No difference a load is a load however AC/DC defines the type of a load that is.
The dc load resistance is Rc but the AC Load resistance is (RcRl). If a load line is drawn the slope of which is -1(Rc Rl) . Then it is called an AC load line and it is to be used when the transistor is operating as an amplifier.
The difference between a dc load line and an ac load line is the source of the electricity. A dc load line is coming from a battery and an ac load line is through a direct electrical current.
when the dc supply given, dc load line lies in the Ic and Vcc. when the AC supply given, AC load line lies in the Ic and Vcc.
DC 100W equals AC 100W as far as heating and lighting load is concerned. AC load is equated in RMS equivalent to DC Watts.
No. You need a 110V AC power supply for a 110V AC load.
well the difference mainly exists in the method of finding them , these are :-1. in finding DC load line :-open all AC sourcesopen all the capacitors2. for AC load line:-open all the Dc sourcesshort all the capacitors.
DC load line- A straight line joining saturation & cut off point.
DC Current divided by 1.225
The reason an AC voltage applied across a load resistance produces alternating current is because when you have AC voltage you have to have AC current. If DC voltage is applied, DC current is produced.
they both can add a load to a circuit
The DC loadline is a straight line joining the cut-off point and saturation point. The AC load line can be drawn, after locating the DC operating point, by passing through the Q point.
because it dc not ac
A resistive load exhibits a pure resistance all the way down to DC. A reactive load (an inductor) presents negligible resistance at DC but 'appears' as a resistance (reactance) to AC. Therefor a reactive load is frequency dependent and will need to be calculated relative to the AC frequency of operation.
Ac to ac
depends on your load...
The terms a.c. and d.c. stand for alternating current and direct current, respectively.
The Synchronous motors will operate at a constant speed from noload to fullload. Even it is classified as an AC motor, we have to fed the motor both AC and DC supplies. That we have to supply DC to the Field (Normally Rotor) and AC to the Armature (Normally Stator).
WHEN YOU STEP UP THE VOLTAGE AND THE LOAD IS THE SAME MORE CURRENT WILL FLOW NOT LESS. AND THAT WILL HOLD TRUE FOR DC AS WELL. IF THE LOAD REMAINS THE SAME AND YOU INCREASE THE CURRENT AC OR DC THE VOLTAGE WILL INCREASE
No, a transformer does not change AC to DC. For this purpose there is a device known as a rectifier, and to transform it back to AC from DC you'll need an inverter. Transformers are only useful with AC due to the alternating waveform which induces a voltage in the secondary winding (when it is connected to a load).
rms value of ac power = dc power in reference to heat production in pure resistive load So ac power of some rms value will produce the same heat in resistive load as dc power will of same value
DC load flow is a method to estimate power flows through lines on AC power systems. An accurate solution of the power flows on an AC system is a non-linear problem. Consequently it requires an iterative approach and there is no guarantee of reaching a "convergent" solution. A "DC" load flow uses a simplified, linear form of modeling the AC system. Consequently its solution is non-iterative, and absolutely convergent. It becomes a routine algebra problem, solving multiple equations with multiple variables. It is inherently less accurate than a "full" AC load flow solution, but it is useful where fast, dependable solutions are essential, and the approximation is acceptable. In reality, there is nothing "DC" about a DC load flow. It solves for phase angles (an AC, reactive characteristic); it ignores resistance (a DC characteristic); and it ignores voltage (because the objective is just power flow). It probably derives its name from the similarity between this solution method and the method used to solve a DC system, which is also linear, non-iterative and absolutely convergent.
Dual conversion uninterruptible power supplies operate by converting incoming utility AC power to DC and then convert the DC back to AC power connected to the load.
When you connect a load (motor, light bulb, etc.) in series with a power supply, current will flow, whether AC or DC depends on the power supply you are using.
symbol for AC ~ is AC and is DC symbol for DC -- - D.A.