Alternating current (AC) unlike Direct current (DC) flows first in one direction then in the opposite direction. Current amperage The is function of time. Direct current (DC) amperage is constant.
The most common AC waveform is a sine (or sinusoidal) waveform. See figure 1.
Instantaneous Current and Voltage
instantaneous current in amperes
q = the angular displacement in degrees or radians
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