Mesh current analysis is a special loop that does not enclose any elements.

Part 2 of the video series provides an example to illustrate the process of mesh-current analysis. After identifying a mesh current in the circuit, Kirchoff’s Voltage Law equation is written for each mesh. The voltage across each element in the circuit is then expressed in terms of the unknown mesh currents.

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