lightning is an example of dynamic electricity....
dito sa russia, everytime na huhubarin ko yung jacket para isabit, malakas ang pitik ng kuryente, para akong kinurot at me sound pa.....mahirap ignorin ang static electricity...
kng winter time mababa ang humidity sa Russia compared sa Philippines.
curious p din may b dito kung bak8 110 volts sa knila ksi masyado fatal sa other country pagnakoryente in 220 volts. ksi mataas ang humidity sa kinila lalo na pagwinter.
follow up question ko po ito kasi nalilito ako dito. di ba po hindi naman pwedeng magkaroon ng current flow kapag walang electrostatic charge build up?. Ang kidlat po ba current electricity or static electricity?
Lightning both current and static electricity. A lightning bolt has many thousands of amps at millions of volts. The planet spins, but also has stationary waves through which it spins. It also has friction. Both of these cause the potential in the air to rise, as well as the earth. And yes..the earth has electricity in it. We don't create electricity from nature. We simply borrow it, make it do our bidding, and return it to ground...or "earth"
pumutok na ata utak ko...There's more to electricity than i thought...Lightning itself is static discharge, so lightning is electricity. Before lightning is static electricity and after lightning is kulog :-)Static is the potential while electricity is the movement. Parang salita. Static is the words while electricity is the action (satsat ng satsat, wala namang ginawa...)
naging away pa namin as PEEE - itong What is electricity.http://amasci.com/miscon/whatis.html
ump tama p kau dba ang meralco triplex ang service .nila so pagnagconnect k ng line to ground 110 v un tpos pag line to line 220v tama po ba ksi nasa elec coop kmi kaya d qoh sure eh. line to ground 220. hehehehe
Meralco uses 1.5 element meter - same meter used in North America that has 220/110 volt service.Since Meralco does not provide a ground wire like most residential installations in North America, it does not supply 110 volt service.
^ and this is because our 220 volts is derived from 3phase 440 volts line to line voltage......so all this talk about putting one line and ground is hogwash.....it may interest you to know that some areas in Pampanga near the Clark air base has this 110 volt service....
please do not mistake ground wire and neutral wire. ground wire is not a current carrying conductor, it is there to carry only fault current. a neutral wire is a current carrying conductor.in the usa, the utility provides 3 wires - a live wire, a neutral wire and a ground wire.meralco does not provide a neutral wire, although they now provide a ground wire - which makes 3 wires for new residential installations