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3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

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Aim of Nodal Analysis

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 2 / 12

The aim of nodal analysis is to determine the voltage at each node relative

to the reference node (or ground). Once you have done this you can easily

work out anything else you need.

Aim of Nodal Analysis

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 2 / 12

The aim of nodal analysis is to determine the voltage at each node relative

to the reference node (or ground). Once you have done this you can easily

work out anything else you need.

There are two ways to do this:

(1) Nodal Analysis - systematic; always works

(2) Circuit Manipulation - ad hoc; but can be less work and clearer

Aim of Nodal Analysis

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 2 / 12

The aim of nodal analysis is to determine the voltage at each node relative

to the reference node (or ground). Once you have done this you can easily

work out anything else you need.

There are two ways to do this:

(1) Nodal Analysis - systematic; always works

(2) Circuit Manipulation - ad hoc; but can be less work and clearer

Reminders:

A node is all the points in a circuit

that are directly interconnected.

We assume the interconnections

have zero resistance so all points

within a node have the same

voltage. Five nodes: A, , E.

Aim of Nodal Analysis

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 2 / 12

The aim of nodal analysis is to determine the voltage at each node relative

to the reference node (or ground). Once you have done this you can easily

work out anything else you need.

There are two ways to do this:

(1) Nodal Analysis - systematic; always works

(2) Circuit Manipulation - ad hoc; but can be less work and clearer

Reminders:

A node is all the points in a circuit

that are directly interconnected.

We assume the interconnections

have zero resistance so all points

within a node have the same

voltage. Five nodes: A, , E.

Ohms Law: V

BD

= IR

5

Aim of Nodal Analysis

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 2 / 12

The aim of nodal analysis is to determine the voltage at each node relative

to the reference node (or ground). Once you have done this you can easily

work out anything else you need.

There are two ways to do this:

(1) Nodal Analysis - systematic; always works

(2) Circuit Manipulation - ad hoc; but can be less work and clearer

Reminders:

A node is all the points in a circuit

that are directly interconnected.

We assume the interconnections

have zero resistance so all points

within a node have the same

voltage. Five nodes: A, , E.

Ohms Law: V

BD

= IR

5

KVL: V

BD

= V

B

V

D

Aim of Nodal Analysis

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 2 / 12

The aim of nodal analysis is to determine the voltage at each node relative

to the reference node (or ground). Once you have done this you can easily

work out anything else you need.

There are two ways to do this:

(1) Nodal Analysis - systematic; always works

(2) Circuit Manipulation - ad hoc; but can be less work and clearer

Reminders:

A node is all the points in a circuit

that are directly interconnected.

We assume the interconnections

have zero resistance so all points

within a node have the same

voltage. Five nodes: A, , E.

Ohms Law: V

BD

= IR

5

KVL: V

BD

= V

B

V

D

KCL: Total current exiting any closed region is zero.

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label Nodes

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 3 / 12

To nd the voltage at each node, the rst

step is to label each node with its voltage

as follows

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V.

(2) If any xed voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their

other ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the

labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then go back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label Nodes

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 3 / 12

To nd the voltage at each node, the rst

step is to label each node with its voltage

as follows

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V.

(2) If any xed voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their

other ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the

labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then go back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label Nodes

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 3 / 12

To nd the voltage at each node, the rst

step is to label each node with its voltage

as follows

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V.

(2) If any xed voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their

other ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the

labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then go back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label Nodes

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 3 / 12

To nd the voltage at each node, the rst

step is to label each node with its voltage

as follows

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V.

(2) If any xed voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their

other ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the

labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then go back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label Nodes

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 3 / 12

To nd the voltage at each node, the rst

step is to label each node with its voltage

as follows

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V.

(2) If any xed voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their

other ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the

labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then go back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label Nodes

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 3 / 12

To nd the voltage at each node, the rst

step is to label each node with its voltage

as follows

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V.

