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Network Analysis Lec-3 1Engr Muhammad Salman

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Analysis of Linear Bilateral Network A Bilateral network can be analyzed by the following techniques. 1. Mesh (Loop)Analysis 2. Nodal Analysis Engr Muhammad Salman2

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Mesh (Loop) Analysis Mesh Analysis can be done by using KVL. A loop is a closed path in a circuit, starting from one point and ending on same but not repeating any node more than once. Mesh is a loop having no loop inside. Engr Muhammad Salman3 Mesh 1 Mesh 2

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Mesh (Loop) Analysis 1. Arbitrarily assign a clockwise current to each interior closed loop in the network. Although the assigned current may be in any direction, a clockwise direction is used to make later work simpler. 2. Using the assigned loop currents, indicate the voltage polarities across all resistors in the circuit. For a resistor that is common to two loops, the polarities of the voltage drop due to each loop current should be indicated on the appropriate side of the component. 3. Applying Kirchhoff’s voltage law, write the loop equations for each loop in the network. Do not forget that resistors that are common to two loops will have two voltage drops, one due to each loop. 4. Solve the resultant simultaneous linear equations. 5. Branch currents are determined by algebraically combining the loop currents that are common to the branch. Engr Muhammad Salman4

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Example Engr Muhammad Salman5 Find I 1 and I 2 by using Mesh analysis

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7 Determine the current across R 2

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