# INTELLECTUM VIRTUS

# INTELLECTUM VIRTUS

# INTELLECTUM VIRTUS

# INTELLECTUM VIRTUS

# INTELLECTUM VIRTUS

# ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

# ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

# ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

# ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

# ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

# OHM’S LAW

# OHM’S LAW

# OHM’S LAW

# OHM’S LAW

# OHM’S LAW

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OHMS LAW | V=IR | I=V/R | R=V/I |

OHMS LAW | V=IR | I=V/R | R=V/I |

OHMS LAW | V=IR | I=V/R | R=V/I |

OHMS LAW | V=IR | I=V/R | R=V/I |

OHMS LAW | V=IR | I=V/R | R=V/I |

The Ohm’s Law explains the relationship between: V or E (Voltage or Electromotive Force) [Volt | V], which is a product of: I (Current) [Amp | A]; and R (Resistance) [Ohm | Ω]. The amount of electric current through a metal conductor in a circuit is directly proportional to the voltage impressed across it, for a given temperature at that moment. Electron | e, has a charge of 1.602’176’57×10^ ^{−19} coulomb.Coulomb | C, is a measure of electric charge proportional to the number of electrons in an imbalanced state and is equal to approximately 6,250,000,000,000,000,000 [6.25×10 ^{18}] electrons.Current | I, is the flow of electric charge passing between two points in an electric circuit per unit time, with the electric charge of one Coulomb, per second. Unit of measure: Ampere | A Resistance | R, is the measured opposition to motion of free electrons through a circuit. Unit of measure: Ohm | Ω Voltage | V, is the measure of “potential energy per unit charge” available for electrons from one point to another within a circuit. Unit of measure: Volt | V Electrical Power | P, is the measure of the rate of expending energy by the production of an electric charge of Coulombs (Q) over Time (t) and passing through an electric potential differential voltage (V). Power (P) = QV/t = Current (I) x Voltage (V). Unit of measure: Watt | W Electrical Potential Energy | U _{E}, is the measure of stored electrical energy within a system. The joule, is a derived unit of energy and is equal to the energy expended in passing an electric current of one Ampere through a resistance of one Ohm for one Second. V=J/C | Voltage is equal to Joules of electric potential energy per Coulomb of charge. Unit of measure: Joule | JDirect Current | DC, is the flow of an electric charge in one direction and can be manipulated to replicate sine, square or triangular waves. Direct Current sources vary from Batteries, Solar Cells, Fuel Cells, Thermocouple, Piezoelectric and Radioactive Materials to Rectified and Regulated Supplies. Direct Current is preferred and implemented within all electronic systems from power supplies, fixed or inductive charging systems, computing, telephony, radio, electrochemical, aircraft, railway or hybrid motor vehicles. Electronic circuit design with regard to any constant direct current sources are protected from continuous changes in values of voltages or currents with respect to time as it does for AC design. Alternating Current | AC, is generated in many forms from the common sine waves of single or three phase systems to multiple poly phase systems of thirty-six phases. Additionally, phases may or may not be sinusoidal in nature and the frequency is expressed in the number of cycles per second, Hertz. Power transmissions across vast distances are achieved by maintaining high voltages with the aid of transformers throughout the electricity grid. When stepping down to a three-phase consumer supply, a transformer with a Delta (3-wire) primary and a Star (4-wire) secondary are often utilised. There are specific elements of AC power systems from Power Factor corrections of the relationship between Real and Apparent Power loading considerations through to Reactive Power; Complex Power; Voltage and Current Phase Relationships. Balanced power and high frequency design is essential to reduce harmonic distortion by way of capacitive and inductive loading or filtration and with regard to any leading or lagging voltages or currents. |

