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> Voltage And Current In This Small Circuit?, How to calculate?
ZwuK
Posted: March 19, 2017 03:17 am
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In the circuit below, how to calculate the voltage and the current flowing between the points A and N, and between the points B and N?

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CoulombMagician
Posted: March 27, 2017 03:58 am
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I'll bite. The diagram is a little small to read but I remember that type of homework problem. Draw the phasors for current through each shunt leg then the phasors for the voltages at nodes A and B based on those currents. Your textbook or lecture notes will tell you how to calculate those phasors using the branch impedances. Cheers wink.gif
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Ratch
Posted: February 08, 2018 12:20 am
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QUOTE (ZwuK @ March 19, 2017 03:17 am)
In the circuit below, how to calculate the voltage and the current flowing between the points A and N, and between the points B and N?

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Attachment is too small to read. What frequency? Node analysis will answer your questions.

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Posted: February 08, 2018 10:17 am
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I would suspect its a non issue now being the thread is a year old.

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