What is virtual current?


What is virtual current?

Ohm's Law:

Ohm's Law states that in an electrical circuit the electric current is directly proportional to the electric voltage. Mathematically it is represented as follows.

{eq}V=IR {/eq}

Answer and Explanation:

The current is the amount of the rate of the flow of the electron. The unit of current is ?Ampere?. Mathematically it is calculated as follows.

{eq}I = \frac{q}{t} {/eq}

Here, the charge is {eq}q {/eq} and the time is {eq}T {/eq}.

The alignment of alternating current instruments depends on the virtual value that will create a similar warming effect for the given resistance value.

Generally, the value of alternating current is 1.5 times lower than the maximum value alternating current.

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