The Ohm’s Law explains the relationship between: V or E (Voltage or Electromotive Force) [Volt | V], which is a product of: I (Current) [Amp | A]; and R (Resistance) [Ohm | Ω]. The amount of electric current through a metal conductor in a circuit is directly proportional to the voltage impressed across it, for a given temperature at that moment. Electron | e, has a charge of 1.602’176’57×10^ ^{−19} coulomb.Coulomb | C, is a measure of electric charge proportional to the number of electrons in an imbalanced state and is equal to approximately 6,250,000,000,000,000,000 [6.25×10 ^{18}] electrons.Current | I, is the flow of electric charge passing between two points in an electric circuit per unit time, with the electric charge of one Coulomb, per second. Unit of measure: Ampere | A Resistance | R, is the measured opposition to motion of free electrons through a circuit. Unit of measure: Ohm | Ω Voltage | V, is the measure of “potential energy per unit charge” available for electrons from one point to another within a circuit. Unit of measure: Volt | V Electrical Power | P, is the measure of the rate of expending energy by the production of an electric charge of Coulombs (Q) over Time (t) and passing through an electric potential differential voltage (V). Power (P) = QV/t = Current (I) x Voltage (V). Unit of measure: Watt | W Electrical Potential Energy | U _{E}, is the measure of stored electrical energy within a system. The joule, is a derived unit of energy and is equal to the energy expended in passing an electric current of one Ampere through a resistance of one Ohm for one Second. V=J/C | Voltage is equal to Joules of electric potential energy per Coulomb of charge. Unit of measure: Joule | JDirect Current | DC, is the flow of an electric charge in one direction and can be manipulated to replicate sine, square or triangular waves. Direct Current sources vary from Batteries, Solar Cells, Fuel Cells, Thermocouple, Piezoelectric and Radioactive Materials to Rectified and Regulated Supplies. Direct Current is preferred and implemented within all electronic systems from power supplies, fixed or inductive charging systems, computing, telephony, radio, electrochemical, aircraft, railway or hybrid motor vehicles. Electronic circuit design with regard to any constant direct current sources are protected from continuous changes in values of voltages or currents with respect to time as it does for AC design. Alternating Current | AC, is generated in many forms from the common sine waves of single or three phase systems to multiple poly phase systems of thirty-six phases. Additionally, phases may or may not be sinusoidal in nature and the frequency is expressed in the number of cycles per second, Hertz. Power transmissions across vast distances are achieved by maintaining high voltages with the aid of transformers throughout the electricity grid. When stepping down to a three-phase consumer supply, a transformer with a Delta (3-wire) primary and a Star (4-wire) secondary are often utilised. There are specific elements of AC power systems from Power Factor corrections of the relationship between Real and Apparent Power loading considerations through to Reactive Power; Complex Power; Voltage and Current Phase Relationships. Balanced power and high frequency design is essential to reduce harmonic distortion by way of capacitive and inductive loading or filtration and with regard to any leading or lagging voltages or currents. |

