Parallel Circuit Calculations 311
Parallel Circuit Calculations provides a comprehensive overview of the rules and formulas used to calculate electrical quantities and capacity. Using a direct current parallel circuit as an example, it explains the basic rules for electrical variables and how they relate. In a parallel circuit, voltage is the same across each branch. Current in a parallel circuit adds up to the total current value. In any one branch of a parallel circuit, current and resistance are inversely proportional. The total resistance is always less than the smallest individual resistance.
After taking this class, users should have a strong understanding of the methods used to determine electrical values in parallel and combination circuits. Understanding these rules and formulas is important for working with electrical systems because they make it possible to predict and calculate electrical quantities. This is especially important for parallel circuits because they are so commonly used.

Difficulty Advanced

Format Online

Number of Lessons 15

Language English
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