Alternating current (AC), which means it will change periodically. We know that the DC current is always flowing in the same direction where the AC current is positive in one direction and after that, the…

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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…

Read More## Nodal analysis | Types | Voltage | Supernode Analysis | Properties

There are two types of basic methods that are used for solving any electrical network Nodal analysis and Mesh analysis. In this article, we are going to discuss the Nodal analysis method. In Nodal analysis,…

Read More## Mesh Analysis In Details With Supermesh Analysis

Mesh analysis The mesh analysis is also called the Loop Current Method, is quite similar to the Branch Current method in that it uses simultaneous equations, KVL (Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law), and Ohm’s Law to determine…

Read More## 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…

Read More## Wye Delta Transformation | Diagram & Formula | Application

Wye Delta Transformation is used to establish equivalence for networks with three terminals. Wye delta transformation and its application: Situations often arise in circuit analysis when the resistors are neither series are nor in parallel….

Read More## The Dependent And Independent Sources

The dependent and independent sources there are two types of source, namely voltage source, and current source. Sources can be independent or dependent upon some other quantities. Explain The Dependent And Independent Sources: Independent Source: Independent…

Read More## Explain The Current Divider Rule (CDR)

Parallel electrical circuits, the current doesn’t remain the same. The current divider rule(CDR) is used to find the divided current in parallel circuits. Statement of Current Divider rule: Statement: The electrical current entering the node…

Read More## Voltage Divider Rule

Note that, The Output voltage value of a voltage divider circuit is always less than the input voltage value. Voltage Divider Rule(VDR): Applying this rule can also solve simple circuits thoroughly, The main concept of this rule …

Read More## Kirchhoff’s Current Law(KCL)

At any node in a circuit, the total of currents following into that node is suitable the total of currents following of that node. The Kirchhoff’s Current Law,(KCL): Kirchoff’s Current Law (KCL) can be stated in words…

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