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### 5.Heating Effect of Electric Current Physics Class 10

Current flowing through a conductor produces heat. This heat depends on quantity of current flowing through the conductor, time and resistance of the conductor. We can write: H α I² […]

### 7. Sum of Electrical Power Electrical Energy Consumed by a Resistive Load

Three sums of electrical power have been discussed in this video. This is the second part of sum discussion . Sum 1: A water heater has a rating of 4 […]

### 6.Sum of Electrical Power Physics Class 10

Three sums of electrical power have been discussed. Here. This sum will give a basic idea of finding electrical power and electrical energy consumed by a load or electrical energy […]

### 4. Rating of Electrical Appliance and Calculation of Electrical parameters

Rating of Electrical Appliance:These are normal rating of electrical appliances available in the market. Electric bulb-100W, 60W, 15W Fluorescent tube- 40W, 20 W, 80W CFL lamp- 5W, 15W, 20 W, […]

### 3 Commercial Unit Of Electrical Energy Physics Class 10

Th S.I. unit of energy is joul(J). Let the power (p) of an electrical appliance = P wattLet it is used for t seconds. Then Electrical energy consumed (W) = […]

### 2.Electrical Power and its Expression For Class 10

Electrical Power: Rate of electrical energy supplied by a source e.g. a power station or an alternator or a dc battery etc is called electrical power. ∴ Power = Electrical […]

### Ohm’s Law of Current Electricity Physics Class 10

Ohm’s Law: It can be defined as “The potential difference (P.D.) across a conductor is proportional to the current flowing through it provided that physical conditions remain constant.” If V […]

### 1.Electrical Energy Equation Class 10 Physics

Suppose a Current I flows through a circuit as shown in the figure. The voltage across the resistance is V . The P.D. is the work done to move a […]