**Electric Combination Circuits**

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After studying this unit you will be able to: • Determine series and parallel paths through an electric circuit. • Use measured values of voltage, current, and resistance in a combination circuit to determine unknown electrical quantities. • Use measuring instruments to determine electrical quantities in a combination circuit. • Solve combination circuit problems using Ohm's Law. Combination circuits contain both series and parallel paths in the same circuit. In order to solve unknown values Combination Circuits 8 UNIT Why You Need to Know Understanding how values of voltage, current, and resistance relate to each other in combination circuits is essential to understanding how all electric circuits work. Delmar Online Training.Simulation Electricity Although it is not a common practice for electricians on the job to use a calculator to calculate values of voltage and current, they must have an understanding of how these electrical values relate to each other in different Total power (PT) = __ W Answers 54. 3.339 55. 3A 56. 2A 57. 1 A 58. to 59. 12A 60. 6A 61. 3A 62. 2A 63. 1A 64. 144W 65. 2.8579 66. 3.5A 67. 0.5A 68. 1A 69. 2A 70. SW 71. 10W 72. 20W 73. 35W Combination Electric Circuits Series path Parallel paths Combination electric circuits are made up of both series and par 1}', allel parts. They are sometimes called seriesparallel circuits. Almost all electric equipment has combination circuits rather <=R :;R :' 1 1' 3 than only series.circuits or of the circuit, and which serves the double purpose of checking the faithfulness of the watchman and the working condition of the apparatus. This form of chronographclock, 5 in connection with its accompanying electromagnetic indicating apparatus, has been in use since 1869 as a watchman's timedetector; but it has not hitherto been combined with a thermostatic alarm apparatus, and it will be ob 10 served that, in order to make the combination in such manner that the testing of the ELECTRICALANNUNCIATOR CALL SYSTEM. F.Jabvts Patten. Fort Sidney. Nebr. Filed Sept. 25. 1886. Serial No. 214,574. (No modeL) Claim. — I. A combination electricannunciator call system having a number of contiguous parallel electric.circuits operated by means of a number of combinationcircuit keys, corresponding to the different possible combinations, no two alike, of the given number of circuits, each key connected through said circuits to a corresponding combination of To analyze combination circuits, you have to apply voltage and current “rules” one step at a time, using series rules for components in series, and parallel rules for components in parallel. At this point, you don't quite have We just want to convince you that even ridiculously complicated electronic systems that consist of a mindboggling assortment of components do the same sort of things that simple circuits do: manipulate electric current to perform a task. Two advanced electronic It.would seem to be plain enough, on what has been already set out, that the invention by Mr. Morse, of the combination of circuits of Electricity, was prior to both the filing of the specifications, and the sealing of the patent, of Mr. Davy, in London. Mr. Morse had “found that Electric currents, in passing through considerable lengths of metalic conductors, decrease in energy,” upwards of two years before this specification of Mr. Davy was filed: and unless the testimony is discredited, had Key Point : If in a circuit there are branches or combinations of elements which do not carry any current then such branches and combinations are called redundant from circuit point of view. The redundant branches and combinations.can be removed and these branches do not affect the performance of the circuit. The two important situations of redundancy which may exist in practical circuits are, Situation 1 : Any branch or combination across which there exists a short circuit, becomes Educational Objectives After completing this chapter, students should be able to • understand the basic concepts in dc circuits, periodic waveforms, and harmonics. • state the meaning of the terms periodic and rectified waveforms; average, rms, and maximum values; and equivalent resistance. • solve for unknown quantities of resistance, current, voltage, and power in series, parallel, and combination circuits. • examine the concepts of open and short circuits and describe.their effects +G 1 z(0 for all r i.e., v(0 = Gcqz(0 for all ?, where Geq = £Gj I A 1 w or equivalently — — = 2^7T • (3.14) R. =i ^t Parallel Connection of Resistors Parallel combination of many resistors can be replaced by a resistor with a conductance value equal to sum of conductance values of all resistors in the parallel combination. Total current in a parallel combination divides among the various resistors in proportion to their conductance values. Total power delivered to a parallel combination of