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Lecture 11 Chapter 4 Finishing Node Voltage Analysis method Sumit Chaudhary 2124 Coover Hall
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Reading and HW Read 4.6, 4.7 HW – Problem no 4.29 – due Mon Mallard Problem – due Mon 10 am Quiz on Wed – Node Voltage Analysis and Mesh Current Analysis Exam 1–Wed Oct 1st
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Nodal Analysis (Mallard due today) Don’t bother with shown current directions When setting up node voltage equation.
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Unformatted text preview: Just write those equations assuming current out from the node . Only one essential node here. Hence one equation Plus one constraint equation for dependent source Nodal Analysis: Special Cases Floating sources Supernode This example discussed in section 4.4 of text Assessment problem 4.5 Assessment problem 4.6...
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