(2) If any xed voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their

other ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the

labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then go back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label Nodes

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 3 / 12

To nd the voltage at each node, the rst

step is to label each node with its voltage

as follows

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V.

(2) If any xed voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their

other ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the

labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then go back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL Equations

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 4 / 12

The second step is to write down a KCL equation for each node labelled

with a variable by setting the total current owing out of the node to zero.

For a circuit with N nodes and S voltage sources you will have N S 1

simultaneous equations to solve.

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL Equations

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 4 / 12

The second step is to write down a KCL equation for each node labelled

with a variable by setting the total current owing out of the node to zero.

For a circuit with N nodes and S voltage sources you will have N S 1

simultaneous equations to solve.

We only have one variable:

X8

1 k

+

X0

2 k

+

X(2)

3 k

= 0

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL Equations

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 4 / 12

The second step is to write down a KCL equation for each node labelled

with a variable by setting the total current owing out of the node to zero.

For a circuit with N nodes and S voltage sources you will have N S 1

simultaneous equations to solve.

We only have one variable:

X8

1 k

+

X0

2 k

+

X(2)

3 k

= 0

Numerator for a resistor is always of the form X V

N

where V

N

is the

voltage on the other side of the resistor.

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL Equations

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 4 / 12

The second step is to write down a KCL equation for each node labelled

with a variable by setting the total current owing out of the node to zero.

For a circuit with N nodes and S voltage sources you will have N S 1

simultaneous equations to solve.

We only have one variable:

X8

1 k

+

X0

2 k

+

X(2)

3 k

= 0 (6X 48) + 3X + (2X + 4) = 0

Numerator for a resistor is always of the form X V

N

where V

N

is the

voltage on the other side of the resistor.

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL Equations

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 4 / 12

The second step is to write down a KCL equation for each node labelled

with a variable by setting the total current owing out of the node to zero.

For a circuit with N nodes and S voltage sources you will have N S 1

simultaneous equations to solve.

We only have one variable:

X8

1 k

+

X0

2 k

+

X(2)

3 k

= 0 (6X 48) + 3X + (2X + 4) = 0

11X = 44 X = 4

Numerator for a resistor is always of the form X V

N

where V

N

is the

voltage on the other side of the resistor.

Current Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 5 / 12

Current sources cause no problems.

Current Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 5 / 12

Current sources cause no problems.

(1) Pick reference node.

Current Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 5 / 12

Current sources cause no problems.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8

Current Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 5 / 12

Current sources cause no problems.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X

Current Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 5 / 12

Current sources cause no problems.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X and Y .

Current Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 5 / 12

Current sources cause no problems.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X and Y .

(3) Write equations

X8

1

+

X

2

+

XY

3

= 0

Current Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 5 / 12

Current sources cause no problems.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X and Y .

(3) Write equations

X8

1

+

X

2

+

XY

3

= 0

Y X

3

+ (1) = 0

Current Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 5 / 12

Current sources cause no problems.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X and Y .

(3) Write equations

X8

1

+

X

2

+

XY

3

= 0

Y X

3

+ (1) = 0

Ohms law works OK if all resistors are in k and all currents in mA.

Current Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 5 / 12

Current sources cause no problems.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X and Y .

(3) Write equations

X8

1

+

X

2

+

XY

3

= 0

Y X

3

+ (1) = 0

Ohms law works OK if all resistors are in k and all currents in mA.

(4) Solve the equations: X = 6, Y = 9

Floating Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 6 / 12

Floating voltage sources have neither end connected to a known xed

voltage. We have to change how we form the KCL equations slightly.

Floating Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 6 / 12

Floating voltage sources have neither end connected to a known xed

voltage. We have to change how we form the KCL equations slightly.

(1) Pick reference node.

Floating Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 6 / 12

Floating voltage sources have neither end connected to a known xed

voltage. We have to change how we form the KCL equations slightly.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8

Floating Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 6 / 12

Floating voltage sources have neither end connected to a known xed

voltage. We have to change how we form the KCL equations slightly.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X

Floating Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 6 / 12

Floating voltage sources have neither end connected to a known xed

voltage. We have to change how we form the KCL equations slightly.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X and X + 2 since it

is joined to X via a voltage source.

