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Node Voltage and Mesh Current Exercise For each of the branches shown below, write the expression for the current leaving Node A toward Node B (I ab ) in terms of the node voltages V A and V B and the expression for the voltage drop from Node A to Node B (V ab ) in terms of the clockwise mesh currents I 1 and I 2 in the adjacent meshes. The value of the resistor is R. In some cases, you cannot write the requested expression, but can write a constraint equation; please do so. 1. Node Voltage Method: I ab = Mesh Current Method: V ab = 2. Node Voltage Method: I ab = Mesh Current Method: V ab = 3. Node Voltage Method: I ab = Mesh Current Method: V ab = 4. Node Voltage Method: I ab = Mesh Current Method: V ab = A B I 2 I 1 A Reference Node I 2 I 1 A B I 2 I 1 V S I 1 A B I 2 V S R I AB R R R
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5. Node Voltage Method: I ab = Mesh Current Method: V ab = 6. Node Voltage Method: I ab = Mesh Current Method: V ab = 7. Node Voltage Method:
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course EE 302 taught by Professor Mccann during the Fall '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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