1. Ohmic losses and thus Joule heating occur when Pedersen currents flow. 2. This is the phenomenon of electrical resistance and Joule heating. 3. Electric currents cause Joule heating, which creates light in incandescent light bulbs. 4. Resistance dissipates electrical energy, turning it into heat ( Joule heating ). 5. Electrons lose their potential energy to the material, this causes Joule heating. 6. The temperature increase is caused by Joule heating. 7. That process would make me want to look for Joule heating of the mirror. 8. The Peltier Seebeck and Thomson effects are thermodynamically reversible, whereas Joule heating is not. 9. The eddy currents flowing through the resistance of the material heat it by Joule heating. 10. The decrease in Joule heating will cause the device to return to its equilibrium temperature.