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What happens to the current when the voltage stays the same and loads are added?

Time:2019-05-25 13:54:56 Click:

Well, the current should be discussed based on different circuit (Series circuit & parallel circuit), which is definitely in line with Ohm’s law.


In a series circuit, I=U/(R1+R2), if the voltage stays the same, with the increasing of resistance (more loads are added), the current will reduce correspondingly;

In a parallel circuit, I=U/(R1*R2/R1+R2), the resistance will also tend to reduce finally.


PS: Even the current is going to reduce eventually, their actual operating principle are various.


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