Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Mesh analysis or loop analysis involves the application of Kirchhoff’s voltage law to a circuit. KVL provides linear equations which are used to obtain current in branches. 5 Steps to Apply Mesh Analysis Assign a clockwise current direction to all loops in a...
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Millman theorems is a circuit analysis theorem that is used to solve parallel voltage sources in circuit. In Millman’s theorem the multiple voltage containinting resistances in respective branches can be reduced. Consider the circuit shown below: Using...
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Bridge circuits are widely employed in Electrical and Electronics Engineering for measurement purposes. In this post, you’ll learn about electric bridge networks. How it looks The figure below displays a 5 resistor bridge network: It can also be redrawn as:...
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

In electronic circuits, the amplifier and receiver circuits often require the load the receive maximum amount of power. The maximum power transfer theorem sets the condition for which a load will receive maximum power from a circuit. The load resistance will receive...
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

The electrical voltage dropped across a series resistor is directly proportional to its resistance. The voltage divider rule or voltage divider formula lets you calculate the voltage dropped across series resistors The formula An example Consider a series circuit...
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

An voltage source provides constant voltage to external circuit, whereas a current source provides constant current to external circuit. A practical voltage source always contains some series resistance. Figure 1: Internal construction of voltage source Just like...