# when voltage increases what happens to current ?

when voltage increases what happens to current ?

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According to Ohm’s law, what happens to circuit current if the applied voltage (a) increases, (b) decreases?
Last Answer : (a) Current increases (b) Current decreases What happens to the resistance when the current increases?
Last Answer : Resistance  reduces  when  current  increases. A sine wave voltage is applied across an inductor. When the frequency of the voltage is decreased, the current decreases.
Last Answer : The question seems to be wrong. Increase in frequency would actually decrease the current through the Inductor. This happens because inductive reactance Xl is directly proportional to frequency. And if frequency increases the value of Xl would ... vice versa. Xl= 2*pi*f*L I=E/Z Z=sqrt(R^2+Xl^2) What happens to the angle between current and voltage, when a small capacitance is added in series with a highly inductive circuit?  (A) Increases (B) Remains same as earlier angle (C) Decreases (D) Becomes indeterminant when voltage drops what happens to current?
Last Answer : This depends on the power of the source.If power is kept constant then the voltage increases with decrease in current (P=VI) .But if lets say the source is replaced by new batteries then the current increases (V=IR). What happens to the permeability of an iron core as the current increases from the operating point to a large value? According to Ohm’s law, what happens to circuit current if circuit resistance (a) increases, (b) decreases?
Last Answer : (a) Current decreases (b) Current increases The threshold frequency is the frequency below which – (1) photo current increases with voltage (2) photo current decreases with voltage (3) photo electric emission is not possible (4) photo current is constant
Last Answer : (3) photo electric emission is not possible Explanation: The photoelectric effect is the emission of electrons by substances, especially metals, when light falls on their surfaces. The photoelectric ... gain sufficient energy to overcome the electrostatic barrier of the work function of the metal. The threshold frequency is the frequency below which - (1) photo current is constant (2) photo current increases with voltage (3) photo current decreases with volt (4) photo electric emission is not possible
Last Answer : (4) photo electric emission is not possible The threshold frequency is the frequency below which – (1) photo current increases with voltage (2) photo current decreases with voltage (3) photo electric emission is not possible (4) photo current is constant
Last Answer : (3) photo electric emission is not possible Explanation: The photoelectric effect is the emission of electrons by substances, especially metals, when light falls on their surfaces. The photoelectric ... gain sufficient energy to overcome the electrostatic barrier of the work function of the metal. The threshold frequency is the frequency below which - (1) photo current is constant (2) photo current increases with voltage (3) photo current decreases with volt (4) photo electric emission is not possible
Last Answer : (4) photo electric emission is not possible Which of the following statements is true concerning a stepdown transformer in an operating AC power circuit? A. Voltage and current will both be increased. B. Voltage and current will both be decreased C. Voltage decreases as current increases. D. Voltage increases as current decreases. When the voltage remains constant, and the resistance increases in a series circuit, current flow _____________. A. decreases B. remains the same C. increases D. increases by the square When the voltage remains constant and the resistance is increased in a series circuit, the flow of current _____________. A. increases by the square of the original value B. increases C. remains the same D. decreases You have installed a Zener diode in parallel with a load. While measuring the voltage across the Zener diode it is found that it does not change as the current through the load increases. This means that the ... is working as it should B. is shorted C. is open D. does not regulate as it should When voltage increases then current also increases then what is the need of over voltage relay and over current relay? Can we measure over voltage and over current by measuring current only?
Last Answer : No. We can't sense the over voltage by just measuring the current only because the current increases not only for over voltages but also for under voltage (As most of the loads are non-linear in ... So, for a better protection of the system. It should have both over voltage & over current relay. When voltage increases then current also increases then why we need of over voltage relay and over current relay? Can we measure over voltage and over current by measuring current only?
Last Answer : No. We cannot sense the over voltage by just measuring the current only because the current increases not only for over voltages but also for under voltage (As most of the loads are non-linear in ... , for a better protection of the system. It should have both over voltage & over current relay. 25 A step up transformer increases A. voltage B. current C. power D. frequency 16.step-up transformer increases A. voltage B. current C. power D. frequency The threshold frequency is the frequency below which : (1) photo current increases with voltage (2) photo current decreases with voltage (3) photo electric emission is not possible (4) photo current is constant
Last Answer : photo electric emission is not possible When current dramatically increases, the voltage point on the diode forward V-I characteristic curve is called the  A) Breakdown voltage B) Knee voltage C) Barrier voltage D) Both B) and C) are true Which among the given statement is/are CORRECT. (a) Avalanche breakdown voltage increases with temperature (b) Zener breakdown voltage decreases with temperature A) Only (a) B) Only (b) C) Both (a) & (b) D) None of (a) & (b)
Last Answer : Which among the given statement is/are CORRECT. (a) Avalanche breakdown voltage increases with temperature (b) Zener breakdown voltage decreases with temperature A) Only (a) B) Only (b) C) Both (a) & (b) D) None of (a) & (b) What happens to current flow in a capacitive circuit when the DC voltage across the capacitor is approximately equal to the source voltage?
Last Answer : Capacitor always charges up to the voltage of source. When the capacitor is charged to same as source voltage then there is no current flowing through the capacitor. The current through the capacitor is called displacement current. What happens insulators when high voltage passes through transmission lines whether it breaks or lose it's insulating property?
Last Answer : I think it will breaks when it crosses breakdown voltage . What happens to the voltage in the secondary when the frequency of the supply in the primary is decreased? A) It increases B) It decreases C) It remains the same D) Cannot say unless the actual percentage increase in the frequency is known
Last Answer : What happens to the voltage in the secondary when the frequency of the supply in the primary is decreased? A) It increases B) It decreases C) It remains the same D) Cannot say unless the actual percentage increase in the frequency is known  