What do you mean by an ideal voltage source?
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Answer / sudheer kumar terlapu
A Voltage Source with ZERO INTERNAL resistance is called as
Ideal Voltage Source
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Answer / aftab shaikh
A Voltage Source with ZERO INTERNAL resistance so that any
change in the load resistance should not change in supplied
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Answer / salini
in my view an ideal voltage souce means which is having
constant voltage irrespect of the current and having zero
internal resistance which is in series with the voltage
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Answer / sat
ideal voltage source is the one which has no power
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Answer / harihar dash
a voltage source witch in zero internal resistance is called ideal voltage source.
so any change in load resistance should not change in supply voltage
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Answer / n.k. sharma
Zero Internal Resistance
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Answer / mithilesh yadav
ideal voltage source is that type of voltage source which
has constant voltag irrespective of current.i.e. it has
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Answer / kishan
Sources infinite current to any load without any change in o/p voltage)
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Answer / swathika
ideal voltage source is a circuit element where the voltage
across it is independent of current through it (i.e)
voltage remains constant and also the internal resistance
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