Thank you for all the help :)
Ok I was actually working on this question (attached below)
We have to find the current through the resistor R11 after the switch is opened. ( it was shut for a long time prior to it opening at t=0)
Everything is correct but my final answer is wrong...
Uhh...so what you are saying is the current goes from the +Vc towards +Vb in anti clockwise direction?
But it wont go from +Vc to -Vc to -Vb to +Vb and so on in a clockwise direction?
Happy new year too you too :)
What did u mean by currents have to go the long way around?
Anyway eventually i agree that there will be no current across a capacitor. But what about while its charging? there will be voltage across it, and shouldnt that mean a current also flows?
In an RC circuit shown below, with the switch closed after a long time, when the capacitor is charging, there is a current across the capacitor given by Initial current x e ^ (-t/RC)...
Is this current....the current supplied by capacitor to the rest of circuit, or simply the current across...
I understand that you cannot apply KVL to voltage sources connected in parallel, unless both voltage sources are the same, as this violates KVL.
However, I want to know why? Just a simple 2-3 line explanation will suffice.