if time is removed from the equation Q=VxIxt, will it still be valid to be an equation of energy?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i need that equation to estimate the heat transfer coefficient of a nichrome wire heated using direct current,but putting time to the equation makes everything complicated..

(i'd read someone's post here that use the same equation but does not put time.. too bad i can't find that post again..)

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# If time is removed from the equation Q=VxIxt, will it still be valid

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