
By doctorj, on April 2nd, 2009% The previous videos provided some examples on how to analyze circuits using mesh current analysis. After a little practice, you will begin see patterns when forming the set of equations with the unknown mesh currents. In other words, you can do the mesh current analysis by inspection. The following video will show how to do [...] . . . → Read More: Circuit Analysis – Mesh Current Analysis – Part 3
By doctorj, on March 31st, 2009% 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 meshcurrent 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 [...] . . . → Read More: Circuit Analysis – Mesh Current Analysis – Part 2
By doctorj, on March 26th, 2009% Meshcurrent analysis is useful in circuits having many elements connected in series. We note that a loop forms a closed path by passing through an ordered sequence of nodes where no node is passed more than once. On the other hand, a mesh is a specialized looop that doesn’t enclose any elements. Some of the [...] . . . → Read More: Circuit Analysis – Mesh Current Analysis – Part 1

