If two bare wires carrying a current touch each other what specific thing could occur?
If the two wires were of the same potential and from the same phase nothing would happen. If the two wires were of different potentials and or different phases the over current device protecting the circuit would trip and remove the circuit from the voltage source.
risks: which are defined as the probability that a specific adverse event will occur in a specific time period or as a result of a specific situation. Risk: is the combination of likelihood and consequence of a hazard being realised. Risk means something along the lines of "its not safe", "you could get a disease", "someone might get hurt", etc. Example: Walking on a tightrope without a net at the bottom could be a great…
Is it possible for symptoms of pregnancy to occur earlier than normal when carrying twins and if so how soon could it be after conception?
it doesnt matter if you are carrying twins or a single baby, the signs are the same and having twins doesnt make them sooner or stronger. usually if you have twins they cant tell until you are around 3+mnths unless you have to have an ultrasound for some reason. so the answer to your question is no they wouldn't appear sooner than someone carrying one baby. ob/gyn nurse
An electric shock could occur in space. One thing to keep in mind about electrical shocks is that if the body provides a return path for current to flow then an electrical shock will occur. It does not matter if it is in space or on earth, touching a potential across the output supply on a high voltage system is going to short circuit the supply through you.
Most sources attempt to provide a specific voltage by design. An ideal current source does not do this, and thus there are not very many good examples. A current transformer, like what is used for relaying and metering in the power system, is an ideal current source - it provides a direct reflection of the amount of current flowing in the primary side to th secondary side, regardless of voltage in the secondary (up to…