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## What is the formula of heat dissipated?

W=VIt. Because this circuit consists of only one resistor, the entire work done goes into energy lost through power dissipation by this resistor, by conservation of energy.

## How do you calculate the energy dissipated in a wire?

The power dissipated by the wires is I2R, so the lower the current, the lower is the amount of energy per second dissipated by the wires. Plost = I2R = (7.4*102 A)2*8 Ω = 4.4*106 W. P = Pdelivered + Plost = 1.74*105 kW. 98% of the generated power is delivered to the city.

**What is heat dissipation in electrical?**

Heat is generated when a current flows through a resistor in an electric circuit. A semiconductor device may be regarded as a type of resistor that generates heat in proportion to the ON resistance (internal resistance when a current flows through the device) as current flows through.

### How much does a wire heat up?

As you can see, running 10 amps across a typical household wire, would heat the wire up at a rate of about (170,000W/m^3)/(3,400,000J/(m^3*K))~. 05 kelvin per second.

### What is the power factor formula?

The power factor of an AC circuit is defined as the ratio of the real power (W) consumed by a circuit to the apparent power (VA) consumed by the same circuit. This therefore gives us: Power Factor = Real Power/Apparent Power, or p.f. = W/VA.

**How do you calculate heat in a circuit?**

The heat generated in a circuit is given by Q=I2Rt, where I is current, R is resistance and t is time.

## How is heat dissipated related to work done?

Work accomplished is the amount of energy converted into the desired output, where heat dissipation is the energy wasted as heat. 2. Work accomplished is the wanted part, and heat dissipation is unwanted.

## How is heat dissipated from a resistor?

Power in Resistors. When a current flows through a resistor, electrical energy is converted into HEAT energy. The heat generated in the components of a circuit, all of which possess at least some resistance, is dissipated into the air around the components.

**What is energy formula?**

The energy stored in an object due to its position and height is known as potential energy and is given by the formula: P.E. = mgh. Unit. The SI unit of energy is Joules (J).

### What does good heat dissipation mean?

1. heat dissipation – dissipation of heat. chilling, cooling, temperature reduction – the process of becoming cooler; a falling temperature. Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection.

### What is specific heat dissipation?

The specific dissipation quantifies the amount of heat exchanged between the fluids per unit of time when the entrance temperatures differ by one degree. Pressure losses and other aspects of flow mechanics are ignored.

**How much heat is dissipated by one foot of wire?**

So every foot dissipates 3 watts with a temperature rise of 60 degrees C. The resistance of #10 wire is close to 0.001 ohms per foot, which means for one foot of wire at 80 amps it has to dissipate 6.4 watts, which is about double what the #10 wire can do so the temperature would rise by more than 120 degrees C which is probably unacceptable.

## What happens to power dissipation when a wire is 400 degrees?

What the above quick calculation does not consider is the rise in resistance with temperature. With a 400 degree wire, the resistance will more than double which would mean the power dissipation would go up with a constant 80 amp current.

## Does power dissipated by a resistor turn into heat?

Yes. Lynchpin: power dissipated by the resistor turns into heat. But in how much heat? Do you know some kind of formula (or have some idea to get it) to calculate the amound of heat (or temperature) that the wire would get in an amound of time. I would like to be able to calculate say how much my wire would heat up in 15 min or half an hour or so.

**How much power can a wire dissipate with insulation?**

In power heating, a one square inch surface area can dissipate about 1 watt of power continuously while maintaining a 60 degree C temperature rise. An AWG #10 wire has about 1 square inch of surface area every 3.3 inches, so every 10 inches can dissipate 3 watts, and with insulation we should make that 12 inches.