Electrical Network Theory
Network Theory is the study of how to solve circuit problems in electrical engineering. The engineer examines circuits in order to determine the various voltages and currents that exist within the network. In an alternating current (ac) circuit, reactance, X, is the result of having capacitance or inductance. The use of electric circuit theorems to find voltage and current in multi-loop circuits is always advantageous. These theorems investigate basic components of electrical or electronics parameters such as voltages, currents, resistance, and so on using fundamental rules or formulas and basic equations from mathematics. Ohm's law, or V=IR, is the most fundamental law in electricity. The V stands for voltage, which is the difference in potential between two charges. Electrical resistance is a unit of measurement for the amount of current repulsion in a circuit. It is measured in Ohms. Simply said, resistance is a physical property that prevents current from flowing.
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