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Transcript
Direct Current
Circuits
CHAPTER 18
Sources of emf

The source that maintains
the current in a closed
circuit is called a source of
emf.
Any devices that increase the
potential energy of charges
circulating in circuits are
sources of emf.
 Examples include batteries
and generators.


SI units are Volts

The emf is the work done
per unit charge.
emf and Internal Resistance
A real battery has some internal
resistance.
 Therefore, the terminal voltage is not
equal to the emf.
 The terminal voltage is ΔV = Vb-Va
 ΔV = ε – Ir
 For the entire
circuit, ε = IR + Ir

Resistors in Series


When two or more resistors are
connected end-to-end, they are
said to be in series.
The current is the same in all
resistors because any charge that
flows through one resistor flows
through the other.
 Ieq

= I1 = I2 = …
The sum of the potential
differences across the resistors is
equal to the total potential
difference across the combination.
Resistors in Series

Potentials add:



The equivalent resistance has the effect
on the circuit as the original
combination of resistors.


ΔV = IR1 + IR2 = I (R1+R2)
Consequence of Conservation of Energy
Req = R1 + R2 + R3 + …
The equivalent resistance of a series
combination of resistors is the
algebraic sum of the individual
resistances and is always greater than
any of the individual resistors.
Sample Problem
Four resistors are
arranged as shown in the
figure. Find (a) the
equivalent resistance and
(b) the current in the circuit
if the emf of the battery
is 6.0 V.
Resistors in Parallel

The potential difference across
each resistor is the same
because each is connected
directly across the battery
terminals.


∆Veq = ∆V1 + ∆V2 + …
The current, I, that enters a point
must be equal to the total
current leaving that point.



I = I 1 + I2
The currents are generally not the
same.
Consequence of Conservation of
Charge.
Resistors in Parallel

Equivalent resistance can replace
the original resistances:
1
1
1
1




R eq R1 R 2 R 3

The inverse of the equivalent
resistance of two or more resistors
connected in parallel is the
algebraic sum of the inverses of
the individual resistance.

The equivalent is always less than the
smallest resistor in the group.
Sample Problem
Three resistors are
connected in parallel as in
the figure. A potential
difference of 18 V is
maintained between
points a and b. (a) Find
the current in each resistor.
(b) Calculate the power
delivered to each resistor
and the total power
delivered to the three
resistors.
Sample Problem
Four resistors are
connected as shown in the
figure. (a) Find the
equivalent resistance
between points a and c.
(b) What is the current in
each resistor if the
terminals of a 42 V
battery are connected
between a and c?
Sample Problem
(a) Find the
equivalent resistance
between points a
and b in the figure.
(b) Calculate the
current in each
resistor if a potential
difference of 34.0 V
is applied between
points a and b.
Sample Problem
Find the current in
the 12 Ω resistor.
Household Circuits


The utility company
distributes electric power to
individual houses with a pair
of wires.
Electrical devices in the house
are connected in parallel
with those wires.


Each appliance has a Power
rating. (e.g. hairdryer is
1500W)
The potential difference
between the wires is about
120V.
Electrical Safety



Electric shock can result in fatal burns.
Electric shock can cause the muscles of vital organs (such as the
heart) to malfunction..
The degree of damage depends on:




The magnitude of the current.
The length of time it acts.
The part of the body through which it passes.
Effects of various currents:

5 mA or less



10 mA



Can cause a sensation of shock
Generally little or no damage
Hand muscles contract
May be unable to let go of a live wire
100 mA

If passes through the body for just a few seconds, can be fatal
Ground Wire


Electrical equipment
manufacturers use
electrical cords that
have a third wire,
called a case ground.
Prevents shocks.
240-V Connections




Heavy-duty appliances may
require 240 V to operate.
The power company provides
another wire at 120 V below
ground potential.
High voltage appliances are
safer if they have three prong
plugs going into a three hole
outlet.
The 3rd prong is the Earth
(Ground) wire which draws
any stray electricity or built
up static away.
Direct Current
Circuits
THE
END
CHAPTER 18