Computing Laboratory Report Title of Experiment: Series and Parallel Circuits Date Given: January 28, 2013 AIM: To investigate the circuits to tell whether the resistors are in parallel or in series also to determine the internal resistance of a 1.5V cell. THEORY: In this experiment it was expected of the experimenter to have a basic knowledge of circuits in both aspects theoretically and practically. A basic circuit comprises of a cell or power supply (some electric driving...
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Experiment 8: Series and Parallel Circuit Elements Laboratory Report Frenzyl Espinola, Anna Fermin, Loren Gabayeron, Kristal Fernandez Department of Math and Physics College of Science, University of Santo Tomas España, Manila Philippines Abstract The experiment is about the elements of series and parallel circuits. The laws on series and parallel resistors, as well as the color code for resistors were observed to calculate the total resistance. The proper connection for ammeter and...
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Page 1 of 5 Name: ______________________________ ECET 231 - Circuit Analysis I Lab 6 Series-Parallel DC Circuits Objective: Students successfully completing this lab will accomplish the following objectives: 1. Gain experience analyzing and verifying, by measurements, the characteristics of series-parallel resistive circuits. 2. Increase understanding of the relationship of voltage, current and resistance in a series-parallel circuit 3. Learn to compute currents through the use of voltmeter...
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Introduction My research is based on how Ohm’s law is derived and how it is used to solve problems in series and parallel connection and the resistance of a material. Ohm's Law shows the relationship between the voltage (V), current (I) and resistance (R). It can be written in three ways: V = I × R or I =V/R or R = V/I The resistance (R) of a material depends on Its length, cross-sectional area, The resistivity, and Resistance also depends on temperature, usually...
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Voltage and Current in Series and Parallel Circuits Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to investigate and prove Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws, through the use of parallel and series circuits. In a parallel circuit, the voltages at different loads remain constant with themselves and the battery, where the current at different loads add up to equal the total current of the battery. A series circuit proves the opposite; current remains constant, and the voltages being used at different...
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3. Series and parallel circuits serve different purposes in households 1. Identify the difference between series and parallel circuits Series is when the components line up after one another, thus there is only 1 path. In parallel there are multiple paths. Advantages of using parallel circuitry over series circuitry in household wiring include: * You can have some devices on and others off at the same time. * If one device fails the others still work. * All devices receive the...
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Title: Resistors in Series and Parallel Date: 17/7/05 Aim: The aim of this experiment is to compare the predicted and actual resistance in a circuit of resistor combinations in series and in parallel. Background: A resistor is an electrical component/device that has electrical resistance. Resistors can be used in electric circuits for protection of components, voltage division or current control. In an ideal resistor the resistance remains constant regardless of the applied voltage or current...
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Aim: To design a simple electrical circuit for Doctor's Surgery to let people know when to enter and also to research and learn more about parallel and series circuits. Introduction I am going to design an electric circuit for a Doctor's surgery. There are two types of circuit's Parallel circuit, and Series circuit. First I am going to explain what a circuit is and what the differences they have are. An electric current is a flow of charge. The charges are given energy and made of flow using...
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Series and Parallel Circuits Name:_____________________________________________ Directions: 1. Go to the following website: http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/circuit-construction-kit-ac-virtual-lab 2. Click “Run now.” You now have the raw material to create a circuit. Take a moment to look over the site and find all the different materials. To build a circuit you will need several wires, a light bulb, a voltage source, a voltmeter, and a non – contact...
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Series and Parallel Circuits Name: Angelica Castro Directions: 1. Go to the following website: http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/circuit-construction-kit-ac-virtual-lab 2. Click “Run now.” You now have the raw material to create a circuit. Take a moment to look over the site and find all the different materials. To build a circuit you will need several wires, a light bulb, a voltage source, a voltmeter, and a non – contact ammeter. Play with it to see how to grab and manipulate...
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Investigation on Capacitance and RC circuit Hamdy Hamdy Abdel Moneim Abdou, Jaime Lorenzo C. Olivares, and Karol Giuseppe A. Jubilo National Institute of Physics, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City Abstract This experiment is designed to further the understanding of the relationship between voltage, charge, and capacitance of capacitors. This also explains how values of effective capacitance for series and parallel combinations of capacitors are obtained...
