# FINAL PROJECT

Topics: Series and parallel circuits, Inductor, Incandescent light bulb Pages: 3 (851 words) Published: March 14, 2014
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Home Bulbs
ECET105
FINAL PROJECT ASSIGNMENT
7-Jan-2014
2013-2014

Objectives:
We are explaining in this project 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 the normal wiring mode for most electrical systems. The main energy supply can be the utility grid or a renewable energy system. The energy comes into a main circuit panel, where the wiring divides into multiple circuits. Each circuit leads to a group of loads, which are also wired in parallel within the circuit. Our project shows how chemical energy turns out to electrical energy. A parallel circuit has more than one resistor (anything that uses electricity to do work) and gets its name from having multiple (parallel) paths move along. Charges can move through any of several paths. If one of the items in the circuit is broken then no charge will move through the path, but other paths will continue to have charges flow through them. Parallel circuits are found in most household electric wiring. This is done so the light doesn’t stop working just because you turned off the TV for example.

Apparatus/Equipment:
Wires
Bulbs
Batteries
Switch
Procedure:
At first we started doing the home to know how where can we put the light, and how can we connect the bulb. After we finished the home we connect the circuit at the beginning on the board, but all the LED light were burned when we connected with resisters. So we change the LED with the light bulb and we use the battery (9v). We noticed that when one light was burned it was not...