anonymous
  • anonymous
Could someone explain to me how to solve this circuit using mesh analysis. http://imgur.com/jtqjSA8
MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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anonymous
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  • anonymous
(let i-one,i-two and i-three be equal to x ,y and z....) SOLUTION using KVL(Kirchoff's Voltage Law) -4(z-x)-6z-8(z-y)=0.....................(1) -4(x-z)-2(x-y) =20........................(2) -2(y-x)-8(y-z)+10z=0....................(3) solving (1)(2)(3) simultanously we have x=-3.2143(the negative sign means that the assumed direction was wrong) y=-9.643(the negative sign means that the assumed direction was wrong) z=i-zero=-5(the negative sign means that the assumed direction was wrong) I AM 99.9999999999% SURE OF THE ANSWER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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