I am a beginner and my question is the following:
The alternator has an output voltage 13.7V. I know that each load is not a linear resistor but each load represents a certain resistance to the flow of electricity then can we say that the current depends on the resistance of the load.
Example is car alternator has a capacity of 900W of power to give that power to load at 13.7V. Maximum output current is 65A if the load resistance is 0.21077 ohms. This all calculation are based on ohm low.
Can we calculate like this for every equipment that must support rated current?
Summing up: Can we use Ohm's law to calculate the output current of the alternator?