The Ohm’s Law explains the relationship between: V or E (Voltage or Electromotive Force) [Volt | V], which is a product of: I (Current) [Amp | A]; and R (Resistance) [Ohm | Ω]. The amount of electric current through a metal conductor in a circuit is directly proportional to the voltage impressed across it, for a given temperature at that moment. Electron | e, has a charge of 1.602’176’57×10^ ^{−19} coulomb.Coulomb | C, is a measure of electric charge proportional to the number of electrons in an imbalanced state and is equal to approximately 6,250,000,000,000,000,000 [6.25×10 ^{18}] electrons.Current | I, is the flow of electric charge passing between two points in an electric circuit per unit time, with the electric charge of one Coulomb, per second. Unit of measure: Ampere | A Resistance | R, is the measured opposition to motion of free electrons through a circuit. Unit of measure: Ohm | Ω Voltage | V, is the measure of “potential energy per unit charge” available for electrons from one point to another within a circuit. Unit of measure: Volt | V Electrical Power | P, is the measure of the rate of expending energy by the production of an electric charge of Coulombs (Q) over Time (t) and passing through an electric potential differential voltage (V). Power (P) = QV/t = Current (I) x Voltage (V). Unit of measure: Watt | W Electrical Potential Energy | U _{E}, is the measure of stored electrical energy within a system. The joule, is a derived unit of energy and is equal to the energy expended in passing an electric current of one Ampere through a resistance of one Ohm for one Second. V=J/C | Voltage is equal to Joules of electric potential energy per Coulomb of charge. Unit of measure: Joule | JDirect Current | DC, is the flow of an electric charge in one direction and can be manipulated to replicate sine, square or triangular waves. Direct Current sources vary from Batteries, Solar Cells, Fuel Cells, Thermocouple, Piezoelectric and Radioactive Materials to Rectified and Regulated Supplies. Direct Current is preferred and implemented within all electronic systems from power supplies, fixed or inductive charging systems, computing, telephony, radio, electrochemical, aircraft, railway or hybrid motor vehicles. Electronic circuit design with regard to any constant direct current sources are protected from continuous changes in values of voltages or currents with respect to time as it does for AC design. Alternating Current | AC, is generated in many forms from the common sine waves of single or three phase systems to multiple poly phase systems of thirty-six phases. Additionally, phases may or may not be sinusoidal in nature and the frequency is expressed in the number of cycles per second, Hertz. Power transmissions across vast distances are achieved by maintaining high voltages with the aid of transformers throughout the electricity grid. When stepping down to a three-phase consumer supply, a transformer with a Delta (3-wire) primary and a Star (4-wire) secondary are often utilised. There are specific elements of AC power systems from Power Factor corrections of the relationship between Real and Apparent Power loading considerations through to Reactive Power; Complex Power; Voltage and Current Phase Relationships. Balanced power and high frequency design is essential to reduce harmonic distortion by way of capacitive and inductive loading or filtration and with regard to any leading or lagging voltages or currents. |

The Ohm’s Law explains the relationship between: V or E (Voltage or Electromotive Force) [Volt | V], which is a product of: I (Current) [Amp | A]; and R (Resistance) [Ohm | Ω]. The amount of electric current through a metal conductor in a circuit is directly proportional to the voltage impressed across it, for a given temperature at that moment. Electron | e, has a charge of 1.602’176’57×10^ ^{−19} coulomb.Coulomb | C, is a measure of electric charge proportional to the number of electrons in an imbalanced state and is equal to approximately 6,250,000,000,000,000,000 [6.25×10 ^{18}] electrons.Current | I, is the flow of electric charge passing between two points in an electric circuit per unit time, with the electric charge of one Coulomb, per second. Unit of measure: Ampere | A Resistance | R, is the measured opposition to motion of free electrons through a circuit. Unit of measure: Ohm | Ω Voltage | V, is the measure of “potential energy per unit charge” available for electrons from one point to another within a circuit. Unit of measure: Volt | V Electrical Power | P, is the measure of the rate of expending energy by the production of an electric charge of Coulombs (Q) over Time (t) and passing through an electric potential differential voltage (V). Power (P) = QV/t = Current (I) x Voltage (V). Unit of measure: Watt | W Electrical Potential Energy | U _{E}, is the measure of stored electrical energy within a system. The joule, is a derived unit of energy and is equal to the energy expended in passing an electric current of one Ampere through a resistance of one Ohm for one Second. V=J/C | Voltage is equal to Joules of electric potential energy per Coulomb of charge. Unit of measure: Joule | JDirect Current | DC, is the flow of an electric charge in one direction and can be manipulated to replicate sine, square or triangular waves. Direct Current sources vary from Batteries, Solar Cells, Fuel Cells, Thermocouple, Piezoelectric and Radioactive Materials to Rectified and Regulated Supplies. Direct Current is preferred and implemented within all electronic systems from power supplies, fixed or inductive charging systems, computing, telephony, radio, electrochemical, aircraft, railway or hybrid motor vehicles. Electronic circuit design with regard to any constant direct current sources are protected from continuous changes in values of voltages or currents with respect to time as it does for AC design. Alternating Current | AC, is generated in many forms from the common sine waves of single or three phase systems to multiple poly phase systems of thirty-six phases. Additionally, phases may or may not be sinusoidal in nature and the frequency is expressed in the number of cycles per second, Hertz. Power transmissions across vast distances are achieved by maintaining high voltages with the aid of transformers throughout the electricity grid. When stepping down to a three-phase consumer supply, a transformer with a Delta (3-wire) primary and a Star (4-wire) secondary are often utilised. There are specific elements of AC power systems from Power Factor corrections of the relationship between Real and Apparent Power loading considerations through to Reactive Power; Complex Power; Voltage and Current Phase Relationships. Balanced power and high frequency design is essential to reduce harmonic distortion by way of capacitive and inductive loading or filtration and with regard to any leading or lagging voltages or currents. |