Floating Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 6 / 12

Floating voltage sources have neither end connected to a known xed

voltage. We have to change how we form the KCL equations slightly.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X and X + 2 since it

is joined to X via a voltage source.

(3) Write KCL equations but count all the

nodes connected via oating voltage

sources as a single super-node giving

one equation

X8

1

+

X

2

+

(X+2)0

3

= 0

Floating Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 6 / 12

Floating voltage sources have neither end connected to a known xed

voltage. We have to change how we form the KCL equations slightly.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X and X + 2 since it

is joined to X via a voltage source.

(3) Write KCL equations but count all the

nodes connected via oating voltage

sources as a single super-node giving

one equation

X8

1

+

X

2

+

(X+2)0

3

= 0

Ohms law always involves the difference between the voltages at either

end of a resistor. (Obvious but easily forgotten)

Floating Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 6 / 12

Floating voltage sources have neither end connected to a known xed

voltage. We have to change how we form the KCL equations slightly.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 8, X and X + 2 since it

is joined to X via a voltage source.

(3) Write KCL equations but count all the

nodes connected via oating voltage

sources as a single super-node giving

one equation

X8

1

+

X

2

+

(X+2)0

3

= 0

(4) Solve the equations: X = 4

Ohms law always involves the difference between the voltages at either

end of a resistor. (Obvious but easily forgotten)

Weighted Average Circuit

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 7 / 12

A very useful sub-circuit that calculates the weighted average of any

number of voltages.

Weighted Average Circuit

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 7 / 12

A very useful sub-circuit that calculates the weighted average of any

number of voltages.

KCL equation for node X:

XV

1

R

1

+

XV

2

R

2

+

XV

3

R

3

= 0

Weighted Average Circuit

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 7 / 12

A very useful sub-circuit that calculates the weighted average of any

number of voltages.

KCL equation for node X:

XV

1

R

1

+

XV

2

R

2

+

XV

3

R

3

= 0

Or using conductances:

(X V

1

)G

1

+ (X V

2

)G

2

+ (X V

3

)G

3

= 0

Weighted Average Circuit

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 7 / 12

A very useful sub-circuit that calculates the weighted average of any

number of voltages.

KCL equation for node X:

XV

1

R

1

+

XV

2

R

2

+

XV

3

R

3

= 0

Or using conductances:

(X V

1

)G

1

+ (X V

2

)G

2

+ (X V

3

)G

3

= 0

X(G

1

+G

2

+G

3

) = V

1

G

1

+V

2

G

2

+V

3

G

3

Weighted Average Circuit

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 7 / 12

A very useful sub-circuit that calculates the weighted average of any

number of voltages.

KCL equation for node X:

XV

1

R

1

+

XV

2

R

2

+

XV

3

R

3

= 0

Or using conductances:

(X V

1

)G

1

+ (X V

2

)G

2

+ (X V

3

)G

3

= 0

X(G

1

+G

2

+G

3

) = V

1

G

1

+V

2

G

2

+V

3

G

3

X =

V

1

G

1

+V

2

G

2

+V

3

G

3

G

1

+G

2

+G

3

=

V

i

G

i

G

i

Weighted Average Circuit

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 7 / 12

A very useful sub-circuit that calculates the weighted average of any

number of voltages.

KCL equation for node X:

XV

1

R

1

+

XV

2

R

2

+

XV

3

R

3

= 0

Or using conductances:

(X V

1

)G

1

+ (X V

2

)G

2

+ (X V

3

)G

3

= 0

X(G

1

+G

2

+G

3

) = V

1

G

1

+V

2

G

2

+V

3

G

3

X =

V

1

G

1

+V

2

G

2

+V

3

G

3

G

1

+G

2

+G

3

=

V

i

G

i

G

i

Voltage X is the average of V

1

, V

2

, V

3

weighted by the conductances.

