Example 4.1: Identifying Node, Branch, Mesh and Loop in a Circuit
For the circuit in Fig, 4.3. identify
a) all nodes.
b) all essential nodes.
c) all branches.
d) all essential branches.
e) all meshes.
f) two paths that are not loops or
essential branches

Network Analysis 2
Chapter 8
Natural and Step Responses
of RLC Circuits
1
Ordinary Differential Equation
A dierential equation is an equation for an
unknown function that contains not only the
function but also its derivatives
F(x, y, y) = 0
In theory y =

Network Analysis - II
Assignment -3 : Step Response on RL and RC circuits.
1. The switch in the circuit shown in figure 1 has been in position a for a long
time. At t =0, the switch moves instantaneously to position b. (5 Points)
a) Find the numerical exp

Network Analysis 2
Chapter 16
The Fourier Series
1
16.1 Fourier Series
A periodic function can be represented by an infinite
sum of sine or cosine functions that are harmonically
related - the Fourier Series
= + cos 0 + sin 0
=1
, , - Fourier Coefficie

Network Analysis - II
Assignment -1 : 1st Order Response of RL Circuit
1) The switch in the circuit shown has been closed for a long time and is
opened at t=0.
(5 Points)
a) Calculate the initial value of i.
b) Calculate the initial energy stored in the i

Project #1.
The Response of RC First-Order Circuits
Submitted by:
Manquan Fang
(Student ID: 201421177013)
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Department of International
Wuhan University of Science and Technology
June/2/2016
Introduction
1, Learn how to measure the time constant .
2, Lear

Network Analysis
Prerequisite
0. Prerequisite
Numbers in Engineering
Complex Numbers
Page
2
1. Numbers in Engineering
1.1 Number System
1
10
102
103
106
109
1012
Chinese
Ame.En
unit
ten
hundred thousand million billion
trillion
Bri.En
unit
ten
hundred t

Network Analysis 2
Lecture 1
First Order Differential Equations
and System Response
1
Ordinary Differential Equation
A dierential equation is an equation for an
unknown function that contains not only the
function but also its derivatives
F(x, y, y) = 0
T

Network Analysis II
Assignment 2: Response of First Order RL and RC Circuits
1) The switch in the circuit shown has been in the left position for a long time.
At t = 0 it moves to the right position and stays there. (10 Points)
a) Find the initial voltage

Network Analysis 2
Chapter 17
The Fourier Transform
1
17.1 Fourier Transform
For an aperiodic function, whose period T can be
regarded as infinite, the Fourier Series become the
Fourier Transform, where the summation becomes
integral, discrete harmonic fr

EE 233 Network Analysis 1
Assignment 5: Norton & Thevenin Equivalent &
Superposition Theorem
Due March 10th (Thursday)
(5 Points)
1) Find V0 using Superposition Theorem.
8 k
12 V
4 k
12 k
4 k
4 mA
2)
a) For the circuit given below, find the Thevenin equiv