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Daeol

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Hello there again!

I started working on the second problem but I think I am doing it wrong so I thought I would post the first step and do this one step at a time to see where the mistake was.

So the task is to determine UR3 and IR3 using the Node-Voltage method. Also I hope it is not an issue that I am posting this here, I thought it would be better than creating a new thread.

This is the circuit:

So first thing I did is that I determined the currents that flow through the nodes A B and C.

A: I1 + IR2 - IR1 - IR3 = 0

B: IR3 + I2 - IR5 = 0

C: IR5 + IR4 - I2 = 0

Now to rewrite those so that I can get a system of 3 equations where I need to solve for UA, UB and UC.

A: I1 + (U+UB-UA)/R2 - UA/R1 - (UB-UA)/R3 = 0

B: (UB-UA)/R3 + I2 - (UB-UC)/R5 = 0

C: (UB-UC)/R5 + UC/R4 - I2 = 0

So that would be it for the start I guess. Let me know what do you guys think, if I got the currents going in and out right and all.

I am especially hesitant about IR2 = (U+UB-UA)/R2 IR3 = (UB-UA)/R3 and IR5 = (UB-UC)/R5.

Most about the IR2.

I need to make sure I do this step correctly before I move on to solving the system of equations.