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  • #16
    Originally posted by RAMAKANTA View Post

    """Current is most powerful than capacitor. Current is go any thing electric city products""
    what does it means.
    Lol. I find it funny too. Need deep thinking to decode this.


    • #17
      Originally posted by remeshlogo View Post
      How to find maximum discharging current of capacitor? is any simple relation between capacitance and current if exist please post the relation.
      This site is better Capacitor in Direct Current Circuit.

      A simpler interface.


      • #18
        Originally posted by Jagdish View Post
        See u can't compare 2 parameter. Electric parameter is different & component level is different.

        What do you mean by component level? Does it refer to any specific characteristics?


        • #19
          Originally posted by RyanAlex View Post
          This is an amazing invention of Michael Farad Really Appreciable

          True that. Can't agree more on this. Capacitors are like one of the fundamental particles of electronics.


          • #20
            Current is a flow of electrical charge and is carried by moving electrons in a wire. Electric current cause Joule hearing which creates light and magnetic field used in motors, inductors, and generators. While Capacitor is an electronic component that stores electric charge. The effect of a capacitor is known as capacitance. Most capacitors contain at least two electrical conductors often in the form of metallic plates or surfaces separated by a dielectric medium.
            Capacitors store energy for later use. The voltage and current of a capacitor are related. The relationship between a capacitorТs voltage and current define its capacitance and its power. To see how the current and voltage of a capacitor are related, you need to see with the help of this relation by taking the derivative of the capacitance equation q(t) = Cv(t), which is dq(t)/dt = Cdv(t)/ dt
            Because dq(t)/dt is the current through the capacitor, you get the following i-vrelationship:
            This equation tells you that when the voltage doesnТt change across the capacitor, current doesnТt flow; to have current flow, the voltage must change.
            To express the voltage across the capacitor in terms of the current, you integrate the preceding equation as follows:
            The second term in this equation is the initial voltage across the capacitor at time t = 0.
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