# Electrical engineering: KVL in the frequency domain

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## Electrical engineering: KVL in the frequency domain

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Demonstration that Kirchhoff's voltage law applies in the frequency domain. The voltage phase offsets around a loop sum to zero.

## Electrical engineering

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## AC circuit analyisis

If we limit ourselves to input signals shaped like sines or cosines, we can develop a whole AC analysis method to figure out what happens in circuits with changing signals. The methods are far simpler than solving a differential equation.

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Demonstration that Kirchhoff's voltage law applies in the frequency domain. The voltage phase offsets around a loop sum to zero.

## Electrical engineering

Learn about electricity, circuit theory, and introductory electronics. We also have sections that let you get down and dirty with household items, from building your own robot to videos where we disassemble household items to see what's inside.

## AC circuit analyisis

If we limit ourselves to input signals shaped like sines or cosines, we can develop a whole AC analysis method to figure out what happens in circuits with changing signals. The methods are far simpler than solving a differential equation.

## Topic: Science

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