|May11-09, 12:43 AM||#1|
Nodal Analysis Problem (Basic Circuit Analysis)
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Find v1 and v2 from the given picture.
2. Relevant equations
Ohm's law, V=IR
3. The attempt at a solution
I tried to use current division. The 6A source split into 2, giving 2A down the 8 ohm resistor and 4 amperes down the 4 ohm resistor. Since 10A goes out of the second node, 6A must come up from the ground.
I know one equation would be (V2-V1) = 16. I just can't seem to find the other equation. =/
|May13-09, 10:14 AM||#2|
Try Kirchhoff's circuit laws
You have three loop.
Besides, 8 Ohm:(4+2) Ohm
|Sep30-09, 11:59 AM||#3|
do you have the answers
I got v1 = 4.2 A & v2 = 16.8
and voltage = 33.6
I want to know if I did it right or not
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