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E E 1205. Lecture 08 -Mesh Current Analysis. Introduction to Mesh Current Method. More direct than branch equations Fewer equations to solve Express all variables in terms of mesh currents Solution is set of mesh currents Solution completely defines the circuit

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## E E 1205

Lecture 08 -Mesh Current Analysis

### Introduction to Mesh Current Method

• More direct than branch equations

• Fewer equations to solve

• Express all variables in terms of mesh currents

• Solution is set of mesh currents

• Solution completely defines the circuit

• Most Convenient Method to Model Magnetic Coupling (E E 2446 Topic)

KVL at Mesh 1:

KVL at Mesh 2:

Using Ohm’s Law:

### Mesh Current Example 1 (2/2)

Above linear equations can be solved for

mesh currents I1 and I2.

KVL at Mesh 1:

KVL at Mesh 2:

Solve:

### Forced Mesh (1/2)

• No KVL equation possible for mesh 2

• But I2 is known: I2 = Is

### Forced Mesh (2/2)

KVL for mesh 1:

Substitute and Solve:

### Forced Mesh Example 3a

KVL for mesh 1:

Substitute and Solve:

### Supermesh Example (1/5)

• No KVL possible for meshes 1 or 2

• Use Supermesh (dotted loop) for KVL

Supermesh KVL:

Mesh 3 KVL:

Also:

Subst for I2:

### Supermesh Example (4/5)

And:

Rearranging the equations: