Kirchoff''s voltage law , Computer Engineering

Kirchoff's Voltage Law

 

The sum of all the voltage drops around a closed circuit loop will add to zero

 V1+(-V2)+(-V3)+(-V4)= 0

 

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There are THREE basic circuit laws that form the basis of all circuit analysis procedures

1)     Ohm's Law

              V = I. R

2)     Kirchoff's Voltage Law:


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3)     Kirchoff's Current Law:

 

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