The Ohm’s Law explains the relationship between: V or E (Voltage or Electromotive Force) [Volt | V], which is a product of: I (Current) [Amp | A]; and R (Resistance) [Ohm | Ω]. The amount of electric current through a metal conductor in a circuit is directly proportional to the voltage impressed across it, for a given temperature at that moment. Electron | e, has a charge of 1.602’176’57×10^ ^{−19} coulomb.Coulomb | C, is a measure of electric charge proportional to the number of electrons in an imbalanced state and is equal to approximately 6,250,000,000,000,000,000 [6.25×10 ^{18}] electrons.Current | I, is the flow of electric charge passing between two points in an electric circuit per unit time, with the electric charge of one Coulomb, per second. Unit of measure: Ampere | A Resistance | R, is the measured opposition to motion of free electrons through a circuit. Unit of measure: Ohm | Ω Voltage | V, is the measure of “potential energy per unit charge” available for electrons from one point to another within a circuit. Unit of measure: Volt | V Electrical Power | P, is the measure of the rate of expending energy by the production of an electric charge of Coulombs (Q) over Time (t) and passing through an electric potential differential voltage (V). Power (P) = QV/t = Current (I) x Voltage (V). Unit of measure: Watt | W Electrical Potential Energy | U _{E}, is the measure of stored electrical energy within a system. The joule, is a derived unit of energy and is equal to the energy expended in passing an electric current of one Ampere through a resistance of one Ohm for one Second. V=J/C | Voltage is equal to Joules of electric potential energy per Coulomb of charge. Unit of measure: Joule | JDirect Current | DC, is the flow of an electric charge in one direction and can be manipulated to replicate sine, square or triangular waves. Direct Current sources vary from Batteries, Solar Cells, Fuel Cells, Thermocouple, Piezoelectric and Radioactive Materials to Rectified and Regulated Supplies. Direct Current is preferred and implemented within all electronic systems from power supplies, fixed or inductive charging systems, computing, telephony, radio, electrochemical, aircraft, railway or hybrid motor vehicles. Electronic circuit design with regard to any constant direct current sources are protected from continuous changes in values of voltages or currents with respect to time as it does for AC design. Alternating Current | AC, is generated in many forms from the common sine waves of single or three phase systems to multiple poly phase systems of thirty-six phases. Additionally, phases may or may not be sinusoidal in nature and the frequency is expressed in the number of cycles per second, Hertz. Power transmissions across vast distances are achieved by maintaining high voltages with the aid of transformers throughout the electricity grid. When stepping down to a three-phase consumer supply, a transformer with a Delta (3-wire) primary and a Star (4-wire) secondary are often utilised. There are specific elements of AC power systems from Power Factor corrections of the relationship between Real and Apparent Power loading considerations through to Reactive Power; Complex Power; Voltage and Current Phase Relationships. Balanced power and high frequency design is essential to reduce harmonic distortion by way of capacitive and inductive loading or filtration and with regard to any leading or lagging voltages or currents. |

Invented in 1827 by Georg Simon Ohm. |

Invented in 1827 by Georg Simon Ohm. |

Invented in 1827 by Georg Simon Ohm. |

Invented in 1827 by Georg Simon Ohm. |

Invented in 1827 by Georg Simon Ohm. |