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Lab 3. Dc circuits and Ohm’s law of measurments Helina Wolfe Tannaz Farnoudi and Najah Rouse Physics 246-205 Professor Joe Renaud 09/23/13 Word count:1453 Abstract: The aim of this experiment was to understand the relationship between the variables of Ohm’s law and how they are part of an operation of an electric circuit. Introduction: This experiment was done in two parts. The first part consisted of understanding how to determine the current, voltage and resistance...
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RC Circuits •In this presentation, circuits with multiple batteries, resistors and capacitors will be reduced to an equivalent system with a single battery, a single resistor, and a single capacitor. Kirchoff's laws will be stated, and used to find the currents in a circuit. In addition, the equation for the time-constant of an RC circuit will be derived. Ohm's Law When a battery is connected to a resistor, the battery will cause a current to flow through the resistor. The larger the voltage...
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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 circuit, the voltage rises must equal the voltage drops. The next law that Kirchhoff introduced was his current law. Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL) states that the total current entering a junction must equal the total current leaving the junction. These laws...
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Investigating Basic Circuits (DLB) Introduction What is an electrical circuit? How can you manipulate components and design a circuit that will do what you want it to? This guided activity will introduce you to some components, tools, and concepts that are fundamental in electronics. It will allow you to investigate and discover: What are voltage, current, and resistance? How are they related to one another? What are some of the basic components that make up simple circuits and what do they do?...
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Lab 4 – Series and Parallel DC Circuits PHY2049L Friday Lab 1:00 8th February, 2013 Introduction The purpose of this lab experiment is to test the predictions for current, voltage and resistance of the relationships of parallel and series circuits. The procedures strive to prove that the theoretical outcomes are consistent with the corresponding measured results. After setting up the closed circuits we want to test our own results into the equations...
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terminology Series Circuits Parallel Circuits Ohm’s Law and dc Circuits Simple Electrical Diagrams For single-source parallel networks, the source current (I ) is equal to the sum of the individual branch currents. s Is = I1 + I 2 For a parallel circuit, source current equals the sum of the branch currents. For a series circuit, the applied voltage equals the sum of the voltage drops. V V In this first example, we will calculate the amount of current (I) in a circuit, given...
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resistors in circuits with the help of circuit diagrams. 2. Write the formulae to calculate the effective resistances when resistors are connected (a) in series and (b) in parallel. 3. How is the total potential difference calculated across a combination of resistors in series? 4. Example 12.7 An electric lamp, whose resistance is 20 Ω, and a conductor of 4 Ω resistance are connected to a 6 V battery (Fig. 12.9). Calculate (a) the total resistance of the circuit, (b) the current...
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(RL) CIRCUIT TOM CARNEY Table of Contents 1. Introduction………………………………………………………………………………….Page 2 2. Theoretical Analysis………………………………………………………………………Page 3 3. Questions related to constructed circuit……………………………………….Page 5 4. Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………………….Page 6 5. Works cited……………………………………………………………………………………Page 6 6. Illustrations…………………………………………………………………………………….Page 7-8 Transient Analysis of a Resistor- Inductor (RL) Circuit ...
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Ohm’s law & resistors in parallel & in series Lab 4 Class: PHY 1434-E475 Due date: March, 13 20144 Group Names: Hisham Sageer Objectives: Our object is to confirm Ohm’s law by analyzing the dependence of the electrical current as a function of voltage and as a function of resistance. Also, we studied the current flow and voltage in series and parallel. Finally, the lab determined the equivalence resistance of series and parallel combination of resistors and...
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paper aims to validate the Kirchhoff’s rule by comparing and accounting for discrepancies between the calculated and measured values i.e. the current and the potential difference across a network of resistors. The experiment is done by creating a circuit with three resistors of varying resistances (1000Ω, 470Ω, & 250Ω) connected to two nine volt batteries. Using the DMM, the current and potential difference can be experimentally measured and via Kirchhoff’s first and second rule, the unknown values...
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Ohm's Law Series-Parallel Circuits Calculation To end up the discussion of Series-Parallel Circuits, I would like to post this last one remaining topic which is about Ohm's Law of Series-Parallel Circuits for currents and voltages. I did not even mentioned in my previous topics on how to deal with its currents and voltages regarding this type of circuit connection. Ohms Law in Series-Parallel Circuits Ohm's Law in Series-Parallel Circuits - Current The total current of the series-parallel...
