Superposition theorem fails when you have two ideal (identical) voltage sources in parallel. Under which specific constraints can I apply it?
I have read that, in DC Circuits, superposition requires that ideal voltage sources are never placed in parallel, and ideal current sources are never placed in series. Is this true?
I have tried to apply it to the following circuit, with R1 = 0.25 ohms, R2 = 0.32 ohms and V1 = V2 = 1.5V, but I'm getting absurd results: