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Mesh current analysis

  1. Oct 24, 2013 #1
    Use mesh-current analysis to determine currents I1, I2 and I1 + I2 for the network shown.My calculation so far:

    Mesh A: v1+v2=12∠00
    Mesh B: -v2+v3=-10∠00

    v1=i1RA=(47Ω)iA
    v2=iAR2=R2(iA-iB)=(j100Ω)(iA-iB)
    v3=iBR3=(-75j)iB

    Mesh A: (47Ω)iA+(j100Ω)(iA-iB)=12∠00
    Mesh B: -(j100Ω)(iA-iB)+(-75j)iB=-10∠00

    I'm stuck
     

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  3. Oct 27, 2013 #2
    Have you tried distributing j100 Ohm and -j100 Ohm and then combining like terms?
     
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