define heating effect

Asked by  | 9th Dec, 2008, 06:55: AM

Expert Answer:

The Joule's law of heating effect of current states that the heat produced in a simple electric circuit is proportional to the square of the current (i) , resistance (R) and time (t) for which the current flows :

H = i2 Rt / J

Answered by  | 9th Dec, 2008, 05:21: PM

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