A simple circuit is solved and power absorbed or supplied by each element is determined. KCL as well as Ohm's law are used in solving the circuit. positive sign convention is used in determining element powers. It is shown and discussed how a source, here current source, can be neither absorbing or supplying power. It is also mentioned that resistors are passive elements and always absorb power/energy.
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SOME OF THE CONTENTS
Chapter 1 UNITS AND BASIC CONCEPTS
Chapter 2 RESISTANCE AND OHM'S LAW
Chapter 3 SERIES AND PARALLEL RESISTIVE CIRCUITS
Chapter 4 KIRCHHOFF'S LAWS
Chapter 5 NETWORK THEOREMS
Chapter 6 CAPACITORS
Chapter 7 INDUCTORS
Chapter 8 AC SOURCES, WAVEFORMS, AND CIRCUIT RELATIONSHIPS
Chapter 9 COMPLEX NUMBERS AND PHASORS
Chapter 10 AC CIRCUITS UNDER STEADY STATE
Chapter 11 MAGNETICALLY COUPLED CIRCUITS
Chapter 12 RESONANCE
Chapter 13 FREQUENCY RESPONSE AND FILTERS
Chapter 14 THREE-PHASE CIRCUITS
Chapter 15 TRANSIENTS IN DC CIRCUITS
Chapter 16 STEP, RAMP, AND IMPULSE FUNCTIONS
Chapter 17 DUALS AND ANALOGS
Chapter 18 TRANSIENTS IN AC CIRCUITS
Chapter 19 CIRCUITS WITH MULTIFREQUENCY
Chapter 20 CIRCUITS WITH NONSINUSOIDAL SOURCES
Chapter 21 LAPLACE TRANSFORM METHOD
Chapter 22 STATE VARIABLES METHOD
Chapter 23 TWO-PORT NETWORKS
Chapter 24 REVIEW PROBLEMS
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