Electronics - Voltage and Current - Discussion

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If a fluid system is compared to an electrical system, the fluid pump will correspond to a:

[A]. conductor
[B]. lamp
[C]. battery
[D]. insulator

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

No answer description available for this question.

Navin said: (Dec 22, 2010)  
Since voltage provide pressure to the movement of electron similarly fluid pump provide fluid to flow.

fluid-------electron.&
pump-----conductor.
fluid pump/motor-----voltage

Shiva said: (Jan 26, 2011)  
Sorry I can't get you, give me clear explanation please.

Charan said: (Mar 26, 2011)  
Please elaborate it.

Dev said: (Apr 19, 2011)  
What is a fluid system?

Gautam Kumar D. said: (Apr 23, 2011)  
It is a very complicated question detailed explanation with example is a must.

Irfan said: (May 13, 2011)  
Need more details. Can any one give? please.

Anand said: (Jul 19, 2011)  
Can anybody give some brief explanation about the answer.

Devdatta Gaikwad said: (Sep 1, 2011)  
Yes I will, first we consider fluid system that contain one closed loop i.e.tank- motor-conductor (pipe) - tank ;similarly an electrical system that also contain one closed loop i.e. battery-conducting wire-load (lamp) -battery. Hence by compairing above two loops we can easily deside that pump corresponds to battery.

Amutha said: (Dec 12, 2011)  
Sorry its not clear. How can the pump be compared with a battery whereas its not a conductor? could anyone explain?

Rakesh said: (Jan 21, 2012)  
Movement of electrons and movement of fluid both are driven by the difference in pressure at different points... which is worked up by a battery in ES as fluid pump in fluid system.

Karmendra said: (Feb 13, 2012)  
fluid system = electrical system

so fluid pump which produce fluid = battery.

fluid pump produce fluid
battery produce voltage.

Sreeyush Sudhakaran said: (Feb 18, 2012)  
Consider the well with motor as battery.

Water current is supplied by motor pump.

Fuild pump-battery
Fluid-current
Pipe-Conductor

Vikas said: (Mar 27, 2012)  
As pump is not producing water itself, just it is giving force for the flow of water. Same way btry also not produsing charges, just it is making force for the flow of electron.

Venkatesh Madhamanchi said: (Apr 29, 2012)  
Its very simple!

Fluid system=> fluid pump gives the force to move fluid then fluid will make a path as per the fluid system design.

Electrical system=> voltage source will force the electrons to move. That flow of electrons is nothing but current. It will pass as per the electric system.

By comparing both systems fluid pump is like voltage source.

Voltage source is nothing but a battery.

Thats it.

Shweta said: (Jun 9, 2012)  
Fluid system similar to a or like a electical system b/c both of them aim is only one and this aim equal to a bettery.

Nagaraju said: (Nov 29, 2012)  
In simulation between these two systems, one should know about parameters of at least one system :.

In electrical system:.

Current : nothing but flow of electrons (so some physical quantity).

Voltage: force with which electron is moved from one point to other.

Source: which is the cause for electron movement and voltage production.

So, on comparing with the fluid system we can say that.

Battery = pump.

Fluid=electron i.e. current.

Force I. E voltage/potential = pressure.

Paramesh said: (Feb 15, 2013)  
Pump will give flow of fluid (water) , similarly in electronic system battery will give the flow of electrons.

Sunil Maurya said: (May 31, 2013)  
Fluid system is flow charge.

Jaw said: (Apr 24, 2014)  
Battery is equal to voltage and if you compare to a fluid pump voltage is for pump which keep pushing the fluid to move and that we called pressure and the electron is for water. Gets guys?

Santhosh Kumar said: (Jul 28, 2016)  
Wonderful session, Thank you all.

Udayasree Reddy said: (Feb 2, 2018)  
Fluid system = Electrical system.
Fluid pump = ?
We can store fluid in fluid pump.
Same as we can store electricity in battery.

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