Explain nodal analysis procedure, Electrical Engineering

Nodal analysis procedure:

1.  Verify the number of common nodes and reference node within the network.

2.  Assign current and its direction to every distinct branch of the nodes in the network.

3.  Apply KCL at each of the common nodes in the network

4.  Solve the resulting simultaneous linear equation for the nodal voltages.

5.  Determine the currents through and voltages across each the elements in the network.

 

 

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