## Source Transformation Technique

Source Transformation Technique: Source Transformation Technique - In solving networks to find solutions one may have to deal with energy sources. It has already been discussed before that basically, energy Source Transformation are either voltage…

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## Supernode Analysis

Supernode Analysis: Suppose any of the branches in the network has a voltage source, then it is slightly difficult to apply nodal analysis. One way to overcome this difficulty is to apply the Supernode Analysis.…

## Nodal Analysis Examples

Nodal Analysis Examples: Nodal Analysis Examples - we discussed simple circuits containing only two nodes, including the reference node. In general, in a N node circuit, one of the nodes is chosen as reference or…

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## Super Mesh Circuit Analysis

Super Mesh Circuit Analysis: Suppose any of the branches in the network has a current source, then it is slightly difficult to apply mesh analysis straight forward because first we should assume an unknown voltage…

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## Mesh Analysis Equation

Mesh Analysis Equation: Mesh Analysis Equation and nodal analysis are two basic important techniques used in finding solutions for a network. The suitability of either mesh or nodal analysis to aÂ particular problem depends mainly on…

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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 graph to be cut into…

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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. In a loop there exists…

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## Incidence Matrix

Incidence Matrix (A): The incidence of elements to nodes in a connected graph is shown by the element node incidence matrix (A). Arrows indicated in the branches of a graph result in an oriented or…