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Voltage: Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's Rules ABSTRACT Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's rules is fundamental for the understanding of dc circuit. This experiment proves and show how these rules can be applied to so simple dc circuits. INTRODUCTION In the theory of Ohm's Law, voltage is simply proportional to current as illustrated in the proportionality, V=RI. As shown in this relation, V represent voltage which is the potential difference across the two ends of a electrical conductor and between which...
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Alexandria Hayford Honors Physical Science Instructor Durbin 03/06/15 3.03 Build Your Own Circuit Wokrsheet Part 1: Answer the following questions (20 points) 1. Name and describe the components needed to make a complete circuit. In order to make a complete circuit, you must include a voltage source and an unbroken path. The voltage source is typically a battery, and it is where the electric current is first created by the moving electrons. The unbroken path is generally made out of wire, and...
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houses parallel connections for the lights (the bulbs). We choose this subject because parallel connection is the best for houses. We will mention the equipment and the procedure of the circuit so it could be clearer. Also the energy that comes out is a renewable energy system. Introduction/Theory: parallel circuit: a closed circuit in which the current divides into two or more paths before recombining to complete the circuit. Conventional house wiring systems are made up of parallel circuits—it’s...
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built a basic circuit with two LED's and resistors in parallel. The results showed that the voltage is the same in parallel. The items that were in series had the same current. The results also showed that the current from each branch could be summed up to equal the total current from the source. The experiment also helped the student to see the voltage drop across the diode was almost the same each time. This lab showed the effects of current and voltage in a parallel circuit. This experiment...
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What are the laws of series resistors? Of parallel resistors? Are these laws verified in your experiment? Ohm’s Law - Ohm's law states that the voltage (V) across a resistor is proportional to the current (I), where the constant of proportionality is the resistance (R). Series and parallel resistors - The total resistance of resistors connected in series is the sum of their individual resistance values. The total resistance of resistors connected in parallel is the reciprocal of the...
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Yewande Adeniyi | 9/22/2011 | | PROCEDURE 1. Connect the ammeter A, the voltmeter V, and the power supply PS to the Resistance Box. The basic circuit supply is series with a resistor. To measure the current in the resistor, the ammeter is placed in series. To measure the voltage across the resistor, the voltmeter is placed in parallel. 2. Vary the current through resistor R1 in steps of .125A to .500A. For each specified value of the current, measure the voltage across the resistor...
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Electricity Circuit symbols Potential difference The energy which is delivered to an electric circuit comes from the supply. The greater the potential difference of the power supply the more energy is delivered. Potential difference is measured in volts, which has the unit symbol V. Cells in series The more chemical cells that are connected in series the greater the potential difference that they supply. The potential difference of a number of cells connected in series is the sum of each...
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resistive network by series-parallel circuits, the students will demonstrate the characteristics of series-parallel circuits by measuring and verifying the calculations of the resistance, voltage and current associated with the different resistive components of a series – parallel circuit. On this experiment, the students will also demonstrate the principle of basic electric circuit Law called Ohm’s Law as well as the use of basic principles involved in series, parallel and series-parallel. This experiment...
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Student Exploration Circuits Vocabulary ammeter, circuit, current, electron, ohmmeter, Ohms law, parallel circuit, resistance, resistor, series circuit, voltage Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) Strings of holiday lights can be designed in one of two ways. In some strings of lights, each light is connected to the others along a single wire (in series). In others, each light is attached to its own wire (in parallel). Suppose a single light bulb burns out. How do you think...
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1FORMAL REPORT # 1 Experiment # 7 Title: SERIES-PARALLEL CIRCUITS Date: 15/OCT/2014 Name: AMISH PATEL Student #: 000356107 Lab Partner’s Name: MANPREET SINGH Per item grading: 0 - Missing 1 - Unacceptable 2 - Satisfactory 3 - Very Good 4 - Excellent! Neatness & Presentation Detailed Calculations Spelling & Grammar Tables/Graphs/Diagrams Statement of Purpose Procedure Equipment List Conclusion Data/Results In-Class Work and Report Sheets Attached GRADE:...
