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Lecture 9 Node Voltage Method of Circuit Analysis Sumit Chaudhary Office hours today 11 12 pm and 1 2 pm
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Reading and HW Read first 3 sections of chapter 4 HW–4.14 and 4.15 from the text due next Monday Mallard HW – one problem due 10 am Wed. Quiz on Wed. (on chapter 3 material that covered last week. Study solved examples, assessment problems and HW solutions)
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Node Voltage Method: Workhorse of Circuit Analysis
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Node Voltage Method Chose a reference node (“ground”. . “0 Volts”) Look for one with the most connections Define unknown node voltages Those which are not fixed by source voltages Write KCL at each node , expressing current going out in terms of node voltages (using the I V relationships of branch elements for current going out) KVL is implicit because of the way we write
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2009 for the course EE 201 taught by Professor Kruempel during the Fall '06 term at Iowa State.

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