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# Electricity , frequency... need help

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posted on Dec, 16 2006 @ 11:00 PM
hello, i was wondering if someone could point me to a web site that teaches people about electricity and correlation between V and frequency and if you manipulate the frequency what happens to the current. stuff like that.. im very interested in it.

thank you.

[edit on 16-12-2006 by thedangler]

posted on Dec, 16 2006 @ 11:04 PM
Okay, here is a GOGGLE search for alternating current

I think you should find what you need there. Or at least it is a start, to get you going in the right direction.

and some basics here:

www.school-for-champions.com...

[edit on 12/16/2006 by Mechanic 32]

posted on Dec, 16 2006 @ 11:11 PM
I can tune you in a little mate, The current isn't so "much" dependent on frequency as thats a function of the Voltage applied ( Volts ) and the resistivity of the circuit.

The best way of laymanning it is like this, imagine a pump pumping water through a pipe. The pump and its pressure = Volts and the water flow = Amps ( current ). The diameter of the pipe ( acts resistively ) so at a certain pressure only so much water can flow without upping the pressure. If you restrict the diameter of the pipe then less water can flow and a greater pressure drop occurs across this pipe ( Volt Drop ).

Frequency is a different beast as if you were to use AC in the above senario you would have to imagine a pump that can reverse itself which is impractible for layman terms.

Typically you use a function of Voltage Applied or resistive variance to change current ( in simple terms ) but you can also use chokes ( Inductors ) to limit inrush currents and to boost voltages used in circuits to provide an inductive kick like in the case of Car Coils.

posted on Dec, 16 2006 @ 11:12 PM
thank you very much... ill come back with my advanched knownledge and change the world... hope fully.

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