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Solved Problems-9

Problems-9
Determine the current i1 in the circuit using nodal analysis method and graph theory concepts.
 
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Solution
By source transformation technique, we convert the 19 V and 25 V voltage sources into current sources.
 
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Since the 30 V voltage source, the 4 A current source, and controlled current source are not accompanied by the passive elements, we consider three resistors R1R2 and R3 and finally let, R1 → 0, R2 → ∝, and R3 → ∝.
 
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The graph of the network is shown.
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The complete incidence matrix is,
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Reduced Incidence matrix is,
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Branch admittance matrix is,
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where, G1 = Description: 5199.png, G2 = Description: 5205.pngG3 = Description: 5211.png
 
 AYb = Description: 5220.png
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 AYbAT = Description: 5234.png
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Now,
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Thus, node equations are,
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With R1 → 0, G1 → ∝, R2 → ∝, G2 → 0, R3 → ∝, G3 → 0 the equations become:
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or
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Solving equations (i), (ii), and (iii), we get,
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Hence, the current, Description: 5343.png 
 




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