Daily Dose 012 | Electrical Circuits
How do you find the Current in the branch of an Electrical Circuit?
I’ll admit, one of my biggest obstacles in adopting the Other Disciplines strategy was seeing Electrical Circuits on the specifications.
As a Mechanical background, working with Electricity felt akin to trying to handwrite a letter with my left hand – but the reality was, I, as well as anyone else, can get “dangerous enough” to perform well in any subject.
In this video, we jump in to a problem that is covered in the subject of ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS, specifically, working on determining the current in a single branch within complex circuit.
What is ELECTRICAL CURRENT?
ELECTRICAL CURRENT is any movement of electric charge carriers.
Measured in amperes (amps), ELECTRICAL CURRENT is the time rate of flow of electric charge, in the direction that a positive moving charge would take and having magnitude equal to the quantity of charge per unit time.
The conventional symbol for current is I and is foundational in OHM’S LAW and much of ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS.
Check out the video and see how we can go about solving this type of problem in the most efficient manner.
As always, with Love, Prepineer
How to find Electrical Current
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