Kirchoff''s current law, Electrical Engineering

 

Kirchoff's Current Law

The total current entering a node in a circuit is equal to the total current leaving that node.A Node is a junction between two or more components.

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N.B. we adopt a sign convention so that current entering a node is positive, and current leaving a node is negative, then the law can be written as

 

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Voltages in a circuit


 

 

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