A fully resistive circuit has inductance so low that its reactance is negligible in comparison to its resistance at its usual frequency. In addition, in a fully resistive circuit, the entire used voltage is used in overcoming the circuit's ohmic resistance.
Ohm's Law states that voltage equals current times resistance in a resistive circuit. V = A x R, where V = voltage and R = resistance (volts) A stands for current (amps) R stands for resistance (ohms)
The non-inductive circuit is also known as a completely resistive circuit. The applied voltage and current are in phase in a completely resistive circuit, as shown by the formula of instantaneous applied voltage and instantaneous current.
The power is wasted by the resistors in a completely resistive circuit, and the phase of the voltage and current remains the same, i.e., both reach their maximum value at the same moment. The resistor is a non-producing and non-consuming electrical device.
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