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- Q:Why does the electrical current in a wire cause the resistance of the wire to increase?
- Temp. increases with increasing current because the wire dissipates more electrical power. P VI I^2*R. At normal temperatures a higher temperature means more resistance because more thermal motion of ions causes scattering of electrons. Scattering is random motion rather than the expected motion in the direction of (electron) current flow. From the ref., Near room temperatures, the thermal motion of ions is the primary source of scattering of electrons (due to destructive interference of free electron wave on non-correlating potentials of ions), and is thus the prime cause of metal resistance. If you are wondering about resistance behavior at lower temperatures, the ref. says At lower temperatures (less than the Debye temperature), the resistance decreases as T^5 due to the electrons scattering off of phonons. At even lower temperatures, the dominant scattering mechanism for electrons is other electrons, and the resistance decreases as T^2. EDIT: You said why does a decrease in the current cause an increase in the resistance; I think you're talking about some nonlinear effect that's typically associated with semiconductors, not metals.
- Q:Using electrical tape to ground wire in car?
- No, it wont work. You need the bare wire conneted to the metal. The metal needs to be bare as well, no paint on it. At the very least you need to strip an inch or two of the wire, loosen up a screw that goes into metal floor, steering column, etc and wrap wire around screw and tighten screw back up with wire under it. Or do it the correct way of crimping or soldering on a ring term and putting ring under a screw
- Q:Patching a cut electrical wire?
- Most likely you have 220 going to your shed, so you are going to want to be careful with this. first how big is the cut? if you just nicked the wire (cutting the insulation only), then go to the hardware store and buy some direct burial silicone cover for the wire and slip the nicked portion in the silicone to prevent any water from traveling through the wire and corroding the wire. If you cut the wire you are going to need to wire nut it back together. then put in silicone cover. the reason you cannot simply tape a cut wire is that the thicker the cable the lower the resistance through the wire, and the thinner the cable the greater the resistance. by reducing the cross section of the wire, the wire will heat up because of the resistance, and potentially catch the insulation on fire.
- Q:I'm wiring the electrical on a new dishwasher?
- Your correct that the middle wire is the ground. To identify the neutral is rather simple. Just look at the insulation on the cord. The power (black) wire will be smooth and the neutral (white) will have a rib in the insulation that you can see and feel. Then its simple to connect the wires in the DW juct. box and YES! you need to use wire nuts for best , safest connection. Be careful and good luck.
- Q:WHAT GAUGE ELECTRICAL WIRE?
- Assuming you are using 240 volts you can run #10 AWG the voltage drop will only be 7.2 volts not enough to be of any worry, The same goes for 120v @ a 7.2 volt loss using # 10 AWG
- Q:Can I run PVC conduit (UF rated) without burying it to run electrical wire to a new outdoor outlet?
- Could you use the existing conduit to add another circuit in the area of your new fan? Run the circuit throught the attic? Romex, or UF can not be installed in conduit, but may be surface run in exposed areas, if protected from physical damage.
- Q:Electrical wiring on tractor.?
- Put out rat bait
- Q:Will the installation of the socket and switch what are the requirements? How should the wire tube be discharged?
- In the choice of power lines, the equipment power must be known, with this known conditions, the use of three-phase AC power formula, the current, the formula: P (electric power) = √3 × 380 (three Voltage) × I (current) × cosφ, the formula cosφ for the inductive load reactive power loss, conservative some of the constant 0
- Q:How do I stop my Maine Coon cat from chewing all my electrical wires?
- My cats did that too for some time when they were very young. You might need to consider hiding wires - there are covers available in hardware stores (Home Depot has a lot of them). If you can't it would be best to spray them with something cats dislike - citrus smell would do or a repellent from a pet store. It works fine. A bottle would cost you max. 4-5$ and it will last for a while. And by no means do not hit your cats as some other suggested - gee, hit them instead (no, just kidding). if you raise your voice and say NO to your cat as she tries to chew on wires she will eventually learn it is not a good thing to do. All of the above methods worked on my 2 cats - now I leave them home alone and no cables are touched - and I have a lot of wires.
- Q:No ground in old electrical wiring???
- Get an inexpensive wire tester. You can usually find a ground with a third wire (that you provide) that you can connect with the junction box—which should run to ground. I'm concerned about the black and white wires that are connected—an electrician may well be in your best interests.
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