## Voltage Division Rule and Current Division Rule

Whenever we apply a voltage across a circuit the circuit divides the voltage according to the distribution of the series impedances in the circuit. Also when we supply an electric current to a circuit the …

## 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 …

## 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. …

## 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 …

## Reciprocity Theorem Statement Explanation and Examples

The concept of Reciprocity Theorem is straightforward. Suppose there is a source of electricity in a linear bilateral electrical network. Obviously, for this source, suppose there is a certain current in any other branch of …

## Superposition Theorem Statement and Theory

Superposition Theorem is one of the simplified circuit analysis techniques. Suppose there is an active network. Since it is an active network, there may be numbers of active sources acting simultaneously on the network. Statement …

## 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 …

## Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

Moritz von Jacobi introduced Maximum Power Transfer Theorem in the year 1840. The theorem establishes a condition between the power source and the load.  At that condition, a power source can deliver the maximum power …

## Compensation Theorem

Before understanding Compensation Theorem, one question that comes in your mind. Why Compensation Theorem? i.e. why do we need this theorem? Compensation Theorem is a useful theorem. We can apply it to directly find the …

## 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 …