Equation Setup for Nodal Analysis

Equation Setup for Nodal Analysis - into Node b Equation...

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These Equations Generalize to Circuits with More Than 2 Nodes or 2 Meshes Equation Setup for Nodal Analysis Node a : Σ Gs connected x V a - Σ Gs between x V b = Current Source to Node a Nodes a & b into Node a Node b : - Σ Gs between x V a + Σ Gs connected x V b = Current Source Nodes a & b to Node b
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Unformatted text preview: into Node b Equation Setup for Mesh Analysis Mesh 1 : Σ Rs in Mesh 1 x i 1 - Σ Rs in common x i 2 = Voltage Source between Meshes in Mesh 1 1 & 2 Mesh 2 : -Σ Rs in common x i 1 + Σ Rs in Mesh 2 x i 2 = Voltage Source between Meshes in Mesh 2 1 & 2...
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