# Study sets matching "circuits power"

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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…

power source

direct current (DC) circuit

polarity

insulator

The source from which electrons are sourced for a circuit.

A circuit in which one pole is always negative, the other pole…

Designates the way electrons flow through any circuit from neg…

A material that does not let electricity flow through it.

power source

The source from which electrons are sourced for a circuit.

direct current (DC) circuit

A circuit in which one pole is always negative, the other pole…

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 (…

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

Energy transferred depends on what?

The total energy transferred by an appl…

The power of an appliance is the energy…

So, the more energy it transfers in a g…

power

the appliance is on for and its power

that it transfers per second

the higher its power

Energy transferred depends on what?

power

The total energy transferred by an appl…

the appliance is on for and its power

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 does energy transferred depend on?

The total energy transferred by an appl…

The power of an appliance is what?

The more energy it transfers in a given…

power

how long the appliance is on for and its power

the energy that it transfers per second

its power

What does energy transferred depend on?

power

The total energy transferred by an appl…

how long the appliance is on for and its power

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 (…

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.

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…

Ohm's law

Series Circuit

Ammeter

Parallel Circuit

The law that states that resistance is equal to voltage divide…

An electric circuit with a single path.

A device used to measure current in a circuit.

An electric circuit with multiple paths.

Ohm's law

The law that states that resistance is equal to voltage divide…

Series Circuit

An electric circuit with a single path.

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

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

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 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…

Voltage

Volt

Circuit

Series Circuit

The difference in energy per unit charge as a charge moves b/w…

Voltage Unit

A complete, closed path through which electric charges flow

A circuit in which all parts are connected in a single loop

Voltage

The difference in energy per unit charge as a charge moves b/w…

Volt

Voltage Unit

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…

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…

Ohm's Law

Circuit

Energy Source

Load

The resistance is equal to the voltage divided by the current:…

a path through which electricity can flow

pushes the charge through the circuit; EX: battery

a device in a circuit that operates using electrical energy

Ohm's Law

The resistance is equal to the voltage divided by the current:…

Circuit

a path through which electricity can flow

Resistors get _ when an _ _ passes thro…

The heating effect increases the resist…

Increased resistance means..

Electrical power =

Hot, electrical current

Resistance

Less current will flow

The rate at which an appliance transfers energy

Resistors get _ when an _ _ passes thro…

Hot, electrical current

The heating effect increases the resist…

Resistance

a type of energy that can build up and/…

atoms

protons and neutrons

protons, neutrons, and electrons

Electricity

What makes up matter?

What particles are located in the nucleus of an atom?

What makes up atoms?

a type of energy that can build up and/…

Electricity

atoms

What makes up matter?