Chapter 21 Electric Current and DirectCurrent Circuit


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1 Chapter 21 Electric Current and DirectCurrent Circuit Outline 211 Electric Current 212 Resistance and Ohm s Law 213 Energy and Power in Electric Circuit 214 Resistance in Series and Parallel 215 Kirchhoff s Rules 216 Circuits containing Capacitors 217 RC Circuits
2 213 Energy and Power in Electric Circuit Deriving electric power in a circuit If a charge Q moves across a potential difference V, its electrical potential energy, U, changes by the amount U = ( Q) V Since the power is the rate of the energy changes with time, we have U ( Q) V P t t Electric Power P = I V (214) SI unit: watt, W V R 2 2 Also P, P I R
3 Problem A portable CD player operates with a current of 22 ma at a potential difference of 4.1 V. (a) What is the power usage of the CD players? (b) What is the electric energy the player used in 2 hours of time?
4 Solution: (a) From Eq. (214): P IV A 4.1 V W (b) The total energy in 2 hours is: U P t 0.09 (2 3600) 648 Joules
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7 Energy Usage 1 kilowatt hour (kwh) = (1000 W) (3600 s) = 3.6 x 10 6 J 1 J= 1/(3.6x10 6 ) kwh Problem The current in a 120V reading lamp is 2.3 A. If the cost of electrical energy $0.075 per kilowatthour, how much does it cost to operate the light for an hour?
8 Solution: 1. Calculate the power delivered to the lamp: 2. Multiply P by t to find : P IV 2.3 A 120 V 280 W U P t 0.28 kw 1.0 h 0.28 kwh 3. Multiply by the cost per kilowatthour: cost 0.28 kwh $0.075 kwh $0.021
9 214 Resistors in Series and Parallel Electric circuit often consist of a number of resistors in various ways. To make the circuit simple, a group of resistors can be expressed as an equivalent resistor that has the same resistance for the circuit. Resistors in Series Resistors are connected one after the other, and that they have the same current I through each resistor. Figure 216 Resistors in Series
10 Deriving Equivalent Resistance In Fig 216 (a), since the total potential difference from point A to point B must be equal to the emf of the battery V1 V2 V3 IR1 IR2 IR3 I( R R R ) Similarly, in Fig 216 (b), we have IR eq Compare the above two equations, we have R R R R eq 1 2 3
11 Equivalent Resistance for Resistors in Series R R R R R eq SI unit: ohm, Ω
12 Example 215 Three Resistors in Series A circuit consists of three resistors connected in series to a 24.0 V battery. The current in the circuit is A. Given that R 1 =250.0 Ω and R 2 =150.0 Ω. Find (a) the value of R 3, and (b) the potential different across each resistor.
13 Solution Part (a) According to Ohm s law, the equivalent resistor is 24.0V 2 Req I A Since R R R R eq Part (b) eq we have R R R R Find the potential difference at each resistor, that is current times resistor, respectively V IR ( A)(250.0 ) 8.00 V 1 1 V IR ( A)(150.0 ) 4.80 V V3 IR3 ( A)( ) 11.2 V
14 Resistors in Parallel Resistors are connected in parallel, and they have the same potential difference. Figure 218 Resistors in Parallel
15 Deriving Equivalent Resistance In Fig 218 (a), since the total current I is equal to the sum of the current through each resistor, I I1 I2 I3 Since all resistors have the same potential difference, IR IR IR Substitute into the first Eq, we have I ( ) R1 R2 R3 R1 R2 R3 Now, from Fig 218(b), according to Ohm s law, one has I 1 ( ) R eq
16 Equivalent Resistance for Resistors in Parallel R eq R1 R2 R3 R SI unit: ohm, Ω
17 EXAMPLE 216 Three Resistors in Parallel A circuit consists of three resistors, R 1 =250.0 Ω, R 2 =150.0 Ω, R 3 =350.0 Ω and are connected in parallel with a 24.0 V battery. Find (a) the total current supplied by the battery and (b) the current through each resistor. Example 216 Three Resistors in Parallel
18 Solution Part (a) Find the equivalent resistor Req R R R R eq ( ) So, the total current is I V 24.0V R eq A
19 Part (b) Find the currents at each resistor I 1 V 24.0V R A I 2 V 24.0V R A I 3 V 24.0V R A I I I I 1 2 3?
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22 Combination Circuits A electric circuit may be more complex, which include resistors both in parallel and series. In this case, we can still applied the equivalent resistors in each part, individually Figure Analyzing a Complex Circuit of Resistors
23 Example 217 Combination Special In a circuit shown in the diagram, the emf of the battery is 12.0 V, and all the resistors have a resistance of Ω. Find the current applied by the battery to this circuit. Example 217 Combination Special
24 Solution 1) Find the equivalent resistor of the two resistors R R R R eq, lower 2 2) Find the equivalent resistor of the whole circuit R R 2R 2R eq R eq 2 2 R (200.0 ) ) Find the current of the whole circuit I 12.0V R eq A
25 Summary Energy and Power in Electric Circuit U ( Q) V P t t P = I V (214) Resistance in Series and Parallel R R R R R eq R eq R1 R2 R3 R
26 Exercise 212 A handheld electric fan operates on a 3.00V battery. If the power generated by the fan is 2.24 W, what is the current supplied by the battery? Solution Since P=IV, we have IV P I(3.00 V) 2.24W 2.24W I V A
27 Exercise 213 Heated Resistance A battery with an emf of 12 V is connected to a 545 Ω resistor. How much energy is dissipated in the resistor in 65 s? Solution 1) Find the power dissipated on the resistor: P = VI = V 2 / R = (12V) 2 / (546 Ω) = 0.26 W 2) The energy dissipated is U = P t = (0.26 W) (65 s) = 17 J
28 Example 214 A holiday goose is cooked in the kitchen oven for 4.00 h. The oven current is 20.0 A and it operates at V voltage. The cost of electrical energy is $0.048 per KWH. How much does it cost to cook your goose?
29 Solution 1) Find the power of the oven P = IV = (20.0 A)(220.0 V) = 4.40 x10 3 W 2) The total energy in 4.00 h is U = P t = (4.40 x10 3 W)(4.00x60x60 s) = 6.34x10 7 J =6.34x10 7 / (3.6x10 6 ) kwh =17.6 kwh 3) The total cost is Cost = (17.6 kwh) ($0.048/kWh) = $0.84
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