Micrometer (Screw Gauge): Working Principle, Least Count, Parts and Units

The micrometer is also known as the micrometer screw gauge and is used to measure the dimensions particularly linear dimensions of the objects. It is used to measure the outside diameter, thickness, and length of solid objects. Parts of the Micrometer First of all, we will check the parts of the micrometer and will understand … Read more

Vernier Caliper: Diagram, Least Count, Formula

Vernier Caliper is a measuring instrument that is used to take the dimensions of objects whether the dimension is linear or measuring the diameter of round objects. Vernier Caliper is invented by French mathematician Pierre Vernier in 1631. The main use of the vernier caliper over the main scale is to get precise and accurate measurements. … Read more

Ohm’s Law- Definition, Formula, Examples

Ohm’s law is a formula that states the relationship between Voltage ‘V’, Current ‘I’, and Resistance ‘R’ in an electric circuit. It is one of the important and most basic laws of electrical circuits. Before proceeding further in detail with Ohm’s Law, we ought to understand the three important terms that are Voltage, Current, and … Read more

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