# Unit II: DC Circuits | BCA 2nd Semester Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Notes Pdf

This law applies to electric conduction through good conductors and may be stated as follows: “The ratio of potential difference between any two points on a conductor to the current flowing between them is constantly provided the temperature of the conductor do not change.” The voltage across any conductor is directly proportional to the current flowing through it for temperature remains constant.

In this “DC Circuits – Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics” you will learn about the following topics:

1. Ohm’s Law
2. Voltage Divider Rule
3. Current Divider Rule
4. Kirchhoff’s Current and Voltage Laws
5. Kirchhoff’s Point Law or Current Law (KCL)
6. Kirchhoff’s Mesh Law or Voltage Law (KVL)
7. Determination of Voltage Sign
8. Sign of Battery EMF, Sign of IR drop
9. Loop and Nodal Equations
10. Maxwell’s Loop Current Method
11. Determination of Current Sign
12. Nodal Analysis
13. Thevenin’s Theorem (For Both Theory and Numerical)
14. How to Thevenize a circuit?
15. Norton’s Theorem
16. Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

This article DC Circuits – Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics is contributed by Ritesh Thapa, a student of LA GRANDEE International College (LGIC).

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This article DC Circuits – Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics is contributed by Kabita Adhikari, a student of LA GRANDEE International College (LGIC).

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