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I. Title: Kirchhoff’s Law II. Objectives: To study the application of Kirchhoff’s Law to a D.C. network by comparing the observed and the computed values of the currents in the circuit. III. Apparatus: Resistance Module, 1pc. Battery of two cells (3 volts), 1pc. Dry cell (1.5 volts), Multitester, 4 pairs connectors IV. Procedure with Experimental Setup: Part A. 1.) The apparatus was arranged as in diagram 1. The switches were left open until it is checked...
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experiment was performed to determine the transformation of delta to wye networks and wye to delta networks. It is easily to determine the transformation of networks using the formula of delta and wye connection. II. Introduction Standard 3-phase circuits or networks take on two major forms with names that represent the way in which the resistances are connected, a wye connected Network which has the symbol of the letter, Υ (wye) and a Delta connected Network which has the symbol of a triangle, Δ...
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supplied to the water by the heater. Assuming no heat losses, what is the final mean temperature of the water? (it takes 4185J to raise the temperature of 1 liter of water through 1oC) 7. A circuit delivers energy at the rate of 15W and the current is 13A. Determine the energy of each coulomb of charge in the circuit. 8. A current of 5 A flows in a resistor of resistance 32 . Determine the rate of heat dissipation and also the heat dissipated in 15 s. 9. A motor gives an output power of 20 kW and...
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Abstract: The investigation involved testing the factors of pencil lead length, cross-sectional area, temperature and lead type to find out how they affected pencil resistance. The hypothesis was proven as the length (series circuit) graph was exponential and the area (parallel circuit) graph was that of a power function. Higher clay based pencils (2H) had higher resistance to that of higher graphite based pencils (6B), and temperature did not greatly affect the resistance. The reasons as to why diamond...
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electric circuit. How much Charge flows past a point in the circuit in 20s? 11) What is the current strength through a light bulb if 360C of charge flows through the bulb in 20 min? 12) A current of 4 A moves through a resistor. How long will it take for the charge of 480C to move through it? 13) 14) 4Ω 4Ω 4Ω 1.5 V 14) 1.5V 13.1) What is the total current strength in the above circuit? 4Ω ...
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currents entering a node is equal to zero. 2. What is the equation for the total current in a parallel circuit? It= I1+I2+I3…. 3. Determine the total current in the following nodes. 1) It= 2mA+4mA+6mA= 0.012x10^-3=12mA 2) I + I1+I3= I2 I= 2mA+4mA= 1mA I= 1mA- 6mA I= -5mA 4. Determine the total current in the following circuit. It= I1+I2+I3= 10mA+20mA+40mA= 0.07 x 10^-3= 70mA 5. If VS = 10 V in the circuit above, what are the following voltages? R1= V/I= 10V/10mA= 1000 x 10^3= 1kΩ ...
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of each length. Plan In this investigation, a simple circuit will be set up to read the voltage and current when the length of the wire changes. The length will range from 10cm-80cm with intervals of 10cm. The length of the wire will be changed by moving the crocodile clip across the wire and checking the measurements with a ruler. The circuit should be set up as in the circuit diagram (as attached). The voltmeter should be set up parallel to the ammeter. The readings from the ammeter and voltmeter...
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1. Parallel circuits have only one path for current. ( T / F ) 2. The total resistance in a parallel circuit is always greater than the lowest-value branch resistor. (T / F ) 3. The voltage across all components in parallel is equal. ( T / F ) 4. The total current entering a junction may be different from the total current leaving the junction. (T / F ) 5. A parallel circuit is sometimes called a current divider. (T / F ) 6. IF two equal resistors are connected in parallel, they...
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44. Why do you never apply an ohmmeter to a live network? (Boylestad 98) Boylestad, Robert L. Introductory Circuit Analysis, VitalSource for DeVry University, 12th Edition. Pearson Learning Solutions, 11/2012. VitalBook file. Answer: It will be an inaccurate measurement because there is already a current flowing inside of it. An ohmmeter measures the current from the voltage that’s been being put out. So by applying an ohmmeter to a live network it will have an confusion between the...
