## Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Series and Parallel Circuits

In practical and industrial applications, current flows through various receivers, which are connected to each other by conductive wires (often metallic).

The electrical devices in question can be lamps, switches, resistors, capacitors, sensors, coils, amplifiers, and much more. By connecting receivers to a generator, with conductive electric wires (often metallic), an electric circuit is obtained.

The electrical circuits are represented / drawn by following some fairly strict rules, which serve as standards. Each component is represented by a standardized symbol, the most common being illustrated in the diagram to the right. The threads are represented by straight lines.

This physics video tutorial explains series and parallel circuits.
It contains plenty of examples, equations, formulas, and practice problems showing you how to solve it with all of the necessary calculations.

Series and Parallel Circuits

In practical and industrial applications, current flows through various receivers, which are connected to each other by conductive wires (often metallic).

The electrical devices in question can be lamps, switches, resistors, capacitors, sensors, coils, amplifiers, and much more. By connecting receivers to a generator, with conductive electric wires (often metallic), an electric circuit is obtained.

The electrical circuits are represented / drawn by following some fairly strict rules, which serve as standards. Each component is represented by a standardized symbol, the most common being illustrated in the diagram to the right. The threads are represented by straight lines.

This physics video tutorial explains series and parallel circuits.
It contains plenty of examples, equations, formulas, and practice problems showing you how to solve it with all of the necessary calculations.