4.1 T€rminotogy p. 94 4.2 Introduction to the Node-Vottage 4.3 The Node-VoLtigc Method and Dependent 4.4 The Noile-Vottage Method: Some SpeciaL Cases p. ?01 4.5 tntroduction to the l4esh-[urrent l4ethod p. 105 4.6 The l'lesh-Current l4ethod and Depend€nt4.7 Tte li,lesh-Current l,lethod: Som€ Spe.iat t.ses p. 109Techniques ofCircuit AnalysisSo far, we have analyzed retativety simple resistive circuitsby applying Kirchhoff's laws in combination with Ohm's law Wecan use this approach for all circuits, but as they become struc- turally more complicated and involve more and more elements,this direct method soon becomes cumbersome.In this chapter weintroduce two powerful techniques of circuit analysis that aid in the analysis of complex circuit structures: the node-voltagemethod and the mesh-curent method. These techniques give us two systematic methods of describing citcuits with the minimum Ilumber of simultaneous
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