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KIRCHHOFF LAWS AND THEIR USE IN SOLVING THE COMPLEX PROBLEM OF ELECTROMAGNETISM

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Authors: Otajonov Sukhrob Ergashalievich, (PhD) in specialty 6D071000 – Materials Study and the Technology of New Materials, senior lecturer of the Department of General Physics and Solid matters of SEI «Khujand State University named after acad. B.Gafurov»; Rahmatov Muhamadi Nuridinovich, candidate of physical and mathematical sciences, senior lecturer of the Department of General Physics and Solid matters of SEI «Khujand State University named after acad. B. Gafurov», (Tajikistan Khujand)

 

JOURNAL NUMBER: 1(74).    YEAR OF ISSUE: 2023.    LANGUAGE OF THE ARTICLE: Tajik



ANNOTATION

Kirchhoff's laws are of particular importance in electrical engineering because of their versatility, as they are suitable for all kinds of electrical problems. The article provides information about Kirchhoff's laws and their application to solve problems with complex circuits. The application of Kirchhoff's laws allows students to improve their understanding of the laws of direct current, electrical circuits and their elements. The study of the application of the laws of direct current and Kirchhoff's laws for calculating complex electrical circuits allow students  to improve their skill, strengthen the cognitive activity of students by solving problems of calculating complex electrical circuits, improve the culture of mental work, analytical skills, see the practical value of knowledge, develop communication skills. Kirchhoff's laws  are of  particular importance in electrical engineering  due to their universality, as they are suitable solving any electrical problem.    

 

KEY WORDS

branching of electric circuits, Kirchhoff's laws, electrical circuit, branch, node, current, voltage, electromotive force (EMF), method of Cramer