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Circuit Theory

Circuit Theory

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Published by: arameshkum on Jul 22, 2010
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INTRODUCTION TOINTRODUCTION TOELECTRICAL ENGINEERINGELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
RAMESH KUMAR A RAMESH KUMAR A 
 
2
Basics
Voltage
is
V, I 
,
and
 R
the amount of energy per charge available tomove electrons from one point to another in a circuitand is measured in volts.
Curr 
ent 
isthe rate of charge flow and is measured inamperes.
 Resistance
is the opposition to current and is measuredin ohms.
 
3
Basics
The most important fundamental law in electronics is
Ohm¶s law
,
which relates voltage
,
current
,
and resistance.Georg Simon Ohm (1787-1854) formulated the equationthat bears his name:
 I  R
!
at constant temperatureOhm¶s law

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