## 1. Advance Illustration | Current Electricity | Resistance of a Conductor with Varying Cross-Section

here in this illustration, we’ll discuss about the resistance of a conductor with varying cross section. here you can see the figure shows a conductor of length l. and having a cross section which is varying. and, the radius of cross section varies linearly from, radius ay to b. and the resistivity of material given […]

## 16. Advance Illustration | Current Electricity | Convection Current due to Motion of a Wire

in this illustration we’ll discuss about the convection current due to motion of a wire, and this is saying. a long cylindrical wire of radius, ay and it is uniformly charged. and this wire starts moving along the length at speed v. we are required to find the convection current due to physical flow of […]

## 19. Advance Illustration | Current Electricity | Equivalent Resistance of an Infinite Grid

in this illustration we’ll demonstrate you how to calculate the equivalent resistance of an infinite grid. here the figure shows an infinite wire grid with square cells, and the resistance of each wire between neighboring junction is r. and here we are required to find the equivalent resistance of the grid across these 2 points, […]

## 1. Physics | Current Electricity | Resistance of a Conductor with Varying Cross-Section | (GA)

here in this illustration, we’ll discuss about the resistance of a conductor with varying cross section. here you can see the figure shows a conductor of length l. and having a cross section which is varying. and, the radius of cross section varies linearly from, radius ay to b. and the resistivity of material given […]

## 4. Advance Illustration | Current Electricity | Analyzing Electrical Circuit Using KCL and KVL-2

in this illustration again we analyze electrical circuit using k c l and k v l. here we are required to find, the current in 8 ohm resistance in the circuit shown in figure. here again we use kirchhoff’s current law to calculate. the current in 8 ohm resistance for which we need to first […]

## 14. Advance Illustration | Current Electricity | Evaporation of a Conductor | Ashish Arora

in this illustration we’ll, demonstrate, about a phenomena in which, evaporation of a conductor takes place. here the situation says, due to current flowing through a conductor across a voltage source is temperature increases. and its surface molecules evaporate. we are required to find the percentage decrease in conductor diameter, if to maintain the temperature […]