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Overload vs Short circuit Explained

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Difference between Short Circuit and overload. A short circuit is a path or circuit that allows current to flow with zero or negligible resistance. It is an abnormal condition caused when positive and negative terminals come into direct contact without a load. During a short circuit, voltage drops to zero and current flow depending on the circuit impedance. Overload is an abnormal condition, during which the current flow goes beyond the rated or desired value. Under overloaded conditions, the voltage may reduce but will not become zero. More: http://www.electricalclassroom.com/difference-between-short-circuit-and-overload/ Like our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/electricalclassroom/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Electricclassro Follow us on Google: https://plus.google.com/+Electricalclassroompage
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