Kcl7Ed - KIRCHHOFFCURRENTLAW NODES,BRANCHES,LOOPS T OT A L C UR R EN T F L OW I NG IN T O T HE NO D E M US T

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KIRCHHOFF CURRENT LAW NE OF THE FUNDAMENTAL CONSERVATION PRINCIPLE N ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CHARGE CANNOT BE CREATED NOR DESTROYED
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NODES, BRANCHES, LOOPS ODE: point where two, or more, elements re joined (e.g., big node 1) OOP: A closed path that never goes wice over a node (e.g., the blue line) RANCH: Component connected between two odes (e.g., component R4) The red path is NOT a loop A NODE CONNECTS SEVERAL COMPONENTS. BUT IT DOES NOT HOLD ANY CHARGE. TOTAL CURRENT FLOWING INTO THE NODE MUST BE EQUAL TO TOTAL CURRENT OUT OF THE NODE (A CONSERVATION OF CHARGE PRINCIPLE) NODE
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KIRCHHOFF CURRENT LAW (KCL) UM OF CURRENTS FLOWING INTO A NODE IS QUAL TO SUM OF CURRENTS FLOWING OUT OF HE NODE A 5 A 5 - node   the   of out    flowing negative   the   to   equivalent   is node   a   into    flowing current  LGEBRAIC SUM OF CURRENTS FLOWING INTO A ODE IS ZERO
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course EEL 3041 taught by Professor Haroldklee during the Spring '12 term at University of Central Florida.

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Kcl7Ed - KIRCHHOFFCURRENTLAW NODES,BRANCHES,LOOPS T OT A L C UR R EN T F L OW I NG IN T O T HE NO D E M US T

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