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Circuits with Multiple Batteries-Introduction and Effect

Circuits with Multiple Batteries-Introduction and Effect

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  As time and humanity progresses you may notice that the technology advances along with time as well, humans have learned to create so many complicated circuits that serve their functions and assist humanity in working out the problems that were previously UN solvable. By creating complex circuits we are now able to create so many basic appliances that in the present day if word absent the basic electrical functions of the world will halt. In examples of complex circuits you may find these two terminologies the most common ones, first is known as a transformer, which basically uses a sort of magnetic induction four amplifying up the voltage and therefore transporting the electric current over vast distances. These Transformers are very important in powerhouses, and there are off two types of step up electrical transformer and a step down electrical transformer. Both of which respectively function to increase the voltage of that particular current and decrease the voltage of that particular current for electrical appliances and voltage factories.  Another complex circuit example is that of an amplifier, which consists of a series of several resistances and junctions’ thatserve the function of raising the current to a particular value or decreasing the current to a particular value in small scale circuits. The best thing about having these sorts of circuits is that they tend to serve the complex functions that are required in the circuits of laptops and Android phones which are more than just applying energy to a particular piece of electrical device.

  One such example is that of a multi loop battery circuit, this is the type of circuit in which there are many batteries involved and therefore they are required to provide energy or output to a appliance that requires high voltage. To understand what a multi loop circuit is we must first understand what the components of a multi loop circuit are. A multi-loop circuit is a type of circuit which has many junctions and branches and there is more than one battery that is attached in a circuit, they can be attached in series, they can also be attached in a parallel fashion. multi loop circuits usually involve a junction which is a terminology used for a point within that circuit which requires more than one wires to crossover each other, The other is known as a branch  which is basically a, buck that is formed between two types of junctions or just two junctions.

  Solving Circuit With Multiple Batteries

  Solving a circuit with multiple batteries requires basically two rules both of which were proposed by Kirchhoff. These were the rules that were used to explain and analyze the circuits which include multiple loops and junctions as well as branches, usually a circuit would consist of only just one battery a resistor and a amplifier to make it a complex one however when the number of batteries increases the circuit tends to become much more trickier to solve. There are basically two rules and the first rule states thatThe sum of electrical currents that is coming into a junction is equal to the sum of currents that is leaving the junction, this is known as the junctional rule. The second rule is then loop rule and it explains that the potential differences across all the points within the circuit when summed up are equal to 0. Using these two equations we will be able to solve almost every circuit that involves more than just one battery, provided that you use the voltmeters and ammeters in a proper manner and get the correct values. When measuring the values you must always make sure that the values are taken in several numbers so that you get a clean and an even average number.

  Can you have multiple batteries in a single circuit?

  Yes we can have multiple batteries in a single circuit; this can be done in a very simple manner however the actual geometry of the circle has to be defined in a very careful manner. This is important because if you are attaching several batteries in a series order that means that the total sum of the current that is being provided by the collective sum of the batteries will be accumulated, and considered as a single battery. On the other hand, if you are placing the multiple batteries in the form of a parallel circuit then the potential differences of the batteries that are supplying to the electrical appliances within the circuit will remain same but the current that is being provided to the electrical appliances will decrease in number or value. That is why you always have to make sure that what sort of arrangement you are using to attach the batteries within a particular circuit. Most of the time people connect him batteries within a series circuit and the purpose of that is to make sure that there is more than enough current value rather than the actual voltage value, the reason for that is some's appliances require a higher current value to function and perform their duties on the other hand there are some devices which may not require any current value of higher values but a voltage of high potential difference. However if you take into consideration the possibility, then yes, you can attach multiple batteries in a single circuit, that will affect or how the system works.

  What happens when you add more loops in a circuit?

  According to the law of Kirchhoff, The second rule which is the rule of loop or theloop law shows that the potential differences across all the points within a circuit must always be equal to 0 when summed up together. therefore doesn't matter how many loops will add in a circuit the only thing that matters is that the potential difference of the circuit must remain 0 otherwise the circuit will not function in a proper manner and you will not be able to analyze the properties of that systemic circuit in a proper manner.

 

 

 

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