## Details Discuss Of KCL – Kirchhoff’s Current Law- ICEEET

Occasionally we are faced with some circuits that cannot be solved with Ohm’s formula or other formulas. Then we have to seek the help of certain sources. Workforce formulas are specialized formulas that can solve…

## Discussion About Short Circuit | Open Circuit | Closed Circuit

Before knowing the short circuit, open circuit closed circuit, we need to know who knows what circuit. If you look at the circuit above, you can see that it is a complete circuit. A battery…

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## Basic Electrical Circuit | Component | Pros and Cons | Application

Basic Electrical Circuit – There are many questions about electrical circuits in various job siblings and written tests. Also, as a student of electrical, it is important to know the electrical circuit well. The topics…

## Thevenin’s Theorem | Thevenin Equivalent Circuit Problems Solving

Thevenin Theorem is a popular method of solving complex circuits. 1883 The French telegraph engineer Leon Charles Thevenin Discover this theory. But 1926 The German scientist, Hermann von Helmholtz, was known at the time 1853…

## Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law | Kirchhoff’s Loop Rule | Divider Circuits

Just like the current source of the Kirchoff, the voltage source of the Kirchoff is very important. The combination of these two sources and Ohm’s formulas forms the basis of electrical circuit theory. So to…

## Norton Equivalent Circuit – An Overview | Practical Example

Norton’s Theorem: Norton’s Theorem is a very popular method for solving complex circuits, as well as Thevenin’s Theorem. We have already discussed the Thevenin’s Theorem in detail. Today we will discuss in detail the Norton…

## Alternating Current(AC) | Features | Benefits | Disadvantages

Many of us know the story behind the discovery of AC power. AC means Alternating Current. Nicola Tesla is the inventor of this alternating current.  1835 In Paris, France, Hippolyte Pixii first created an alternator,…

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## Thevenin Theorem | Application | Limitation | Advantage

Thevenin theorem states that any combination of voltage sources, current sources, and resistors with two terminals for a linear electric circuit is electrically equivalent to a single voltage source (V) and series resistor (R). The…

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## Norton Theorem | Statement | Derivation

Norton Theorem The Norton theorem reduces the networks equivalent to the circuit having one current source, parallel resistance, and load. Norton’s theorem is the converse of Thevenin’s Theorem. Its formation of the equivalent current source…