Question about Cars & Trucks
In any circuit, when the switch completes the circuit power will be dissipated in the form of work or heat. Work is the energy used to perform a function, such as turning a motor. Heat is energy lost due to circuit resistance, and the power used to create it.
Think of an incandescent light bulb. When the switch is turned on, the bulb uses energy to create light by passing current through a high resistance wire, heating it up. Here some of the energy produced is lost as heat from the light bulb itself.
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