Would a heating element have a very high resistance, or a very low resistance? (All comments in this post are based around the fact that the voltage is the same for each situation) I would have thought that a higher resistance would have resulted in more heat loss, but I've been taught that the higer the current, the more energy is lost to heat. Therefore, a lower resistance would release more heat.
Which one is right? Thanks for any help.
it is difficult to visualize the fact that reduced resistance and increased current generated more heat . If somebody try to explain me without much math because I know what