A heater dissipates 1200 W of power when it is connected to a 190 V battery. What current will flow through the heater when it is connected to the battery? What is R, the resistance of the heater? How long does it take to raise the temperature of the air in a good-sized living room that is 5.00 m × 8.00 m × 10.0 m by 10.0∘C? Note that the specific heat of air is 1006 J/(kg⋅∘C) and the density of air is 1.20kg/m3.
A heater dissipates 1200 W of power when it is connected to a 190 V battery. What current...
A 1500-W heater is designed to be plugged into a 120-Voutlet. What current will flow through the heatingcoil when the heater is plugged in? I = A What is ,the resistance of the heater? R = ohms How long does it take to raise thetemperature of the air in a good-sized living room by ? Note that the specific heat of air is 1006 and the density of air is . t= minutes
A 1500-W heater is designed to be plugged into a 120-V outlet. What current will flow through the heating coil when the heater is plugged in? I = A What is R , the resistance of the heater? How long does it take to raise the temperature of the air in a good-sized living room 3.0m x 5.0m x 8m by 10 degrees C? Note that the specific heat of air is 1006 J/(kg x degrees C) and the density...
One heater uses 410 W of power when connected by itself to a battery. Another heater uses 340 W of power when connected by itself to the same battery. How much total power do the heaters use when they are both connected in series across the battery?
One heater uses 309 W of power when connected by itself to a battery. Another heater uses 222 W of power when connected by itself to the same battery. How much total power do the heaters use when they are both connected in series across the battery?
4. Three 100 Sresistors are connected, as shown in Figure 4. The maximum power that can safely be dissipated in any one resistor is 26.5 W. (a) What is the maximum voltage that can be applied to the terminals a and b? (b) For the voltage determined in part (a), what is the power dissipated in each resistor? (c) What is the total power dissipation? 5. A battery has an emf of 15.0 V. The terminal voltage of the battery...
1. Figure G: The ideal battery has an emf of 14 V. What is the current (A) in R a) 0.200 D0.250 b) 1.00 g) 0.100 c)0.500 h)0.235 2. Figure C shows, in cross section, a spherical conducting shell that surrounds a particle of charge -2e. The shell d) 0.667 i) 1.23 e) 0.750 has a net charge of -6e. What is the magnitude (N/C) of the electric field at point P, at distance2.00 m from the j)0.820 center of...
summarizr the followung info and write them in your own words and break them into different key points. 6.5 Metering Chamber: 6.5.1 The minimum size of the metering box is governed by the metering area required to obtain a representative test area for the specimen (see 7.2) and for maintenance of reasonable test accuracy. For example, for specimens incorporating air spaces or stud spaces, the metering area shall span an integral number of spaces (see 5.5). The depth of...
summatize the following info and break them into differeng key points. write them in yojr own words apartus 6.1 Introduction—The design of a successful hot box appa- ratus is influenced by many factors. Before beginning the design of an apparatus meeting this standard, the designer shall review the discussion on the limitations and accuracy, Section 13, discussions of the energy flows in a hot box, Annex A2, the metering box wall loss flow, Annex A3, and flanking loss, Annex...