3 Phase Current Flow

mivey

Senior Member
I think development more towards fiber optic cable data transfer.
OK. Whatever. But think back to the change in the charge distribution.

If the charge at a certain location is dependent on a wave to pass by to get updated information on how to re-align, then for circuits with fast re-alignment characteristics the wave speed, and speed of subsequent information-updating waves, becomes a significant portion of the time it takes the circuit charge to reach equilibrium.
 

Sahib

Senior Member
Location
India
If the charge at a certain location is dependent on a wave to pass by to get updated information on how to re-align, then for circuits with fast re-alignment characteristics the wave speed, and speed of subsequent information-updating waves, becomes a significant portion of the time it takes the circuit charge to reach equilibrium.
Take a computer with superconductivity as an extreme case. It would processes information at much faster rate than an ordinary computer. How charges relocation, equilibrium etc., relate in it ?
 

Besoeker

Senior Member
Location
UK
Take a computer with superconductivity as an extreme case. It would processes information at much faster rate than an ordinary computer.
Most, perhaps all, semiconductors I've come across are not rated to operate below -40C.
 

mivey

Senior Member
Take a computer with superconductivity as an extreme case. It would processes information at much faster rate than an ordinary computer. How charges relocation, equilibrium etc., relate in it ?
Forget the superconductor and just consider that the faster the circuit can settle the charge for each information wave the more the wave speed becomes a significant portion of the settling time.
 
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