Subject: should the resistance in a heater be high or low
Date: Fri Apr 17 11:11:21 1998
Posted by srinath
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if a const voltage is applied across the resistor powerloss=v^2/R
THIS indicates that R should be low for max. heat dissipation
how come the same is not true for transmission lines
Re: should the resistance in a heater be high or low
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