In these thought experiments wires have zero resistance, which is how Steve and I calculated infinite current.Wires have resistance too, they are not perfect conductors.
In these thought experiments wires have zero resistance, which is how Steve and I calculated infinite current.Wires have resistance too, they are not perfect conductors.
I think you can get an infinite current theoretically in a DC circuit. If you consider AC circuits, I believe you cannot get infinite current due to the inductance of the wires even if they have zero resistance.In these thought experiments wires have zero resistance, which is how Steve and I calculated infinite current.
Very good!. His definition of Kirchoff's Law's match that in Maxwell's Treatise. In my view, these are the best definitions available.His description of Kirchoff's laws is self explanatory, but reading chapter 5 of this book explains the difference between EMF and PD very well as it explains the relationship between the electric field integral and emf.
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