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# Tag Archives: Independent Sources

## 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

Solve the circuit and find the power of sources: , , , , , . Solution: There are three meshes in the circuit. So, we need to assign three mesh currents. It is better to have all the mesh currents loop in the same direction (usually clockwise) to prevent errors when writing out the equations.

## Find currents using KVL

Find resistor currents using KVL. Solution: and are parallel. So the voltage across is equal to . This can be also calculated using KVL in the left hand side loop:

## 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.

## Ideal Independent Sources

The ideal independent voltage and current sources are explained. Their symbols and voltage-current characteristics are presented. It is shown how their definitions can be used to solve problems. Some examples are also provided to clarify their characteristics.

## Problem 1-15: Power of Independent Sources

Determining power of independent voltage and current sources. Passive sign and active sign conventions are used to find out which source is supplyingpower and which one is absorbing.

## Problem 1-14: Current of A Voltage Source

Two simple circuits are used to demonstrate the characteristic of voltage and current sources. In both cases, the voltage sources are in series with current sources.

## Problem 1-13: Voltage of A Current Source

Five circuits are considered to explain the characteristics of voltage and current sources. It is shown how voltage sources enforce their voltages on parallel elements.