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Understanding Ohm's Law with one picture

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  • #2
    Piotr2608

    Level 39  
    Such bland but ...
    Understanding Ohm's Law with one picture
  • #5
    Xantix
    Level 40  
    gulson wrote:
    In the 1970s, Ohm's law was so easily explained.

    Well on the course for an electrical qualification certificate (colloquially, SEP), the instructor, in this picture, explained to some people what voltage, current or resistance.
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    MiernikZKauflanda
    Level 20  
    In total, I have the impression that this picture of the Internet more than visited the world :D
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    And!
    Admin group Design
  • #9
    silvvester
    Level 24  
    MiernikZKauflanda wrote:
    In total, I have the impression that this picture of the Internet more than visited the world


    Perhaps I borrowed my avatar from a book, I do not remember. I've been through too much.

    They systematically explained the issues to the soldiers, unfortunately courses in English.
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAA9B0175C3E15B47
  • #10
    JacekCz
    Level 37  
    zgierzman wrote:

    It is worth coming back to this, as even technical school graduates do not lurk Ohm, Kirchoff and other countrymen ...


    In mass culture, and this cretinism is repeated people who are considered to be electronics / electricians Ohm's law is the version of "current is spreading on the line of the least resistance", or even more "on the smallest line of resistance." Here at the electrode I also got OPR from such experts.
  • #11
    MiernikZKauflanda
    Level 20  
    JacekCz wrote:
    the current propagates along the line of the least resistance

    It is unfortunate that there is overinterpretation and, as a result, even various heresies. Half poor when a middle school / high school student will say yes, but not a professional electronics.

    JacekCz wrote:
    In mass culture

    In mass culture there is always a conviction that electricity and tension are the same. The above-mentioned sentence is already science-fiction :D
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    1repcaK
    Level 21  
    MiernikZKauflanda wrote:
    JacekCz wrote:
    the current propagates along the line of the least resistance

    It is unfortunate that there is overinterpretation and, as a result, even various heresies.

    Exactly, I was faced with the idea that current would flow ONLY through the smaller of the two parallel resistors :cry: greetings
  • #13
    JacekCz
    Level 37  
    1repcaK wrote:
    MiernikZKauflanda wrote:
    JacekCz wrote:
    the current propagates along the line of the least resistance

    It is unfortunate that there is overinterpretation and, as a result, even various heresies.

    Exactly, I was faced with the idea that current would flow ONLY through the smaller of the two parallel resistors :cry: greetings



    Sometimes, in the very middle of technical sciences, I will VERY associate with the humanities.

    Indeed, their rhetoric was too much of a sackcloth
    (Marek Tulliusz was in the grave)
    tautology chains, some concepts like flails
    dialectics of the perpetrators of no distinction in reasoning
    syntax deprived of beauty of prosperity


    Gustav Robert Kirchhoff turns over the grave.
    For 30 years, this poem has a dimension for me can be said canonical or biblical, especially this one koniuktiw
  • #14
    wada

    VIP. A meritorious for the electrode
    1repcaK wrote:
    Exactly, I was faced with the idea that current would flow ONLY through the smaller of the two parallel resistors :cry: greetings

    Smaller - size or resistance?
    How size is:
    Someone might have been right - in Wcz systems, as well as inverters where there are pins with a short time, with resistors with the same resistance, but with different size or power, there will be a big difference, the resistor inductance will affect it :D
    And when it comes to different resistances, it can happen differently, the opposite situation may occur.
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    1repcaK
    Level 21  
    And right, but then it was a different situation :)
  • #16
    IC_Current
    Network and Internet Specialist
    Statements of such my "students":
    1. This diagram consists of a resistor with voltage and a second resistor. Two-stage voltage setting because the resistor (1) causes the voltage to decrease in this system
    2. A current is connected to the resistors which causes the current in the circuit to drop
    3. Question how to connect it?
    A: Cable
    Q: Cable? What cable?
    About: Wireless.
  • #17
    zaborro
    Level 1  
    Understanding Ohm's Law with one picture

    In my school there was such a picture in the electrotechnical workshop.