Which device works on the principle of heating effect of electric current?

An electric fuse is a safety device used to prevent damage to an electrical circuit when excessive current flows through it. The electric fuse works on the principle of the heating effect of electric current.

Which devices works on the principle of heating effect of current?

The devices which work on this property of heating effect are electric heater, electric iron, electric fuse, etc.

Which appliances do not work on the principle of heating effect of the electric current?

(d) electric press. The electric bell is not based on the principle of the heating effect of current.

What is the heating effect of electric current name three devices that work on this effect?

Three appliances which uses the ‘heating effect of current’ are light bulb, electric toaster and electric iron. Explanation: When a current flows through a conductor it produces heat in it.

Which equipment is not based on effect of heating current?

The electric bell is not based on the principle of the heating effect of current.

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Which device does not work on heating effect of current?

MCB does not work on the heating effect of current. MCB works on the magnetic effect of current. MCB is a special kind of electrical switch which automatically turns off when the current in the circuit becomes too large, and cuts off the electricity supply.

Which device is not based on the heating effect of current?

The correct answer is the Microwave.

What does Joule’s law state?

noun Physics. the principle that the rate of production of heat by a constant direct current is directly proportional to the resistance of the circuit and to the square of the current. the principle that the internal energy of a given mass of an ideal gas is solely a function of its temperature.

What is Joule’s law of heating Class 10?

Joule’s law of heating states that, when a current ‘i ‘ passes through a conductor of resistance ‘r’ for time ‘t’ then the heat developed in the conductor is equal to the product of the square of the current, the resistance and time.