lab 3 mesh and node analysis

Lab 3 mesh and node - Experiment 3 Node-Voltage and Mesh-Current Methods EE 300 Basic Electrical Engineering Lab Scott Finnesand Date Instructor

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Experiment # 3 Node-Voltage and Mesh-Current Methods EE 300 Basic Electrical Engineering Lab Scott Finnesand Date: 2/12/08 Instructor: Barun Ranjikar
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Objective: The objective of this experiment is to relate nodal and mesh analysis techniques to actual circuits. This will be accomplished in out usual fashion, by first analyzing the circuits numerically “by hand”, then in lab, these same circuits will then be constructed, resulting in experimental values that can be compared to theoretical results. Introduction: This lab relates two different circuit analysis techniques, mesh analysis and nodal analysis. Both techniques result in the same answers. Nodal analysis is an organized method of using Kirchhoff’s current law. Mesh analysis is an organized method of using Kirchhoff’s voltage law. They allow us a more effective way of using Kirchhoff’s laws and allow for more application. Pre-lab : See attachment Procedures: Node-Voltage Method 1. Construct the circuit shown in Figure 1 2. Measure the node-voltage V A and V B using a digital multi-meter in the voltmeter mode 3. Measure the branch currents I1, I2, I3, I4, and I5 using a digital multi-meter in the
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Lab 3 mesh and node - Experiment 3 Node-Voltage and Mesh-Current Methods EE 300 Basic Electrical Engineering Lab Scott Finnesand Date Instructor

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