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Lecture 10 Continuing Node Voltage Analysis Sumit Chaudhary 2124 Coover Hall
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Reading and HW Read sections 4.3 and 4.4 HW from Text – Problem 4.29 (due next Monday) Mallard HW (Similar to 4.17 from the book)– due this Friday Detailed solution of problem 4.27 from the book is also given in the last slide of this lecture, for your reference.
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Mallard that was due today ..... 321 1 1 + R V ..... ) 385 ( 5 2 + R V
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Nodal Analysis with Dependent Sources Nothing new in concept Just incorporate the dependence term in the proper place when you set you your equations 0 2 8 10 5 : 2 0 2 20 20 5 : 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 = + + = + + ϕ i V V V V node V V V V node But now we have 3 variables !!!! 5 2 1 V V i =
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Nodal Analysis with Dependent
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Unformatted text preview: Sources • Let’s do an example – Assessment Problem 4.3 Nodal Analysis – Special Cases Only a Voltage source between node 1 and reference node 5 50 10 100 : 2 2 2 = − + − V V node Nodal Analysis: Special Cases • Floating sources Supernode Floating sources ‐ example s • The supernode example on the previous slide is the same as discussed in section 4.4 of book. So please refer textbook section 4.4 to understand the discussion of supernode. • Let’s look at Assessment Problem 4.5 Assessment problem 4.5 Problem 4.27 from the textbook...
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