If the lightning strikes you and the ground, your body would indeed be grounded. The arc of electricity from you to the ground is just as deadly, and your body would be a conductor.
Nothing if your body is not grounded, if your body is grounded you will receive an electrical shock.
The entire metal chassis and body is grounded with the negative side of the battery.
This depends on how cold the refrigerator is
If your body is not grounded to create a path back to the distribution panel, nothing will happen. If your body is grounded then you will receive an electrical shock.
Yes that is the only way it will enter your body is if you are grounded.
body of fixture
No I would not.this is a stupid question because who would break up with their GF just because she got grounded?
That would depend on the refrigerator.
Because Brian McFadden was naughty, and Shane Filan told his Dad. Then Brian's dad said "That's it, you're grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded. Go to your room. NOW!" Brian then cried to his room, only to jump out of his window, then onto a tree. Then there was Shane. Shane had a gun, then shot Brian. Brian McFadden died.
is connected to negative pole and to body of car
To the body,yes but not to the face of a grounded fighter.
I know that truck inside out and outside in. The engine and body are Grounded directly to the chassis. You can groundany audio amplifier to the floor of the truck and you have EXCELLENT ground to provided to that amp!
Fixture where socket is inserted should be grounded to body
Megger the body and the earth point. It should be zero
Mechanical engineering would be associated with a refrigerator.
If you have an appliance that has a metal case, the case is a conductor. Therefore, if the hot wire going to the appliance were to come in contact with the metal case and it were ungrounded it would be a shock hazard. If it were grounded the breaker would short if the hot wire contacted the case. So grounded and ungrounded refer to whether there is protection against a shock hazard by either assuring that there is not a potential between ground and the conductor (grounded) or if there could be an unintended path to ground, your body for example, which could kill you.
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Although it is common to hear the term that one is being grounded for doing something wrong, it is usually unheard of that one would be grounded for life. There was an American sitcom television show back in 2001 that was titled "Grounded for Life".
If you opened the refrigerator door a person can cool themselves off. It would not be energy efficient though to try to cool an entire room or house through use of a refrigerator. A refrigerator would not be capable of cooling that large of an area.
If there is any food in the refrigerator, this would be a very bad idea - the food will have gone bad, since the temperature in the refrigerator would reach room temperature in a couple of days.If there is no food in the refrigerator, I suppose it would save money to turn it off.
The first place to look for is your refrigerator. There is a soft magnet between refrigerator door and the refrigerator body itself. You cannot see it directly but you can see it in action. When you close or open the door, you feel that the door sticks to the refrigerator body. That happens precisely because of magnets.
Static electricity. It was grounded until the disconnect. The truck should have been grounded.
It can be (a grounded plane, a grounded son, a grounded circuit). Grounded is the past tense and past participle of the verb "to ground" (with several different meanings).
Refrigerator, yes, freezer, depends on how they are thawed - microwave would kill them.