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Week 4 Practice Problems Chapter 4 Series Circuits 11. Determine the potentiometer setting needed to set the current in Figure 4.33a to 18 mA. I1= Vs/R1= 10V/470Ω= 0.02127 x 10^-3= 21mA I2= It(I1)= 18mA(21mA)= 0.000378 x 10^-6= 378µA R2= Vs/I2= 10V/378µA= 26455 x 10^3= 26.455kΩ 12. Determine the potentiometer setting needed to set the current in Figure 4.33b to 27 mA. I1= Vs/R1 = 30V/750Ω = 0.04 x 10^-3= 40mA I2= It(I1)= 27mA(40mA)= 0.00108 x 10^-3= 1.08mA R2= Vs/I2= 30V/1...
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history about Ohm Kirchoff's current and voltage laws Ohm's law Circuit analysis example Bibliography A little bit about the life and times of Gustav Robert Kirchoff: Gustav Robert Kirchoff was a German physicist born on March 12, 1824, in Konigsber, Prussia. Gustav Kirchoff's first research topic was on the conduction of electricity. As a result of this research, Kirchoff wrote the Laws of Closed Electric Circuits in 1845. These laws were eventually named after their author, which...
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Theory: Thevenin theorem states that any linear two-terminal circuit can be replaced by an equivalent circuit consisting of a voltage source VTH in series with a resistance RTH where * VTH is the open-circuit voltage at the terminals, and * RTH is the equivalent resistance seen thru the terminals provided that all the independent sources are turned off. Finding VTH: Determining the output voltage Vab in open-circuit condition (no load resistor meaning infinite resistance). This is...
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Series-Parallel Combinations Many "real life"circuits are a combination of elements in series and parallel. It is not possible to solve these circuits by direct application of these basic rules. However, adding some simple procedures for reducing the circuit to a simple series or parallel circuit will allow us to solve most circuits of interest. The basic procedure is to use a step-by-step process of replacing combinations of elements that are in simple series or parallel with the equivalent single...
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Week 5 iLab #1 Parts: Breadboard DC Power Supply Hand Held DMM Test leads Wire 100 Ω resistor, 120 Ω resistor, 220 Ω resistor, 330 Ω resistor 1. Identify each of these circuits. 2. Given the circuit below, calculate the values listed below. IT: _64mA__ IA: __18.18mA____ IB: __45.45mA__ VR1: _3.99V___ VR2: __5.99V__ VR3: _5.45V___ VR4: __4.54V___ Ra= R1+R2= 220Ω+330Ω= 550Ω Rb=R3+R4= 120Ω+100Ω= 220Ω Ia= Vs/Ra= 10V/550Ω= 0.01818...
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DC Circuits: Electric Power PHY 114 Lab Report 10/09/2013 Abstract: The purpose of this experiment was to look at electric power dissipated in a load resistor in a circuit with a real power source, which has a finite internal resistance. We discover a surprising result about how to deliver the most power to a device from a source. Consider a simple circuit in which a battery of voltage drives a current through a resistor of resistance. As we have seen, the battery is continuously doing...
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Cells in series and in parallel Cells in Series When cells are connected in series with each other and they are all connected in the same direction the total potential difference supplied to the circuit is the individual potential differences added together. Vtotal = V1 + V2 + V3 Identical cells in parallel with each other When identical cells are in parallel with each other the total potential difference supplied to the circuit is equal to the potential difference of just one of the...
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I. INTRODUCTION : Series-Parallel Connection is also known as the combined resistive circuits. This is the combination of series circuit and parallel circuit. Series circuit can be described as a circuit with only one path for charges to move along. This was also the common circuit connection in most rural areas. On the other hand, Parallel circuit can be described as circuit with multiple paths intended for charges to flow freely. This type of circuit connection was used in most urban areas...
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Electric Circuits Fundamentals - Floyd © Copyright 2007 Prentice-Hall Chapter 4 Series circuits Summary All circuits have three common attributes. These are: 1. A source of voltage. 2. A load. 3. A complete path. VS + R3 R1 R2 A series circuit is one that has only one current path. R1 R1 R2 R3 VS R3 R2 VS R1 R2 R3 VS Electric Circuits Fundamentals...
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role do the “green dots” in the resistor play in the sim? What do you think they represent? What does this tell you about the effect of resistors in a circuit? The green dots in the resistor work in the simulation to slow the flow of current through the system. The green dots represent the resistance to current flow. This tells us that in a circuit resistance works to impede the flow of current. The more resistance the slower or less the amount of current that is able to flow through the system...
