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DC Circuit Theory


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Star and Delta Connections are the two types of connections in a 3 – phase circuits. A Star Connection is a 4 – wire system

In this tutorial, we will learn about Maximum Power Transfer Theorem (MPTT). It is one of the basic yet important laws that states the necessary

In this tutorial, we will learn about Thevenin’s Theorem. It is an important theorem in the field of electrical circuit analysis and is considered to

In this tutorial, we will learn about Norton’s Theorem. Together with Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem forms an important concept in the field of electrical circuit

In this tutorial, we will learn about Kirchhoff’s Laws. Kirchhoff’s Current Law or KCL and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law or KVL are two very important mathematical

Nowadays, we often observe in newspapers and electronic media that many accidents are taking place involving electric hazards which even caused to the loss of

A circuit that can be AC or DC is the combination of active elements (power supply sources) and passive elements (resistors, capacitors and inductors). Thus,

For analysing the linear electric circuits that consists of two or more independent sources (Voltage or current or both), superposition theorem is extremely used (particularly

As we have seen in previous articles, for simplifying the circuits we used series and parallel combination of resistors to reduce the circuit complexity. In

For analyzing DC circuits , generally we use different methods such as ohm’s law, network theorems and other circuit simplification tools. A DC circuit analysis