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EE 302 - Lecutre Slides - Unit_3[1][1][1].3___Node_vs_Mesh

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Unit 3: Node and Mesh Circuit Analysis Unit 3.3 - Node Voltage Analysis vs. Mesh Current Analysis

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Solving Problems Since the first exam, we have introduced two systematic techniques: Node Voltage Analysis allows you to assign voltage values to each essential node once a reference node is defined. Mesh Current Analysis allows you to assign current values to all mesh currents in the circuit. Now that we have these two tools which one should I use?
Which method do you pick? How many equations do you need to solve? – Pick the method that has fewer equations. What is asked? – If voltage is the unknown quantity use nodal analysis, if current is the unknown use mesh current.

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Example Circuit #1 If I use node voltage analysis, how many equations do I have to solve? I am left with 3 nodes for which I need to write a KCL equations. This means I have 3 equations and 3

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