By adding cells in series, a larger-voltage bat- tery can be made, whereas adding cells in parallel results in a battery with a higher current-output capacity.
This is what a book that I am reading says and hence what I am understanding is Voltage is added when Voltage sources are connected in series and Current s added when voltage sources are connected in parallel.
Considering the ohm's law,
1)for V1=10v and V2=10v, R = 1K, if I keep only keep V1 as voltage source, V across R would be 10v and I(current) would be 10mA.
2)Now if I connect V1 and V2 in series , V = 20V and I would be 20mA.
Did I miss something or the current actually doubled up?
I even simulated the curcuit in the Multisim and i faced with a similiar result. Any help in understanding the concept would be helpful.