Unformatted text preview: b) The method for writing node and mesh equations by inspection provides a simple and systemic approach for circuit analysis. c) This method can be generalized to circuits with more than 2 nodes or meshes. d) It should be noted that in the resulting equations, the off-diagonal elements are symmetric, thus providing a check on the accuracy of the equations. 4. Circuits with mixed current and voltage sources a) Node Voltage Analysis - Since we expect to have all current sources, for any voltage source, designate a current source through it. Then, write an auxiliary equation to relate the voltage source to the node voltages or the other current sources. b) Mesh Current Analysis - Since we expect to have all voltage sources, for any current source, designate a voltage source across it. Then, write an auxiliary equation to relate the current source to the mesh currents or the other voltage sources....
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- Spring '09
- Volt, Mesh Analysis, Resistor, Electrical resistance, Electrical impedance, Series and parallel circuits