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Specifically, it tells you that current enters a passive device at its positive voltage terminal. Here’s how passive sign convention works: You assign plus and minus signs to each device to serve as reference marks. After you arbitrarily assign the polarities of a device, you define the current direction so that it enters the positive side. ) If your answers for voltage or current are positive, then the polarities line up with your assigned polarities or current direction. If your answers come up negative, they’re opposite to your assigned polarities or current direction.
Chapter 2: Clarifying Basic Circuit Concepts and Diagrams This method of generating a closed path allows you to get consistent results when analyzing circuits. To form a loop or closed path, you must start at one point in the circuit and end up at the same place, much like going around the block in your neighborhood. Figure 2-6: Schematic with a closed path loop. Illustration by Wiley, Composition Services Graphics As more devices are connected to the circuit, there’s an increased likelihood that more loops will occur.
So the KCL equation for Node C is The number of independent KCL equations you actually need is one fewer than the number of nodes for any circuit. If you want to save yourself a little time in the case of Figure 3-3, you can find the KCL equation for Node C simply by substituting the KCL equation for Node B into the KCL equation for Node A. If you have a lot of devices connected at one node, label that node as your circuit reference point and count it as having 0 volts (I discuss the ground symbol and reference nodes in Chapter 2).