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The wire in a circuit acts like pipes directing water from one location to another. Wires carry the current.

you slide a train wire in( and it must be at least 3 yards long) the pipes and if it goes though it is functioning properly p.s. you can buy wire at home depot

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Electricity is the flow of electrons through a conductor, such as a wire. When the power is off, the electrons are still there, they just have nothing to push then around. Think of the water pipes in your house. If you go outside and shut off the water, the water stops flowing. There is still water in the pipes, but if you turn on a faucet, no water will flow out. In a wire, the electrons are trapped in the atoms that make up the wire unless a potential difference, or voltage, exists to make them move. This voltage comes from the power generating station.

Coal is burned to heat water, the water evaporates into steam and is forced through pipes to the generators where it spins turbines. The turbines are designed as magnets around an iron core spun with wire. When the magnets spin around the wire it generates electricity.Another user wrote:Coal is burned to heat water, the water evaporates into steam and is forced through pipes to the generators where it spins turbines. The turbines are designed as magnets around an iron core spun with wire. When the magnets spin around the wire it generates electricity.

The earth wire (called 'ground wire' in the US) offers the easiest path to ground. Since electrical current seeks the easiest path to the ground, any stray current will travel through that instead of a person. Electrons flow (drift) through wires like water flows through pipes. Water flowing through pipes will flow through the biggest pipes the easiest, because there is less resistance to flow, and draw off the water flowing through smaller pipes. Same kind of deal with the ground wire. The Earth wire is like the largest pipe in the system, which means the wire has the least resistance. As such, it, like the largest water pipe, draws off any electrical current that might be around in the system of wires (the circuits). So if by accident one of the smaller wires with higher resistance is subjected to a surge of voltage, the resulting overload current will flow into the ground wire rather than through the higher resistance wire, which would probably blow the circuit and cause damage.

Read the label. A gas heater will have three plumbing pipes connected.One is a gas supply. An electric heater will only have two plumbing pipes but it will have an electical conduit or electrical wire feed line.

To join copper wires or pipes to each other.

A thermal insulator such as fiberglass is used around hot water pipes. If the insulator is removed from a wire connection, it could create sparks.

To wire a ceiling an regulator the proper wires, the proper tools, and the proper instructions for the model fan regulator being used must be obtained.

for making plumbing pipes and electrical wire among other things.

Usually the solid copper wire you see connecting to your water pipes is because it makes a ground for your electrical service of your home. Not seen as much of in newer homes because most of the water lines including main water lines are mostly plastic type materials which electricity cannot flow through.

If you look under your sin there should be a few pipes and 1 green wire. I think the green wire is a air wire witch when you twist the tap it releases air at one side (depends what side tap you used) and forces the water up and out and the other side just sucks air in.

does a water heater require a ground wire?

there is not a proper grounding wire mounted to the body of the car or truck.

Answer for UK, Europe and countries running a 50 Hz supply service.It is very important. India probably has wiring regulations governing ground wires but for a refrigerator anywhere a ground wire is an essential safety feature. The metal exterior of the equipment must be directly connected to the metal exteriors of all other pieces of equipment and none of these should be connected to either current-carry conductor. Wiring usually has a ground wire included for this purpose. The ground wire should also be connected to any metal gas or water pipes in the property and at some point to an earth rod.In a UK property, current regulations say the water pipes, the gas pipes and the electical ground must be connected together with a wire of at least 10 sq. mm, cross section, placed as close as possible to the point where the services enter the property.

Aluminium is not used for water pipes. It's not as elastic as Copper. Because aluminium is less expensive than copper, it is sometimes used for electrical wiring, but, because it corrodes much more easily than copper, much more care has to be taken a) to protect it from the atmosphere and b) to make connections that will be remain reliable over a long period of time. Overall, aluminium wire is not as easy to install so, for general purposes, copper wire is better.

To wire a beacon light, add the proper resistor to the LED. Then bypass the decoder and wire the LED's cathode and anode to the opposite rails.

You don't. Do not power a water feature without a grounded cord.

In case the electricity leaks. The ground wire will send the charge to the ground to prevent you from being electrecuted. The ground or earth wire is a safety feature in each property that enables all electrical equipment with metal parts on the exterior, that might come into contact with people, to be connected together and to the neutral side of the supply, and also to gas and water pipes in each property. The ground wire normally carries no current but when a piece of equipment is faulty the live side of the supply could come into contact with the case, in which case a fault current would travel down the earth wire to blow the fuse. In UK properties the earth of the supply must be bonded to the water and gas pipes, as close to the point of entry as possible, with a wire of at least 10 sq. mm cross-section.

water is a conductor of electricity so when a live wire is placed into water the current can spread out through the water.

Nothing can speed up or slow down electrolysis. It is always in a constant state. What causes it is whats the problem, which is installing live electrical wire too close to copper water pipes.

not easy, it's under intake manifold between the heads. Have to take off plenum, water bypass pipes. it's the only electrical wire on the top of the block!

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