Hi, Can I find the velocity of current provided I have the e.m.f and the amps let's say (3A, 2m/s)
The velocity of current is directly proportional to the electromotive force (e.m.f). This means that an increase in e.m.f will result in an increase in current velocity, and vice versa.
The velocity of current does not directly affect the strength of the current. The strength of the current is determined by the amount of amps flowing through the circuit.
Yes, the velocity of current can be measured using a current meter. This device measures the amount of current flowing through a circuit in amps.
The velocity of current can be affected by factors such as the resistance of the circuit, the voltage applied, and the type of material used for the conducting wire.
The velocity of current is not the same as the speed of electrons. While the current travels at a constant speed, the speed of individual electrons may vary depending on the material and conditions of the circuit.