If it is a severe drain look to a possible bad alternator. Alternators are wired direct and can sap your battery dead very quickly. Remove the alternator power feed and as you touch it again to its attachment lug if it sparks it is probably the problem. If it is a slow drain it could be any accessory that does not need the switch to turn it on. Use the same method to hunt it down. Good luck.
The English term 'leakage' can have several meanings, including:1. an unwanted discharge of a fluid or gas from from a container which was designed not to leak;2. an unwanted leakage of electrical current from something (such as a battery) which should not normally lose any current when it is disconnected from a circuit.
Possible leakage of acid due to damage or spillage.Noxious fumes given off whilst charging.Sulphation of anode and cathode causing eventual failure. Heavy weight. Charge rate and discharge rate more or less relates to battery size. Disposal of battery is very environmentally unfreindly. In vehicles spillage and fumes from venting causes long term corrosion of vehicle body around battery.
For a long time, The capacitor will be charged to the voltage of the DC battery, the positive side of the capacitor touching the positive terminal of the battery. Not much DC current will conduct, except for some tiny leakage current due to imperfection of the cap. The battery will be drained eventually.
leakage current can be determine through the use of clampmeter or ohm-meter. leakage current can be determine through the use of clampmeter or ohm-meter. You can use Ohm's law (E=IR) to get this answer. Disconnect power to the circuit, and measure the leakage path's resistance (This is usually the rated resistance of the insulating material...you will need a M-ohmmeter to measure insulation resistance, as it will be MUCH higher than a standard ohmmeter can measure). Then rework the formula to solve for current: I=E/R or simply: divide voltage by resistance. You can also use an inductive current clamp as mentioned above. This clamp measures electrical current by measuring the electromagnetic field strength of the current flowing through the wire.
Dry cell batteries will leak if left in a piece of electronic equipment for a long time. The chemicals in the battery eventually find a way to seep out of the battery case. They usually leave a white, crystallized mess behind.A quick and effective way to clean up the mess is with Windex! Don't use too much! Get an old toothbrush and spray a little Windex on it. Brush it over the leakage and you will see the white crystals disappear. Make sure you use an old cloth, paper towel, or q-tips to dry all the Windex (you don't want it running around the inside of your electronic equipment.) Once everything is dry, you should have nice shiny metal battery terminals (unless the leakage was too bad.) Put in new batteries and you should be all set as long as the leakage didn't get inside the equipment and ruin a PC board or something.
Seat leakage is defined as leakage that is internal to a valve-between the inlet and outlet sides of the valve-when the valve is in its closed position. It is not limited to leakage across the valve seat, but also encompasses all leakage across the valve trim when the valve is in the closed position. Leakage across internal trim seals, such as piston rings, and across trim-to-body seals, such as gaskets, can be counted as seat leakage. It is important to note that, while leakage through valve stem packing is of growing concern in the industry, governing industry standards address this type of leakage separately and do not consider it to be a form of seat leakage.
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