Physics, asked by zano7969, 9 days ago

What happens to the energy expanded by the source in the circuit ro maintain the current


Answered by chirag8888


As its name implies, a current source is a circuit element that maintains a constant current flow regardless of the voltage developed across its terminals as this voltage is determined by other circuit elements. That is, an ideal constant current source continually provides a specified amount of current regardless of the impedance that it is driving and as such, an ideal current source could, in theory, supply an infinite amount of energy. So just as a voltage source may be rated, for example, as 5 volts or 10 volts, etc, a current source will also have a current rating, for example, 3 amperes or 15 amperes, etc

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