Weighted Average Circuit

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 7 / 12

A very useful sub-circuit that calculates the weighted average of any

number of voltages.

KCL equation for node X:

XV

1

R

1

+

XV

2

R

2

+

XV

3

R

3

= 0

Still works if V

3

= 0.

Or using conductances:

(X V

1

)G

1

+ (X V

2

)G

2

+ (X V

3

)G

3

= 0

X(G

1

+G

2

+G

3

) = V

1

G

1

+V

2

G

2

+V

3

G

3

X =

V

1

G

1

+V

2

G

2

+V

3

G

3

G

1

+G

2

+G

3

=

V

i

G

i

G

i

Voltage X is the average of V

1

, V

2

, V

3

weighted by the conductances.

Digital-to-Analog Converter

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 8 / 12

A 3-bit binary number, b, has bit-weights of 4, 2 and 1. Thus 110 has a

value 6 in decimal.

Digital-to-Analog Converter

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 8 / 12

A 3-bit binary number, b, has bit-weights of 4, 2 and 1. Thus 110 has a

value 6 in decimal. If we label the bits b

2

b

1

b

0

, then b = 4b

2

+ 2b

1

+b

0

.

Digital-to-Analog Converter

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 8 / 12

A 3-bit binary number, b, has bit-weights of 4, 2 and 1. Thus 110 has a

value 6 in decimal. If we label the bits b

2

b

1

b

0

, then b = 4b

2

+ 2b

1

+b

0

.

We use b

2

b

1

b

0

to control the switches which determine whether V

i

= 5 V

or V

i

= 0 V. Thus V

i

= 5b

i

. Switches shown for b = 6.

Digital-to-Analog Converter

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 8 / 12

A 3-bit binary number, b, has bit-weights of 4, 2 and 1. Thus 110 has a

value 6 in decimal. If we label the bits b

2

b

1

b

0

, then b = 4b

2

+ 2b

1

+b

0

.

We use b

2

b

1

b

0

to control the switches which determine whether V

i

= 5 V

or V

i

= 0 V. Thus V

i

= 5b

i

. Switches shown for b = 6.

X =

1

2

V

2

+

1

4

V

1

+

1

8

V

0

1

2

+

1

4

+

1

8

G

2

=

1

R

2

=

1

2 k

=

1

2

mS, . . .

Digital-to-Analog Converter

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 8 / 12

A 3-bit binary number, b, has bit-weights of 4, 2 and 1. Thus 110 has a

value 6 in decimal. If we label the bits b

2

b

1

b

0

, then b = 4b

2

+ 2b

1

+b

0

.

We use b

2

b

1

b

0

to control the switches which determine whether V

i

= 5 V

or V

i

= 0 V. Thus V

i

= 5b

i

. Switches shown for b = 6.

X =

1

2

V

2

+

1

4

V

1

+

1

8

V

0

1

2

+

1

4

+

1

8

=

1

7

(4V

2

+ 2V

1

+V

0

)

G

2

=

1

R

2

=

1

2 k

=

1

2

mS, . . .

Digital-to-Analog Converter

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 8 / 12

A 3-bit binary number, b, has bit-weights of 4, 2 and 1. Thus 110 has a

value 6 in decimal. If we label the bits b

2

b

1

b

0

, then b = 4b

2

+ 2b

1

+b

0

.

We use b

2

b

1

b

0

to control the switches which determine whether V

i

= 5 V

or V

i

= 0 V. Thus V

i

= 5b

i

. Switches shown for b = 6.

X =

1

2

V

2

+

1

4

V

1

+

1

8

V

0

1

2

+

1

4

+

1

8

=

1

7

(4V

2

+ 2V

1

+V

0

)

but V

i

= 5 b

i

since it connects to

either 0 V or 5 V

G

2

=

1

R

2

=

1

2 k

=

1

2

mS, . . .

