## Norton’s Theorem

Norton’s Theorem: Norton’s theorem is suitable for a linear bilateral network where we desire to find the values of the current flowing through the resistor for its different values.  The…

## Supernode Analysis

Supernode Analysis: In nodal analysis, when a voltage source comes in between two nodes not involving the reference node then supernode analysis has to be performed. Nodal analysis is a…

## Supermesh Analysis

Supermensh Analysis: In mesh analysis, when a current source is present between two mesh, a supermesh analysis has to be performed. Mesh analysis stands to be one of the most…

## Thevenin’s Theorem

Thevenin’s Theorem: Thevenin’s theorem is suitable for a linear bilateral network where we desire to find the values of the current flowing through the resistor for its different values.  The…

## Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: Nodal analysis is a method of network analysis particularly suited for networks having many parallel circuits with a common ground connected node. This method of network analysis is…

## Mesh Current Analysis

Mesh Current Analysis: Mesh current analysis is one of the most universal methods of solving electrical circuits or networks. We use this analysis to determine currents flowing in the individual…

## Superposition Theorem

Superposition Theorem: For analysis of electrical circuits where we need to determine the current in a particular branch of the circuit containing two or more voltage and current sources, we…

## Kirchhoff’s Law

Kirchhoff’s Law: The basic laws of currents governing the electrical networks derived by Gustov Robert Kirchhoff are Kirchhoff’s laws. This law is the foundation for the systematic analysis of electrical…

## Initial Condition for Second Order Differential Term

The initial condition for the second-order differential term include the following: The steps will be much similar to that of the initial condition for the first-order derivative term. But the…

## Initial Conditions in Circuit

Initial conditions in the circuit are the boundary values of the differential equation governing the circuit. Due to the presence of energy storage elements such as inductor and capacitor in…