By Albert Fishlow, Jean Carrière, Sueo Sekiguchi
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Hence, the basic equations commonly used in electricity will be considered as a starting point. 1 Resistor formulas The resistivity r of a material is the resistance to current flow between the opposite faces of a unit cube of the material (ohm per unit length). 3) where l is the length of the material (distance between contacts), and A is the cross-sectional area of the resistor; l and A must be in compatible units. 1 gives the resistivity of some common materials. The resistivity r is temperature dependant, usually having a positive temperature coefficient (resistance increases as temperature increases), except for some metal oxides and semiconductors which have a negative temperature coefficient.
3 Compare the energy loss of transmitting 5000 W of electrical power over power lines with an electrical resistance of 10 Ω using a supply voltage of 5000 V and the loss of transmitting the same power using a supply voltage of 1000 V through the same power lines. 2 Resistor combinations Resistors can be connected in series, parallel, or a combination of both in a resistor network. Resistors in series are connected as shown in Fig. 4 Fig. 2a? 244 mA RT 41 × 103 Voltage dividers are constructed using resistors connected in series as in Fig.
These devices are made from certain crystalline materials such as silicon. The material changes its resistance when strained similarly to the deposited strain gauge. These devices can be very small. , if the gauge was attached to a pressure sensing diaphragm and pressure is applied to one side of the diaphragm, 24 Chapter Two the diaphragm bows in relation to the pressure applied. The change in resistance of the strain gauge attached to the diaphragm is then proportional to the pressure applied.
Industrial Policy and the International Economy by Albert Fishlow, Jean Carrière, Sueo Sekiguchi