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07-29-2019
06:50 PM

07-29-2019
06:50 PM

Re: Circuit equation

Luc san

I'm so much sorry.

R1 in circuit diagram is not in equation.

I changed some reference number and equation.

Please check the attached file.

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07-29-2019
08:16 PM

07-29-2019
08:16 PM

Re: Circuit equation

Hello MFranc san

I'm intersted in your post. You solve without cicuit equations.

But it is difficult for me...

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07-30-2019
04:50 AM

07-30-2019
04:50 AM

Re: Circuit equation

Hi Ssato,

the one I applied, in fact, is one of the most used procedures for small passive or active electrical networks. The generalized Ohm's law V (s) = Z (s) I (s) is applied.

Sincerely

Franc

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07-30-2019
06:32 PM

07-30-2019
06:32 PM

Re: Circuit equation

MFranc san

I will understand your method.

Thank you.

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