Electrical Engineering ⇒ Topic : Maxwells Circulating Current Theorem

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Maxwell's Circulating Current Theorem When the number of branches in a network increases, the number of unknown currents also increases and the application of Kirchhoff's second (current) law becomes increasingly difficult. In such circuits, the necessary simultaneous equations can be derived by the use of Maxwell's circulating current theorem, which is stated as follows. To each network is assigned a circulating current before applying Kirchhoff's second law. The application of the theorem can be understood from the following example.  
 
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