What would you like to do?
What is applied voltage?
the power will also increase as it is proved in my experiment
anything from a little smoke from a heated component to a violent and dangerous explosion be careful with electricity if you want to shock someone give them a 5 dollar b…ill!
An air conditioner clutch will not engage without voltage. If it doesn't engage, the compressor will not turn.
This is just a standard that has been applied differently in different locals. much the same as cars originally were 6 volts but now the standard is12 volts. There is no int…rinsic advantage other than maintaining the standard makes it easier to move electric motors from one area to another. The same vacuum cleaner works in NewYork and Denver. India has set their standard at 220 volts and this standard is maintained throughout the country.
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A: Any serial resistance added in series should reduced. The value is input voltage minus the wanted voltage divided by the current required to run the circuit, or add an LM11…7 regulator which is better and easier to control.
Light Emitting Diode or LED
In order for a spring to "expand" with applied voltage, there would need to be a current, and its resulting power, creating heat. This effect is most noticeable when the "spri…ng" is a bimetallic strip, having different coefficients of expansion, causing the spring to "bend".
The neutral of a transformer is usually grounded. Under this situation, this question is the same as asking whether you can apply a voltage to ground; the answer is yes, but I… don't know why you'd want to. Sometimes transformer neutrals are insulated away from ground. If this is done, then you could inject "backwards" from the neutral up into the transformer. Again, I don't know why you would want to do this, though.
Voltage is not intended to be applied to a thermocouple. Heat is, and that will result is a voltage being developed which can be used to measure the heat. Actuall…y what will happen depends on the polarity of the voltage applied to the thermocouple. One polarity will heat the thermocouple, the opposite polarity will cool the thermocouple. This phenomenon can be used to make a tiny refrigeration system needing no refrigerant fluid or moving parts (other than a fan to expel the unwanted heat) called a thermoelectric cooler. A practical thermoelectric cooler is not built with ordinary thermocouples used to measure temperature or generate electricity. Instead it uses large thermocouples having a contact area between the dissimilar metals measured in square inches. Two of these large thermocouples are connected back to back in opposite polarity with a thermal insulator between them. When power is applied, one gets cold while the other gets hot. Thermoelectric coolers are used in microprocessor heatsinks and in small portable refrigerators that are powered from a car's cigarette lighter outlet. In fact most of these small portable electric refrigerators have a switch that reverses power to the thermoelectric cooler, making it a heater instead; thus they can keep food either cold or hot, whichever is appropriate.
A capacitor resists a change in voltage. That is how it works. It had to be charged to apply voltage to it in the first case, so it has to be discharged to change the voltage,… making the voltage smaller. It is no different than if you had increased the voltage; you would go through a new charge cycle.
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voltage is applied to HV side for step down operation.