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its V vs. I is not a straight line. VI-3 For resistors in series Expect Req= RA+RB+RC+RD = 145.21+214.9+385.6+907.5 Ω = 1653.21 Ω σReq=σRA +σRB +σRC +σRD =0.01+0.01+0.01+0.01=0.04Ω Calculated Rcalc= 5.662/(3x10-3) = 1887.3 Ω =315Ω Measured Rm=1492±1Ω The measured and the expected resistances Rm and Req are included in the range of calculated resistance. VI-4 For resistors in parallel Expect Req=65.64Ω σReq=σRA +σRB +σRC +σRD =0...
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applied across the ends of a second heater wire having a cross-sectional area A and length 2L. Which wire gets hotter? (a) the shorter wire, (b) the longer wire, or (c) more information is needed. 6. Two resistors, A and B, are connected in a series circuit with a battery. The resistance of A is twice that of B. Which resistor dissipates more power? (a) resistor A (b) resistor B (c) More information is needed. Quick Quizzes - ANSWER ...
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complete circuit. A complete circuit requires a battery, wires and a light bulb. 2. Compare and contrast a series and parallel circuit. Give at least one way that they are alike and one way that they are different. Both series and parallel circuits must have all the components of a complete circuit in order to work. These two circuits differ in the way the electrons are able to flow. In a series circuit the electrons flow in one direction and along one path only while in a parallel circuit the electrons...
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Name: Period: Circuits-Circuit Analysis Base your answers to questions 1 through 3 on the information and diagram below. 4. A 9-volt battery is connected to a 4-ohm resistor and a 5-ohm resistor as shown in the diagram below. A 3.0-ohm resistor, an unknown resistor, R, and two ammeters, A1 and A2, are connected as shown with a 12-volt source. Ammeter A2 reads a current of 5.0 amperes. What is the current in the 5-ohm resistor? 1. 1.0 A 2. 1.8 A 3. 2.3 A 4. 4.0 A 1. Determine the equivalent...
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Week 2-4 Chapter 2: Electric Circuits 2 Lesson Outcome At the end of class, students should be able to: ∗ State and apply basic circuit laws to solve for currents, voltages and powers in electric circuits. ∗ Apply the voltage-division and current-division principles to analyze electric circuit. ∗ Analyze the circuits using the node-voltage and mesh-current technique. ∗ Apply the Thevenin’s theorem to analyze the electric circuit. 3 Electric Circuit ∗ The path that the current...
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King Faisal University College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering EE 241- Electric Circuits I 3(3-0-0) Required Course: Three 1-hour lectures per week Semester 1, 2013-2014 •Course Instructor and/or Coordinator. •Course Description (catalog): Linear circuit analysis and design course. Topics include fundamental topics of charge, current, voltage and power; passive circuit elements; mesh and nodal analysis, Thevenin's and Norton's theorems, source transformation; transient analysis...
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Potential Difference in Electrical Circuit Discussion: We conducted this experiment to test out the relationship of potential differences and currents in series and parallel circuits. We were to indicate the special properties that the potential differences and currents had with both types of circuits. In short, we were to test out Kirchhoff's laws. Before starting the lab, we had to pick three different resistors and we were to calculate the values for the total resistances, potential...
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TO: 1201 Section-002 Instructor FROM: Engineer Student DATE: February 16, 2015 RE: Electrical Circuit Project Lab Report The purpose of the Electrical Circuit project was to prepare students with the ability to work with mathematical and engineering calculations to design a breadboard. In order to create a breadboard with an accurate voltage drop between nodes, the resistor combinations and calculations need to be correct. Calculating the voltage drop between nodes was done through the use...
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Unit 7 Ch 23 Electric Circuits Due: 7:20am on Friday, December 5, 2014 To understand how points are awarded, read the Grading Policy for this assignment. Problem 23.1 Draw a circuit diagram for the circuit of . Part A Choose the correct diagram. ANSWER: Correct Problem 23.2 Draw a circuit diagram for the circuit of . Part A Choose the correct diagram. ANSWER: Correct Problem 23.3 Draw a circuit diagram for the circuit of . Part A Choose the correct diagram. ANSWER: Correct Kirchhoff's...
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