Balance equation of impedances, in the class of MEASUREMENT OF INDUCTANCE BY THE MAXWELL'S INDUCTANCE BRIDGE, you wrote Z1 for a to b, Z3 for b to c, Z2 for a to d and Z4 for c to d. the equation is correct Z1.Z4 = Z2.Z3. but in this class, you wrote differently Z1 for a to b, Z2 for b to c, Z3 for a to d and Z4 for c to d.
    will it affect the equation? or is there any reason you took like that?

    Thank YOU 🙂

  11. Dk Singh says:

    #myopinion. Thank you mam for this video

  12. Jaya Tripathi says:

    Mam videos on other ac bridges are not available . please provide videos on other ac bridges

  13. Punith V H Shantha says:

    Good explanation,,but simultaneously can you explain the characteristics of both inductance and capacitive bridge..

  14. jai bharat says:

    your channel is helping me so many times

  15. satyamanikanta potti says:

    very clearly explained

  16. harshit nema says:

    Are koi AC chala do yar..😉🔥

  17. VISHNU S KUMAR says:

    Its not voltage lags…..its the current lag/lead voltage….If u r saying about a single phase supply, the sinusoidal voltage has a fixed phase angle and the phase angle of current will be changed according to the characteristics of components used in the circuit…but if u say about 3 phase, there can be a phase shift between each line voltages…..

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