I am working on a project, however I am having trouble finding the right material for it to work. I am looking for a nano-material or any molecule that will emit a radio frequency when subjected to a voltage or a current at around 37 degrees Celsius. I would really appreciate it if someone could...
Hii,i'm new in electrical and much confused bcoz of complicated relation between V,I, nd P.
If P = VI = cons. and increasing V,decrease the value of I,
but since P is also equal to I×I ×R and r is cons.,so decrease in I will always cause P to decrease which is supposed to remain constant.
And i...
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I've been given this question by a teacher and I'm clueless as to what b) and c) are. Could you please help? I would really appreciate it. The prize is a place to see a lecture on quantum simulation at our local University.
Thank you :)
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I have spent quite some time on PF as an unregistered user reading through various stuff and have learned a lot. Just registered now to seek help on something that's been bothering me a lot and to which I haven't managed to find a solution yet.
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I am trying to understand how precisely a voltmeter is used to measure the resonant frequency of a sound wave in a helmholtz resonator. Is it simply that the maximum voltage corresponds to the resonant frequency?
A detailed description or external link would be great.
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I am confused about the concept of a power dissipation limit for a resistor. Basically for a resistor the product of the current through it and the potential across it should not exceed 0.25 watt otherwise it starts to heat up and act in a non-linear fashion. Is this value just a constant or is...
1. Homework Statement
Look at the circuit given in figure 1. Solve for the three currents, I1,I2,I3.
2. Homework Equations
KVL: Sum of voltages in a closed loop equals zero
KCL: Sum of currents entering a junction equals the sum of currents exiting a junction
Ohm's Law: V=IR
NOTE: Nodal...
1. Homework Statement
Find the value of R where RL equals 50 Ω, for maximum power transfer
I= 2A, R_L=50 ohms
2. Homework Equations
R_th=V_oc/I_sc
KCL,KVL,V=IR
3. The Attempt at a Solution
First, I created an open circuit including everything except R_L. Then i tried to solve for the Open...
I’m looking to purchase a toroidal AUSTRALIA-to-US stepdown voltage transformer, and have narrowed my choice down to two models, one permitting a maximum rate of energy consumption of 100 Watts, and the other permitting a maximum rate of energy consumption of 250 Watts.
Both of these maximum...