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What is an Alternating current? Answered

it is always easy to understand the working of Direct current, but I need to know about Alternating current right from the basics till advance. I would be grateful if you could help me understand about Alternating current better.

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steveastroukrickharris

Answer 1 year ago

MOST of my circuit theory classes were AC, transient, steady state, classical methods, Laplace transforms - three years of it.

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rickharrissteveastrouk

Answer 1 year ago

Didn't go that deep. Just enough to be able understand how little we knew and maintain generators etc.

90% of the course was electronics, Radio and Radar Theory - Yawn.

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DeeptiR3

1 year ago

Thanks, everyone. These links were useful to grasp a good amount of Idea about AC current. :)

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Jack A LopezJosehf Murchison

Answer 1 year ago

About a month ago here, someone asked a question about three phase AC,

https://www.instructables.com/answers/What-is-a-th...

and there was this pretty sweet Youtube video that got linked to in that discussion. It had this, elaborate demo apparatus, built from syringes and vinyl tubing, and it was totally worth seeing. In fact, I'll re-link it here:

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icengJack A Lopez

Answer 1 year ago

As before, this is the water analogy taken to the extreme ie three phase...

Now someone will probably figure out how to water demo a lag or lead phase angle...

Just wait for it when they solve the black hole conundrum :)

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icengkelseymh

Answer 1 year ago

Yes, thank you, I found it very interesting path grouping... Especially the Pohonon quasiparticle that is is tied in with Hawking radiation and ultimate BH evaporation.

As result, I can theorize an analogy situation where pressure pre-leads flow of an compressible fluid..

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Vyger

1 year ago

Get a good text book and study it.