**Paralell Circuit**

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E R R 1 R 2 R 4 R 3 Figure 51 A seriesparallel circuit. OBJECTIVES After studying this unit, the student should be able to • explain the characteristics of seriesparallel circuits. • demonstrate a procedure for solving problems involving seriesparallel circuits. Combining series and parallel circuits is often necessary to meet electrical requirements and to group devices in a load circuit to obtain a particular value of resistance. Grouping devices in seriesparallel circuits is also necessary TM THE RESPONSE OF AN RC OR RL PARALLEL CIRCUIT In any parallel circuit, one common voltage, produced by the input forcing current and/or the stored energy, appears across all the parallel components. The instantaneous current in any one component.is this common voltage divided by the impedance of that component. Although there are several approaches to the analysis of parallel circuits, the use of a current input and the actual, physical impedance of the components Science Background Information for Teachers Several light bulbs can be connected to one battery in two basic ways: by a series circuit or by a parallel circuit. In a series circuit, the wires run in a circular way. In a parallel circuit, the wires run in a parallel way, from one pole on the battery, through the connectors on several sockets. Materials □ dry cell batteries, two for each group □ several miniature light bulbs and sockets for each group □ insulated copper wire □ yellow markers So, if.your restaurant sign has 200 light bulbs wired together in parallel and one burns out, light still shines from the other 199 bulbs. Figure 25: Lights bulbs are often arranged in a parallel circuit so if one burns out, the rest stay lit. I X On Off On On In parallel circuits, the voltage across each parallel branch of the circuit is the same. And when you know how to calculate the current flowing in each branch of the circuit (discussed in Chapter 3), you will see that if you add up all the branch Principles & Applications Robert J. Herrick. Figure 1 16 demonstrates current dividing in a parallel circuit. In this example, current enters from the top of the circuit, divides at node a, flows separately through the individual branches,.rejoins at node b, and then flows out of the bottom of the parallel circuit.OBJECTIVES After studying this unit, the student should be able to • determine the current and voltage relationships in an alternatingcurrent circuit containing a resistor connected in parallel with an inductor. • make a vector analysis for an RL parallel circuit. INDUCTANCE IN PARALLEL CIRCUITS Parallel circuits are more common than series circuits because of the parallel or multiple system of energy transmission and distribution. It is not difficult to calculate the total current of Parallel circuit simulation has been a popular research topic for several decades since the invention of SPICE. Researchers have proposed a large amount of parallelization.techniques for SPICElike circuit simulation [1]. In this chapter, we will comprehensively review stateoftheart studies on parallel circuit simulation techniques. Before that, we would like to briefly introduce classifications of these parallel techniques. Based on different points of view, parallel circuit simulation