Applied Voltage

At the exact moment when the load on the capacitor is able to reach its maximum value, the current in the circuit must be zero. Thus, in the current formula, the letter I determines the current that must flow in the conventional direction, considering that dV / dt is related to the derivative of the voltage, with respect to time.

If DC is a DC or a DC voltage, a balance must be properly identified, in which the load of the plates will correspond to the voltage applied by the Q-ratio being equivalent to CV, and no current will flow freely through the circuit.              Rubber 7/3VX315

Therefore, the direct current should not be able to proceed and therefore, the capacitors have important electrical circuits, since in them the electrons can never pass directly through the dielectric of one plate from the capacitor to the other.

All of this is due to the fact that in the event that a voltage is applied in advance to a capacitor, the current will normally flow directly to one of the plates, carrying it at the same instant as it should flow from the other plate, also carrying it , but in reverse.

 

 

Applied Voltage