Alternating & Direct Current

Alternating & Direct Current - generators. Direct...

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Saman Rukh Khan BS MC 2K10
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Lets first talk about …. Current !!! Electrical current is a measure of the amount of electrical charge transferred per unit time. Basically It represents the flow of electrons through a conductive material.
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Types of current there are two types of flow of current . Alternating Current (AC) Direct Current (DC)
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Alternating Current (AC) An electric current that reverses direction in a circuit at regular intervals. It is called alternating current because it “alternates” its direction. Produced by
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Unformatted text preview: generators. Direct Current (DC) An electric current flowing in one direction only in a circuit. It is called direct current because it just keeps flowing directly in one direction. Produced by batteries and DC generators. Uses of AC & DC AC is commonly used to power up our houses, industries etc. DC is used in smaller circuits such as light emitting diode (LED) etc. everything else you need to know about DC & AC is explained in this video coming up. :-D Video !!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL9mog2YYU...
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