Application of Circuit Currents

The operation of the circuit currents refer directly to the fusion of an element by means of the Joule effect, which is duly caused by the sudden rise of current in a specific circuit. The fuse component has physical properties such that its melting point is less than the melting point of copper, and it is the most sought after material used in conductors of different applications. Therefore, through a transient resistance, the current becomes higher than the operating current. Thus, the equipment and part of the plant may undergo a thermal stress, ie, a short-time withstand current, or electrodynamic, which is an excess impulse rated current.

It is then concluded that circuitry refers to a connection without resistance, existing between conductors under voltage or in some cases can be considered as an intentional or accidental connection between two points of an electrical system or equipment, or an element , through an unsatisfactory impedance. Fuses refer to components used for the purpose of performing their main function, which is to limit the current of a circuit, providing its interruption in case of short circuits or long overloads.