Physics Practicals Class 10

# Study of Different Electrical Apparatus in an Electric Circuit

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• Simulation models of electrical apparatus in an electric circuit are designed to replicate the behavior and interactions of various components, aiding in understanding electrical principles, circuit analysis, and troubleshooting.
• These models typically include representations of resistors, voltage sources, current sources, switches and other components commonly found in electric circuits.
• Users can perform circuit analysis tasks such as calculating voltage drops, current flows, power dissipation, and time constants, both manually and through simulation software.
• Through simulation, users can observe electrical phenomena such as voltage drops across components, and current flow through circuits.

• Simulations often provide a virtual laboratory environment where users can design, build, and test circuits in a safe and controlled setting, mimicking real-world laboratory experiences.
• Users can apply their knowledge of electrical apparatus and circuit behavior to real-life scenarios, such as designing electronic circuits, troubleshooting electrical systems, or optimizing circuit performance.

### Simulation Details

Duration – 30 Minutes
Easily Accessible
Languages – Odia & English
Platforms – Android & Windows

Description

1. Electric Cell/Battery
The path of a beam of light passing through a true solution is not visible. However, its path becomes visible through a colloidal solution where the size of the particles is relatively larger.

An electric cell or battery is a device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy.

2. Switch

A switch is a device used to open or close an electric circuit, controlling the flow of current.

3. Resistor

A resistor is a passive electrical component that opposes the flow of current in a circuit.

4. Lamp/Bulb

5. Ammeter

An ammeter is a measuring instrument used to measure the electric current flowing in a circuit.

A voltmeter is a measuring instrument used to measure the voltage difference between two points in a circuit.

7. Ohmmeter

An ohmmeter is a measuring instrument used to measure the resistance of a resistor or other components in a circuit.

It applies a known voltage to the component and measures the resulting current flow to calculate the resistance using Ohm’s law (R = V/I).

### Requirements for this Science Experiment

• Electric Cell/Battery
• Switch
• Resistor
• Lamp/Bulb
• Ammeter
• Voltmeter
• Ohmmeter

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