state joule laws of heating
Asked by mr.bhaveshsadana | 26th Mar, 2021, 01:07: PM
According to Joule’s law of heating, the amount of heat produced 'H' in a conductor is:
(a) directly proportional to the square of the current I
(b) directly proportional to the resistance 'R' of the conductor, and
(c) directly proportional to the time 't' during which the current flows.
Therefore, according to Joule’s law
H = I2Rt
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 26th Mar, 2021, 01:40: PM
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