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

# Category Archives: Electrical Circuits Problems

## 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.

## Superposition Problem with Four Voltage and Current Sources

A circuit with two voltage sources and two current sources is solved by the superposition method. The contribution of each source is calculated individually and the response is found by adding the contributions.

## Nodal Analysis - Circuit with Dependent Voltage Source

A 6-node circuit is solved with the nodal analysis. It contains one dependent voltage source, two independent voltage sources, two independent current sources and some resistors. The dependent causes two nodes to form a supernode.

## Nodal Analysis – 6-Node Circuit

A 6-node circuit is solved by the nodal analysis method and powers of voltage and current sources are calculated. The system of linear equations has three equations with three unknowns.