Homework Statement
The problem asks to solve for i1, i2, and i3 using the mesh method in the following circuit:
I will also include the link, because I noticed I am having trouble attaching the image to the post: https://imgur.com/a/bBvuLXM
I would also like to confirm the answer by solving...
Okay, so why is it that Vc assumed to be 12v - 0.7v (D1), how about contribution from the 9v battery?? Why is this not affecting the voltage at node C?
Why Vc isn't 9v - 0.7v (D2) = 8.3v?
Homework Statement
I am wondering if in this circuit Vb will be 0V?
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I have found all the other ones, but I am unsure if Vb will be 0 or not, and if it is then what is the logic behind it?
I know that when we have to identify the nodes for solving a circuit with nodal analysis we always have to designate a reference node (which will be the ground node) as a reference for measuring the others' voltages. However I was practicing this and I found this example on...
Good evening people. Recently I started taking the "electric network analysis" course in my school. We already saw the mesh analysis method for solving circuits. Now we are seeing the node analysis method. I understand that the first step for this method is finding the number of nodes (and one...