Getting down of battery in ideal situation

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In summary, when there is an ideal short circuit, the resistance of the medium is zero and no power is delivered by the source (battery). Therefore, the battery will lose its charge quickly. This is because all the power will be lost inside the battery due to the short circuit.
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In Ideal Short circuit i.e the resistance of the medium is zero,there is no power delivered by the source(batterey which involve chemical reactions and have no internal resistance i.e ideal).Then is the source Get down or not.If yes then why?
 
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waqarrashid33 said:
Then is the source Get down or not.

I don't understand this question. Can you repeat it using different words?
 
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our teacher says that when there is an ideal short circuit whic connecting the two terminal of the battery then the battey will get down quickly.
Is this is correct when in ideal short circiut battery is not supplying any energy or power.
 
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waqarrashid33 said:
our teacher says that when there is an ideal short circuit whic connecting the two terminal of the battery then the battey will get down quickly.
Is this is correct when in ideal short circiut battery is not supplying any energy or power.

With "get down quickly" you mean "lose its charge quickly" ?

This is true. All the power will be lost inside the battery.
 
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In the ideal situation described, the battery would indeed run down. This is because even though the resistance of the medium is zero, there is still a flow of current through the circuit, which will eventually deplete the battery's energy. The chemical reactions within the battery are what provide the energy for the current to flow, and without any internal resistance, the battery would continue to discharge until it is completely drained.
 

Related to Getting down of battery in ideal situation

1. What causes a battery to drain quickly in an ideal situation?

The main factor that contributes to a battery draining quickly in an ideal situation is the power demand of the device or equipment it is powering. When a device requires a large amount of power, the battery will drain faster.

2. How can I extend the battery life in an ideal situation?

One way to extend battery life in an ideal situation is to reduce the power demand of the device. This can be done by turning off unnecessary features, lowering the screen brightness or using power-saving mode. Additionally, using a higher capacity battery or carrying spare batteries can also help extend battery life.

3. Can overcharging affect the battery life in an ideal situation?

Yes, overcharging can affect the battery life in an ideal situation. When a battery is overcharged, it can cause the battery to overheat, which can lead to a decrease in battery capacity and shorten its overall lifespan.

4. Is it better to let the battery completely drain before charging it in an ideal situation?

No, it is not necessary or recommended to let the battery completely drain before charging it in an ideal situation. Most modern batteries have a limited number of charge cycles, and completely draining them can actually decrease their lifespan. It is better to charge the battery before it reaches a critically low level.

5. How can I know when it is time to replace the battery in an ideal situation?

The best way to determine when it is time to replace the battery in an ideal situation is to monitor its capacity and performance. If you notice a significant decrease in battery life or the battery is no longer holding a charge as it used to, it may be time to replace it with a new one.

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