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# Category Archives: Electrical Circuits

## Solve Using Current Division Rule

A DC resistive circuit with two sources, one voltage source, one current source both independent solved using current division method.

## Mesh Analysis – Supermesh

The mesh analysis used to solve the circuit which has a supermesh. After solving the circuit, power of sources determined.

## Solve By Source Definitions, KCL and KVL

A DC resistive circuit consisting of one voltage source and one current source and three resistors is solved using source definition, KCL and KVL.

## Find Voltage Using Voltage Division Rule

Determine voltage across and using voltage division rule. Assume that , , , and Solution: Please note that the voltage division rule cannot be directly applied. This is to say that:

## Find currents using KVL

A simple circuit with two voltage sources and two resistors solved using only KVL.

## Total Energy Stored – Circuit with Capacitors and Inductors

Total energy stored in a circuit is calculated by finding the energy stored in each capacitor and each inductor and adding them up. The circuit has two capacitors, two inductors and two independent dc sources.

## Thévenin’s Theorem – Circuit with Two Independent Sources

Thévenin’s Theorem is deployed to solve a simple circuit which contains two independent sources. The solution is explained step-by-step.

## Thévenin’s Theorem – Circuit with An Independent Source

Thevenin’s Theorem is deployed to solve a quite simple circuit with only one independent voltage source. The solution is explained step-by-step.

## Superposition Method – Circuit With Dependent Sources

A circuit with two independent and two dependent sources is solved by the superposition method. Independent sources are turned off one at a time and the contribution of the on source is calculated. Dependent sources should not be turned off.