## Millman’s Theorem to Voltage and Current Sources

We can express the Millman’s Theorem in terms of voltage sources. Also, we can express in terms of current sources. Millman’s Theorem Applicable to Voltage Sources This theorem combines both Thevenin’s theorem and Norton’s theorem. …

## Solving Equations with Matrix Method

Solving equations with a matrix is a mathematical technique. Also, it is a popular method of solving linear simultaneous equations. Of course, these equations have a number of unknown variables. Sometimes it becomes difficult to …

## Electrical Source Conversion (Voltage and Current Sources)

We often need to do electrical source conversion during circuit analysis. Because it makes our effort easier. We can convert an ideal voltage source with a series resistance, to a current source. In that case, …

## Ideal Voltage Source and Ideal Current Source

Ideal Voltage Source An ideal voltage source is such a voltage source which provides an equal open circuit and short circuit voltage. That means the terminal voltage of the source is fixed irrespective of the load circuit connected to the source. …

## Circuit Analysis or Network Analysis

Definition of Circuit Analysis Electrical Circuit Analysis is a process of finding out different unknown parameters of a circuit. Description The parameters are resistance, voltage, current, power, energy, impedance, admittance, inductance, reactance, capacitance, conductance, phase angle and many more. We often have to …

## Kirchhoff’s Current Law and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law

There are two numbers of Kirchhoff’s laws. These laws are Kirchhoff’s Current Law and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law. We use very frequently these laws in circuit analysis. The famous German Physicist Gustav Robert Kirchhoff (1824 – …

## Maxwell’s Loop Current Method or Mesh Analysis

Generally, we call Maxwell’s Loop Current Method as Mesh Analysis. We very widely use this circuit analysis technique. In Maxwell’s Loop Current Method, first, we identify all the meshes of the circuit. We imagine one …

## Nodal Analysis Method with Example of Nodal Analysis

The nodal analysis is a popular method of circuit analysis. We use nodal analysis very often. It is a very straight forward method of solving circuit parameters. Besides, it is also simple. Here we follow …

## Star Delta Conversion and Delta Star Conversion

Besides the series or parallel connection, we can connect the resistors or other circuit elements also in STAR and DELTA connection. Star to Delta Transformation Let R1 R2 and R3 are three resistors. These resistors …

## Thevenin’s Theorem Thevenin’s Voltage and Resistance

Thevenin’s Theorem is a process of circuit analysis. It converts a comparatively complicated active circuit to a simplified form. According to Thevenin’s Theorem, we can consider an entire two-port circuit network as an ideal voltage …