Kudos to you for the idea! I will start by noting that it will be very difficult to make a system like this dummy-proof, (read "kids") or even...

...A resistor is only a reasonable option if all of the following apply: 1) The current draw from the battery is always the same. 2) The current...

...control a little DC motor with a 9V battery, but now I'm trying to apply it to a real treadmill and I'm in way over my head. I just spent two...

...agree with that or no? Also, if we see a phase angle difference we have to apply that information as well, such as in the power factor...

...proportional to the square of the voltage. It does not necessarily apply to other types of loads. So your example for a resistive load is...

...which ones take precedence? Which mathematical relations i should apply? I don't know how current divides between two paths of zero resistance....

...between two paths of zero resistance? All you can do is use the mathematical relations that apply, and decide which ones should take precedence.

...of each respective windings, if you can establish the turns/volt of a known winding, it will apply to all. A general rule is 2 to 3 t/volt. Max.

I suspect that your arduino cannot sample fast enough to give you an accurate reading. You might try 50-100 Hz. Volume resistivity...

...inside the paste (jumper wires attached to them). Two outer probes apply AC signals (Sin waves- Frequency 1 kHz- Voltage(peak to peak)= 10 V)...

That 2.8 (actually about 7 ms) milliseconds delay between detectors is very important. First you have signal wave that's not electromagnetic...

...for designing a state machine with autonomous controls, I tried to apply it to this problem. Each sequential variable is analyzed for each...

I'd apply a 12V square wave of a few kHz to the T Source pin (11). That will ensure the bootstrap is working.

...if any changes to the marking were done and from what batches those apply.. Could be fake parts..could be good parts and they make have simply...

You can also apply an AC source to the primary and measure the secondary voltage. The safest way to do this would be starting with a known...

If there were no people in the world the physical reality of the event still occurs.

The argument seems to be whether the laws of physics apply whether or not someone can observe them. So just limit the question to what happens...

When i did the t=l/R i found the value of L and apply the formula V=l(Di/dt) then i have -200e^-1000t and when i did that by your method finding...

That worked. Thanks

The part b of the exercise tell you the value of i_{L}(t).