How to determine the Charging Current

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by jcr40e, Sep 13, 2010.

  1. jcr40e

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    Determine the charging current I if the EMF E and the internal Resistance of the battery are 6V and 0.5 ohms?
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  2. timrobbins

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    Write out Kirchoff equations for the main nodes for us - that will be a help!
     
  3. marshallf3

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    Yea, those are probably on the previous page in the textbook.

    Plenty of people in the Homework thread that have mastered the Kirchoff stuff who I'm sure can help since it's fresh on their minds, in all honesty once I got through that stuff decades ago I never wanted to see it again.
     
  4. Kermit2

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    I hate math problems too!

    :)

    Are you sure nobody will do them for me?
     
  5. AMIT_GOHEL

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    Use any circuit simulater software and find the stuffs you want...simple...

    This's the simples solution who hate maths..
    Actuly more or less i also hate maths..so solving problems in such a way...
     
  6. victorhugo289

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    Gee, your circuit is really big, but hard as I look and reee-look I see no charging device here! only resistors and cells.
     
  7. Kermit2

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    I wonder how many times he has checked back here to see if one of us gullible helpful types has done his homework for him?
     
  8. JoeJester

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    Probably a couple of times ... and since it wasn't bearing fruit, the OP moved on like those before him. One and done.
     
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