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I need to learn this once and for all...

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Ryan Richards \(Diesel Breath\), Oct 12, 2003.

  1. Ive tried to learn how voltage, current, resistance, etc. work but, I could
    never understand it coming thru the mouth of a professor.... Does anyone
    know a website that can explain it fairly simple???

    Thanks,
    Ryan Richards
     
  2. no_one

    no_one Guest

    Why do you need to learn it "once and for all"? If you can't learn it from
    a professor perhaps you aren't destined to learn it at all!
     
  3. N. Thornton

    N. Thornton Guest


    Or try the currant analogy. You're squeezing currants thru a sieve:
    voltage is pressure, the sieve is a resistor, as it resists the flow
    of currants. The more pressure you put on the curants, the more
    currants flow thru. And the more resistance, the less currants get
    thru.

    Regards, NT
     
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