Analog Electronics Applications: Fundamentals of Design and by Hernando Lautaro Fernandez-Canque

By Hernando Lautaro Fernandez-Canque

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These two conditions will lead to the concept of circuit and electromotive force (emf). 1 Circuit The path required to allow electrons to move to fulfill condition 1. This path will generate what is known as the electric circuit. 2 Electromotive Force The driven stimulus required to fulfill condition 2 is known as the electromotive force (emf). Each time a charge passes through the source energy provided by the emf the continuous current flow is maintained. 3 Source An element that provides electrical energy supplied to a circuit is termed a source.

This created confusion for many students and researchers as different results were published for the same experiments. A conference in units was organized to unify criterion on units. The conference concluded with an International System of Units or SI system. The SI system was formally introduced in 1960 and has been accepted by many countries and institutions as their system of measurements. Throughout this book we will use the SI system of units. The SI system selects six physical quantities as the basis of their units.

There are two important rules that can be used to solve a circuit, that is, calculation of voltages and currents. These regulations are known as Kirchhoff’s laws in circuit analysis. The application of Kirchhoff’s laws will solve a circuit no matter how many elements are in it or how complex it is. One of the aims of this chapter is to understand the basic concept of Kirchhoff’s laws associated with potential differences (pds) in closed circuits and electric currents in a circuit junction and their applications to solve dc and ac circuits.

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