I read that :
- A generator products electrons that it sends into wire
- The electron motion is due to the repulsive behavior between electrons
So to increase the voltage (speed of electrons?), generator have to produces more electrons or send more into wire. That will increase the speed of electrons because electrons have now more kinetic energy (V=J/C).
But in this case there are more electron so the current is automatically increase too. Indeed I=C/S, the number of electron by second.
So for a power of 100W for example, how it is possible to produce 1000V with 0.1A and conversely ?
I'm really not sure to have well understood, can you please correct my mistakes and answer my question ? Thanks!
- EDIT :
I understand that electron speed is calculated with the area of the conductor (its diameter) and the current. More the area is small and more the current is high, more the velocity increase.
I understand the comparison of the voltage with pressure but i still don't know how you can increase this electron pressure. If it's not by adding more electron into wire, what is the method ?