Electric charge flow in linear circuits


This paper shows that the net charge injected by an arbitrary voltage or current source into a linear circuit is divided among the circuit branches, including transmission lines, in the same proportion as the charge would divide among the same branches, if the circuit was replaced by its equivalent circuit at 0 Hz, i.e. solely according to the resistances… (More)


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@article{Silva2017ElectricCF, title={Electric charge flow in linear circuits}, author={Josx00E9 Claudio de Oliveira e Silva and Antx00F4nio Roberto Panicali and Celio Fonseca Barbosa}, journal={2017 International Symposium on Lightning Protection (XIV SIPDA)}, year={2017}, pages={145-151} }