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What is applied voltage?

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Any voltage that is fed into or "applied" to an electrical circuit is referred to as an "applied voltage".
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Why in India voltage apply is 220 and in America voltage apply is 150?

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

How do you reduce the applied voltage in a circuit?

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

Would the spring will expand if voltage is applied on it?

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

Can you applied the voltage to neutral of the transformer?

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

What is happening when voltages is applied on thermocouple?

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

Why does a capacitor discharge when the applied voltage decreases?

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,