# Study sets matching "circuits power"

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circuit

series

parallel

insulator

A closed path through which electricity flows

a closed path following only one path

a closed path that has multiple paths

material that doesn't allow an electric current to flow

circuit

A closed path through which electricity flows

series

a closed path following only one path

Quick Revision: What are the three side…

We can also use the same right angle tr…

True Power (W) is the useful power that…

Reactive Power (VAr) is the power store…

R = Resistance... X = Reactance (Inductive or Capacitive)... Z = Imp…

True Power (in Watts) is the power consumed by the Resistive (…

True. Think of it as the real amount of beer you get in a pint.

True. Think of it as the froth on your pint. It's always there…

Quick Revision: What are the three side…

R = Resistance... X = Reactance (Inductive or Capacitive)... Z = Imp…

We can also use the same right angle tr…

True Power (in Watts) is the power consumed by the Resistive (…

power

power for a sinusoidal circuits

p(t) is periodic. show how

+P(t)

rate at which an element absorbs energy

1) first part is time independent (constant) -- value *depends…

p(t) = P(t + To)... To (time period) = T/2... where T = 2pi/w

power is absorbed by the circuit

power

rate at which an element absorbs energy

power for a sinusoidal circuits

1) first part is time independent (constant) -- value *depends…

Power of a device depends on

Higher Potential Difference or Current…

Power - Word Equation using Potential d…

Power - Symbol Equation using Potential…

the potential difference across it and the current flowing tho…

uses more energy per second, more powerful than one with lower

power = potential difference x current

P = VI

Power of a device depends on

the potential difference across it and the current flowing tho…

Higher Potential Difference or Current…

uses more energy per second, more powerful than one with lower

Voltage source

Voltage

insulator

charges that flow continuously from one…

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

a material through which charges cannot flow easily (rubber, p…

what you need to produce an electric current

Voltage source

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

Voltage

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

Series and parallel circuits?

Describe series circuits?

Describe parallel circuits?

What does Power in circuits depend on?

Electrical components to be connect in series or parallel and…

There is the same current through each component, ... the total…

The potential difference across each component is the same,…

The power of the a device depends on the potential difference…

Series and parallel circuits?

Electrical components to be connect in series or parallel and…

Describe series circuits?

There is the same current through each component, ... the total…

Power of an appliance

Power formula

power rating

Give an example of something that uses…

Energy transferred per second

Energy transferred/time

Tells you the maximum amount of energy transferred between sto…

Microwaves

Power of an appliance

Energy transferred per second

Power formula

Energy transferred/time

What is the current like in a series ci…

What is the total potential difference…

What is the total resistance of two com…

What is the potential difference like i…

The same through each component

Shared between the components

The sum of the resistance of the two components

The same across each component

What is the current like in a series ci…

The same through each component

What is the total potential difference…

Shared between the components

Power of an appliance

Power formula

power rating

Give an example of something that uses…

Energy transferred per second... So total energy depends on how l…

Energy transferred/time

Tells you the maximum amount of energy transferred between sto…

Microwaves

Power of an appliance

Energy transferred per second... So total energy depends on how l…

Power formula

Energy transferred/time

Quick Revision: What are the three side…

We can also use the same right angle tr…

True Power (W) is the useful power that…

Reactive Power (VAr) is the power store…

R = Resistance... X = Reactance (Inductive or Capacitive)... Z = I…

True Power (in Watts) is the power consumed by the Resistive (…

True. Think of it as the real amount of beer you get in a pint.

True. Think of it as the froth on your pint. It's always there…

Quick Revision: What are the three side…

R = Resistance... X = Reactance (Inductive or Capacitive)... Z = I…

We can also use the same right angle tr…

True Power (in Watts) is the power consumed by the Resistive (…

amperage interrupting capacity (AIC)

cartridge fuses

circuit protection device

crimp

The point beyond which a circuit protection device can no long…

Larger-capacity fuses that fit into special holders.

