## Loop Matrix or Circuit Matrix

Loop Matrix or Circuit Matrix: For a given directed graph, it is always possible to state which branches are involved in the formation of loops or closed circuits or meshes.…

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## Define Incidence Matrix

Define Incidence Matrix: Define Incidence Matrix consists of two parts, namely Complete Incidence Matrix Reduced Incidence Matrix Complete Incidence Matrix (Aa): Define Incidence Matrix is nothing but a mathematical model…

## Network Equilibrium Equation in Matrix Form

Network Equilibrium Equation in Matrix Form: In earlier section we have studied how to obtain equilibrium equations for a network which are based on loop analysis and node analysis. We…

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## Cut Set Matrix and Tree Branch Voltages

Cut Set Matrix and Tree Branch Voltages: A Cut Set Matrix is a minimal set of branches of a connected graph such that the removal of these branches causes the…

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## Tie Set Matrix

Tie Set Matrix(Link Currents): Tie Set Matrix - For a given tree of a graph, addition of each link between any two nodes forms a loop called the fundamental loop.…

## Network Topology in Network Analysis Articles

Network Topology in Network Analysis Articles: Cut Set Matrix in Network Analysis : A connected graph can be separated into two parts by removing certain branches of the graph. This…

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## Network Analysis and Synthesis Articles

Network Analysis and Synthesis Articles: This Network Analysis and Synthesis Articles which includes the following topics: Network Terminology Classification of Electrical Network Circuit Elements Types of Energy Sources AC Fundamentals…

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## Inductively Coupled Circuits

Inductively Coupled Circuits: Inductively coupled multi-mesh circuits can be analysed using Kirchhoff s laws and by loop current methods. Consider Fig. 10.17, where three coils are inductively coupled. For such…