# Chapter 1 Basic DC Circuits

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Chapter 1

Basic DC Circuits

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Objectives

Distinguish between dc and ac and
discuss some of the basic properties of
each.

State and describe the basic circuit
variables including charge, voltage,
current, power, and energy.

Define resistance and conductance and
show the schematic symbol.

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Objectives

State the properties of the ideal voltage
source and ideal current source models
and show their schematic symbols.

State and apply Ohm’s law.

Discuss voltage and current
measurements and how they are made.

State and apply Kirchoff’s voltage law.

State and apply Kirchoff’s current law.

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Objectives

Determine equivalent resistance using
series and parallel combinations.

Analyze a single
-
loop (series) circuit to
determine all the variables.

Analyze a single node
-
pair (parallel) circuit
to determine all the variables.

State and apply the voltage divider rule.

State and apply the current divider rule.

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1
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1 DC Circuit Variables

Resistance “
R”

(Ohm:

)

Voltage
“V”

(Volt: V)

Current
“I”

(Ampere: A)

Power
“P”

(Watt: W)

Energy
“W”
or
“E”

(Joules: J, or watt
-
hour)

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Comparison of a DC Voltage and an AC
Voltage

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Conventional Current Flow in Opposite
Direction to Electron Flow

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Voltage Between Two Points in a Circuit

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Schematic Symbols for an Ideal Voltage
Source and a Battery

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Schematic Symbol for an Ideal Current
Source

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Schematic Symbol for a Resistance

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Illustration of a Short Circuit and an Open
Circuit

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1
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2 A Very Simple DC Circuit

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Different Types of Ground

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Simple Circuit Redrawn with Ground
Symbols

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3 Measuring DC Circuit Variables

Ohmmeter

Voltmeter

Ammeter

Wattmeter

Multi
-
meter

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A Voltmeter is Connected Between Two
Points in a Circuit Across Which the
Voltage is to be Measured

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An Ammeter is Connected Within the
Branch for Which Current is to be
Measured

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4 Power and Energy

Energy:

work performed,
or
capacity to
perform work

Power:

rate of change of energy

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Reference Directions for Power Delivered

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Reference Directions for Power Absorbed

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5 Kirchoff’s Laws

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Kirchoff’s

Voltage Law:
algebraic sum of all
voltages around a closed loop = zero

Kirchoff’s

Current Law:
algebraic sum of all
currents into a node = zero

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A Loop Used to Illustrate Kirchoff’s
Voltage Law

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Illustration of Kirchoff’s Current Law at a
Node

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Circuit of Example 1
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Circuit of Example 1
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1
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6 Equivalent Resistance

Series connected resistors

Equivalent resistance greater than largest
resistor

Parallel connected resistors

Conductances

Equivalent resistance less than smallest
resistor

Series and parallel combinations

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Resistances in Series and the Equivalent
Single Resistance

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Resistances in Parallel and the
Equivalent Single Resistance

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Circuit of Example 1
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Reduction of the Circuit of Example 1
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10

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1
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7 Single
-
Loop or Series Circuit

One current (shared by all circuit’s
components)

Multiple voltages:

Voltage drop (across resistance)

Voltage rise (across sources)

Obey
Kirchoff’s

Voltage Law

Series circuit:
Voltage Divider Rule

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Representative Single
-
Loop (Series)
Circuit

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Circuit of Example 1
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Circuit of Example 1
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1
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8 Single Node
-
Pair or Parallel Circuit

One voltage (drop or rise) shared by all
circuit’s components

Multiple currents:

Branch currents

Obey
Kirchoff’s

Current Law

Parallel circuit:
Current Divider Rule

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Single Node
-
Pair (Parallel) Circuit

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Representative Parallel Circuit with
Current Sources

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Circuit of Example 1
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Circuit of Example 1
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1
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9 Voltage and Current Divider Rules

VDR

V
x

= V
T

* R
x

/ R
T

IDR

I
x

= I
T

* R
T

/ R
x

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Circuit Used to Illustrate the Voltage
Divider Rule

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Circuit Used to Illustrate the Current
Divider Rule

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Circuit of Example 1
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Circuit of Example 1
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