Sample corona loss calculation based on Peek's formula. As can be seen in Fig. One way of getting lines with a larger effective radius is through the use of bundles, where separate, but close lines are kept at the same voltage via intermittent connectors.
The current through a certain wire depends on two things: You can verify his results with the following experiment.
Vary the voltage applied to the wire and take a set of readings of current and voltage. Keep the current below 0.
Plot a graph of these readings. The experiment should show you that there is a steady rise in current for a steady rise in applied voltage. In other words the current through a conductor is directly proportional to the potential difference between its ends.
Ohm's Law states that: The ratio of the current in a conductor to the potential difference voltage difference between it ends is a constant as long as the temperature stays constant.
You can write this in an equation as: The resistance of a piece of wire is 1 ohm if a current of 1 A flows through it when a voltage of 1 V is applied between its ends. If you plot a graph of current through a piece of wire against the voltage applied you should get a result like the one shown in the diagram.
Remember that the temperature of the wire must not change. Ohm's Law is often written: A 6V battery is connected to a small electromagnet and a current of 1. What is the resistance of the electromagnet? A current of 0. What voltage is needed to do this? Using an ammeter and a voltmeter to measure resistance To measure the resistance of say a piece of wire or a resistor we must find the voltage potential difference between its two ends and the current flowing through it.
To do this we use the circuit shown in the diagram. An ammeter is always connected in series with the component and a voltmeter is always connected in parallel with the component. Devise and carry out an experiment to measure the accuracy of eight similar resistors.
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nichrome wire, wound on a plastic comb, may be used in this experiment. This has a resistance of approximately Ω.