# Short-circuit 22841

An external circuit with a resistance of 3.8 Ω is connected to an electrical voltage source with Ue=12 V. A current of 3 A passes through the circuit.

Specify:

source terminal voltage,

the internal resistance of the source,

maximum short-circuit current.

Specify:

source terminal voltage,

the internal resistance of the source,

maximum short-circuit current.

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