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Methods of Analysis ENTC 210: Circuit Analysis I Rohit Singhal Lecturer Texas A&M University.

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1 Methods of Analysis ENTC 210: Circuit Analysis I Rohit Singhal Lecturer Texas A&M University

2 Voltage Sources Two voltage sources of different ratings may not be connected in parallel. Why? Series operation, however, is permitted.

3 Current Sources Two current sources of different rating may not be connected in series. Parallel operation, however, is permitted.

4 Source Characteristics Voltage Current

5 Source Characteristics Voltage Current Current Source Voltage Source

6 Current Source A current source determines the current in the branch in which it is located. The magnitude and the polarity of the voltage across it depend on the complete network.

7 Ideal Sources

8 Practical Sources

9 Source Conversion Source conversions are equivalent only at the external terminals

10 Source Conversion

11 Question on Source Conversion!

12 Current Sources in Parallel

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14 Current Sources in Series? No way.

15 The two Approaches already learnt! Reduce and Return Approach!  Simplest technique  Does not apply to more complex circuits. Current Loop Method  Also known as “Mesh Analysis”

16 Mesh Analysis (Can you solve this?)

17 Super-mesh Currents


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