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Discussion Forum : Energy and Power - General Questions (Q.No. 22)
22.
How much continuous current can be drawn from a 60 Ah battery for 14 h?
42.8 A
428 A
4.28 A
4.2 A
Answer: Option
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Discussion:
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Shahid said:   3 years ago
Current = Q/t.
Q = 60Ah & t = 14h.

Current = 60Ah/14h = 4.28A.
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HAris said:   4 years ago
Ah=60, h=14.
A=60/14 = 4.28A.

Muneem gour said:   9 years ago
It's a simple solution.

Is that 60/14 = 4.28?

Harpreet Singh said:   1 decade ago
We have;
time = 14 Hr and;
current x time = 60 (given)
so; current = 60/time and
current = 60/14 ; we get
current = 4.28 amp.

Dev said:   1 decade ago
t*h =60

t = 60/14 =4.28

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