EE201
Lecture 8
P. 1
Nodal Analysis (cont.); Mesh Analysis
Nodal Analysis  Good and Bad Choices
Consider the following circuit
_+
2
3
5
5V
_+
3V
4
2A
5
EE201
Lecture 8
P. 2
B
A
_+
E
2A
5
5V
_+
C
3V
4
2
3
5
D
Good choices: (1) labelled nodes, (2) ground
a
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EE201
Lecture 11
P. 1
Source Transformations
Source Transformations
A technique for analyzing circuits that does
not require solving simultaneous equations.
Terminology:
A twoterminal network is a circuit which has
two accessible terminals for connection
EE201
Lecture 9
P. 1
1A
Example:
i2
+
_
2 10V
1A
4
3A
i1
12V
I i
3
1
i5
i6
+
_
7V
+
_
3
i4
2A
Find I for this circuit.
+
_
5V
2A
EE201
Lecture 9
P. 2
Solution:
Four mesh currents that can be written directly,
i1 = 1 A; i2 = 1A; i3 = 2 A; i4 = 2A
There i
EE201
Lecture 10
P. 1
Linearity and Superposition
Consider the circuit:
6
vS
9
+
_
iS
ix
We can solve for the output ix using mesh
analysis. (assume 2 CW mesh currents)
M1:
 vs + 6i1 + 9(i1  i2) = 0
 vs + 15i1  9i2 = 0
M2:
But,
i2 = is
i x = i1  i2
EE201
Lecture 11
P. 1
Source Transformations
Source Transformations
A technique for analyzing circuits that does
not require solving simultaneous equations.
Terminology:
A twoterminal network is a circuit which has
two accessible terminals for connection
EE201
Lecture 8
P. 1
Nodal Analysis (cont.); Mesh Analysis
Nodal Analysis  Good and Bad Choices
Consider the following circuit
2
_+
3
5
5V
_+
3V
4
2A
5
EE201
Lecture 8
P. 2
B
A
E
2A
5
5V
_+
C
3V
4
2
_+
3
5
D
Good choices: (1) labelled nodes, (2) ground
a
EE201
Lecture 10
P. 1
Linearity and Superposition
Consider the circuit:
6
vS
9
+
_
iS
ix
We can solve for the output ix using mesh
analysis. (assume 2 CW mesh currents)
M1:
 vs + 6i1 + 9(i1  i2) = 0
 vs + 15i1  9i2 = 0
i2 = is
M2:
But,
ix = i1  i2
i
EE201
Lecture 9
P. 1
1A
Example:
i2
+
_
2 10V
4
1A
3A
i1
I i
3
1
i5
i6
+
_
7V
12V
+
_
3
i4
2A
Find I for this circuit.
+
_
5V
2A
EE201
Lecture 9
P. 2
Solution:
Four mesh currents that can be written directly,
i1 = 1 A; i2 = 1A; i3 = 2 A; i4 = 2A
There i
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ME 365 Tentative Schedule (Fall 2016)
Topic
Introduction to systems
Block diagram analysis
Static characteristics
Modeling translational mechanical systems
Standard forms of system modeling
Laplace transform
Lap