Superposition rule is used to solve a DC resistive circuit which has two independent voltage sources and four resistors.

# Category Archives: Resistive Circuits

## Mesh (Current) Analysis Problem

A circuit with four meshes solved using the mesh analysis. The circuit has two current sources, one voltage source and six resistors.

## Superposition method - Circuit with two sources

Finding current by using superposition method. There are two independent sources, so we need to turn them off one by one and calculate their contributions.

## Find Thevenin's and Norton's Equivalent Circuits

Thevenin's and Norton's equivalent circuits of a DC resistive circuit is determined. The circuit has an independent current source and a dependent voltage s

## 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.

## 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.