An electrical safety device, such as a fuse or a circuit break…

To squeeze. In electrical work, crimping involves forming a me…

amperage interrupting capacity (AIC)

The point beyond which a circuit protection device can no long…

cartridge fuses

Larger-capacity fuses that fit into special holders.

118. Circuit

119. Open Circuit

120. Closed Circuit

121. Load

a path that transmits an electrical current; includes a power…

is a circuit that has a break in the flow of electricity, caus…

is a circuit where the electrons can continually flow without…

the device that is using the electricity, and transforms the e…

118. Circuit

a path that transmits an electrical current; includes a power…

119. Open Circuit

is a circuit that has a break in the flow of electricity, caus…

What is the complex power equation?

What is V~ (~should be on top)?

What is Tellegen's theorem?

What is power factor correction?

S=V~ I*~

It is the root mean square of the voltage 1/root(2) V

The complex power S dissipated must sum zero

It is when a capacitor is added in parallel to a component to…

What is the complex power equation?

S=V~ I*~

What is V~ (~should be on top)?

It is the root mean square of the voltage 1/root(2) V

Electrical Systems are divided into two…

Power Circuits: Include

what is the symbol for ground and what…

The PRIMARY function of circuit protect…

Power Circuits... Load Circuits

Battery, Ground Power, Generator and Alternator, and Distribut…

The ground symbol indicates that the electrical component is c…

to protect the wiring in the circuit!

Electrical Systems are divided into two…

Power Circuits... Load Circuits

Power Circuits: Include

Battery, Ground Power, Generator and Alternator, and Distribut…

Power

Power

series circuit

parallel circuit

Potential difference x current

Current^2 x resistance

Same current through each component ... Total voltage is shared b…

Voltage is the same across the circuit... Current separates throu…

Power

Potential difference x current

Power

Current^2 x resistance

There is energy transfer that heats the…

Electrons collide with the ions in the…

Increases it ... So less current will flow…

The rate at which an appliance transfer…

What happens when there is electric current in a resistor?

Why does a resistor heat up?

What does the heating effect do to the resistor s resistance?

What is electrical power?

There is energy transfer that heats the…

What happens when there is electric current in a resistor?

Electrons collide with the ions in the…

Why does a resistor heat up?

voltage

resistance x current

voltage/current

voltage/resistance

(v) the different between electrical potential energy between…

voltage formula

resistance formula

current formula

voltage

(v) the different between electrical potential energy between…

resistance x current

voltage formula

Voltage source

Voltage

insulator

charges that flow continuously from one…

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

a material through which charges cannot flow easily (rubber, p…

what you need to produce an electric current

Voltage source

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

Voltage

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

Resistors get

disadvantages to heating effect

advantages to heating effect

Electrical=

hot when an electrical current passes through them

components in circuit melt

Toasters use coil of wire with a really high resistance to coo…

current x voltage

Resistors get

hot when an electrical current passes through them

disadvantages to heating effect

components in circuit melt

different components are connected in a…

there is a bigger supply

it is the same everywhere, but depends…

it is shared between components

how are components connected in series?

how id potential difference affected when a circuit is in seri…

how does current behave in a series circuit?

how does potential difference behave in a series circuit?

different components are connected in a…

how are components connected in series?

there is a bigger supply

how id potential difference affected when a circuit is in seri…

power plant

power plant fuels

power plant steps

series circuit

factories that make electricity to send to cities and towns ru…

coal, nuclear, oil, natural gas, alternate energy

Coal is brought into the power plant... coal is burned for heat... h…

one path for electricity

power plant

factories that make electricity to send to cities and towns ru…

power plant fuels

coal, nuclear, oil, natural gas, alternate energy

power

power for a sinusoidal circuits

p(t) is periodic. show how

+P(t)

rate at which an element absorbs energy

1) first part is time independent (constant) -- value *depends…

p(t) = P(t + To)... To (time period) = T/2... where T = 2pi/w

power is absorbed by the circuit

power

rate at which an element absorbs energy

power for a sinusoidal circuits

1) first part is time independent (constant) -- value *depends…