Diagonal resistance of regular polyhedron. R(4)=1/2, R(6)=5/6. How about R(8), R(12) and R(20)?
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Resistor mesh of 60 nodes is made by Maple 2021. Resistance of node 1 to 31 is 17/11 ohm. The one of node 1 to 2 is 0.649 ohm. Not sure this is true but Mathcad can solve them.
I don't know why every body went to town on this. You already gave the V and I so R = 5/6 ohms.
But as an academic exercise - as others have given but more colourful pictures are here:
This is not solving 3D 1*1*1 grid resistor mesh only. Using Mathcad or other mathematical programs we can calculate more interesting resistor grid problems.
1/3+1/6+1/3 can not use if the grid is 1*1*2. I post many unique resistor grid problems here. This time 60 node soccer ball resistor grid result is shown. Please try to solve it because I can not find any answer in WWW sites. Without using Math software, we can not solve such as R1-2 of resistor ball.
1*1*2 1*1*1
Thanks.
I also find berkeley's PDF from WWW. It shows soccer ball and the introduction to nodal analysis of Electric circuit. All 20th century text books of electric circuit show the principle. However, I can't find the result of node 1 to 31 or node 1 to 2 of soccer ball grid resistor. So I show the results in this post. This electric circuit question must use Mathcad to solve.
This year I check the maple website's Electric circuit examples. These problems shown in maple website are almost as same as text books, therefore, no need to use mathematical tools of 21st century. It is possible to solve even with using pencil and paper.
Tokoro.
In puzzle 28 of my post, the most far surface distance position from [0,0,0] of 1*1*2 cuboid is [3/4,3/4,2].
So, I make 4 nodes every unit distance and connect each node by 1 ohm to make electric circuit. Only surface of cuboid is meshed by resistors.
Then measure the resistance from node [0,0,0] to all nodes. Mathcad shows the result as below plot.
Plot says that the largest resistance node is node 161, it is [1*1*2] position and 1.537 ohm.
The resistance between [0,0,0] to [3/4,3/4,2] is node 155 is 1.41 ohm.
The almost most far points of 1*1*2 cuboid are [1/4,1/4,0] to [3/4,3/4,2]. These are node 6 to node 155 of my electric circuit.
And the resistance between these nodes is 1.286 ohm. These results are very interesting.
G matrix can plot 3D by maple 2022 graph theory package. And make potential 3D plot by Mathcad Prime.
Z value shows the resistance of node to node.
Now, we can show all potential of each node of C60.
The resistance and voltage distribution of V2 to V6 domes.
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What do you think of my solution? Maybe I took the wrong node as a reference point?
I will check your circuit. Please upload your Mathcad worksheet. I use Prime 9 to solve it.
I view your post and I understand this is 3D cube circuit with 12 one ohms to find the equivalent resistance of diagonal nodes. Node method is used to solve the circuit. I think this is the best method to solve the resistance.
Hi,
Undoubtedly, I made some mistakes. As for the theory, I was inspired by some texts including: "Linesr and non linear circuits" by L. O. Chua, C. A. Desoer, E. S. Kuh, for the construction of the TABLEAU matrix. You can find my worksheet attached.
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The correct circuit is this:
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Current vector has +1 and -1 for nodes to evaluate the resistance.
Conductance matrix of earthed node i, g[ii is changed from 3 to 0 is the key of this node method.
We can get all node voltages by lsolve(G,J).