Ohm’s Law II
The purpose of this experiment is to demonstrate how non-ohmic devices respond on a direct circuit. Furthermore, we also explored their behavior when they were connected in different configurations. In order to accomplished this we used a capacitor, diode, resistor, a
Measurement of Resistance and Ohm’s Law
Section : 04
Instructor’s Name : BERNA DÜNDAR
Experiment Date : 26/02/2014
Submission Date : 05/03/2014
Measurement of Resistance and Ohm’s Law
4. If we increase the temperature of a conductor, its resistance will increase. In a semiconductor, resistance will decrease as temperature increases.
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Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Chemical Engineering Process Laboratory I
Flow Measurement in Closed Conduit and
Centrifugal Pump Characteristics
Name : Ang Sok Gek
Kwan Woo Lee
Lab Report#1 Measurements in resistive networks and circuit laws laboratory
The purpose of this lab is to verify the Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws. As well as the introduction to the voltage division. The Ohm's Law states that the current throu
ZEIT 1206 DEC1 Lab Report 1
DC Circuits - Analysis and Design
Alexander Glover, z3422512
DC circuit analysis and design, play a massive role in electrical engineering and without the correct application of theory and practise in unison, nothing can be achieved in a true engineering se
Resistors & Ohm’s Law
In this lab, students were introduced to the field of electrical engineering. The objectives of the lab were to determine the resistance of a resistor using various methods and to also verify Ohm’s Law. In the lab, the students were instructed to cal
Physio Cardio Lab Report Answers
Activity 1 Questions:
1. Explain how the body establishes a pressure gradient for fluid flow.
Pressure gradient is the flow rate of a liquid through a pipe. This is directly proportional to the difference between the pressures at the two ends of the pipe an
Ohm’s Law is V = I * R or in some cases I = V / R. The next two laws were established by a German physicist by the name of Gustav Kirchhoff. Kirchhoff’s first law is his voltage law. Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL) states that around any loop in a circu
Voltage Divider Lab Report
Table Of Contents
The following report consists of test results gathered from the design and construction of a voltage divider. The divider was built with the purpose of reducing the power from 12V to 0V using different combinations of given r
Down the Hill Lab Report
Kinetic & Potential Energy
Name: Corinne Chen
Block: 1 – 3
Date: May 22nd, 2013
To investigate and compare the potential energy, kinetic energy and speed of a cart on a hill
Lab 3. Dc circuits and Ohm’s law of measurments
Tannaz Farnoudi and Najah Rouse
Professor Joe Renaud
The aim of this experiment was to understand the relationship between the variables of Ohm’s...
Road Safety Lab Report
Research Question: How is the stopping distance affect by the surface area of an object?
The Different Surface Area (0cm2, 1760cm2, 2480cm2, 3440cm2, 3920cm2)
The Charging of a Capacitor
“I am aware of the requirements of good academic practice and the potential for any breaches. I confirm that this report is all my own work.”
The transient voltage across a capacitor during the processes of charging and discharging is...
To determine the relationship between the length of eureka wire, and resistivity of the wire.
As the length of the wire increases, the resistance of the wire will increase.
Some materials have consistent resistance at the same temperature regardless of how much
 Set p the equipment as shown on the diagram.
 One meter length of wire is fixed to a one meter ruler.
 The first crocodile clip is clipped to the wire at the 0cm position on the one meter ruler.
 The second crocodile clip is clipped to the 10cm position.
Ohm's law states that the current through a conductor between two points is directly proportional to the potential difference or voltage across the two points, and inversely proportional to the resistance between them provided the temperature remains constant.