Digital-to-Analog Converter

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 8 / 12

A 3-bit binary number, b, has bit-weights of 4, 2 and 1. Thus 110 has a

value 6 in decimal. If we label the bits b

2

b

1

b

0

, then b = 4b

2

+ 2b

1

+b

0

.

We use b

2

b

1

b

0

to control the switches which determine whether V

i

= 5 V

or V

i

= 0 V. Thus V

i

= 5b

i

. Switches shown for b = 6.

X =

1

2

V

2

+

1

4

V

1

+

1

8

V

0

1

2

+

1

4

+

1

8

=

1

7

(4V

2

+ 2V

1

+V

0

)

but V

i

= 5 b

i

since it connects to

either 0 V or 5 V

=

5

7

(4b

2

+ 2b

1

+b

0

) =

5

7

b

G

2

=

1

R

2

=

1

2 k

=

1

2

mS, . . .

Digital-to-Analog Converter

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 8 / 12

A 3-bit binary number, b, has bit-weights of 4, 2 and 1. Thus 110 has a

value 6 in decimal. If we label the bits b

2

b

1

b

0

, then b = 4b

2

+ 2b

1

+b

0

.

We use b

2

b

1

b

0

to control the switches which determine whether V

i

= 5 V

or V

i

= 0 V. Thus V

i

= 5b

i

. Switches shown for b = 6.

X =

1

2

V

2

+

1

4

V

1

+

1

8

V

0

1

2

+

1

4

+

1

8

=

1

7

(4V

2

+ 2V

1

+V

0

)

but V

i

= 5 b

i

since it connects to

either 0 V or 5 V

=

5

7

(4b

2

+ 2b

1

+b

0

) =

5

7

b

G

2

=

1

R

2

=

1

2 k

=

1

2

mS, . . .

So we have made a circuit in which X is proportional to a binary number b.

Dependent Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 9 / 12

A dependent voltage or current source is one whose value is determined

by voltages or currents elsewhere in the circuit. These are most commonly

used when modelling the behaviour of transistors or op-amps. Each

dependent source has a dening equation.

In this circuit: I

S

= 0.2W mA where W is in volts.

Dependent Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 9 / 12

A dependent voltage or current source is one whose value is determined

by voltages or currents elsewhere in the circuit. These are most commonly

used when modelling the behaviour of transistors or op-amps. Each

dependent source has a dening equation.

In this circuit: I

S

= 0.2W mA where W is in volts.

(1) Pick reference node.

Dependent Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 9 / 12

A dependent voltage or current source is one whose value is determined

by voltages or currents elsewhere in the circuit. These are most commonly

used when modelling the behaviour of transistors or op-amps. Each

dependent source has a dening equation.

In this circuit: I

S

= 0.2W mA where W is in volts.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, U

Dependent Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 9 / 12

A dependent voltage or current source is one whose value is determined

by voltages or currents elsewhere in the circuit. These are most commonly

used when modelling the behaviour of transistors or op-amps. Each

dependent source has a dening equation.

In this circuit: I

S

= 0.2W mA where W is in volts.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, U, X and Y .

Dependent Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 9 / 12

A dependent voltage or current source is one whose value is determined

by voltages or currents elsewhere in the circuit. These are most commonly

used when modelling the behaviour of transistors or op-amps. Each

dependent source has a dening equation.

In this circuit: I

S

= 0.2W mA where W is in volts.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, U, X and Y .

(3) Write equation for the dependent

source, I

S

, in terms of node voltages:

I

S

= 0.2 (U X)

Dependent Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 9 / 12

A dependent voltage or current source is one whose value is determined

by voltages or currents elsewhere in the circuit. These are most commonly

used when modelling the behaviour of transistors or op-amps. Each

dependent source has a dening equation.

In this circuit: I

S

= 0.2W mA where W is in volts.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, U, X and Y .

(3) Write equation for the dependent

source, I

S

, in terms of node voltages:

I

S

= 0.2 (U X)

(4) Write KCL equations:

XU

10

+

X

10

+

XY

20

= 0

Dependent Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 9 / 12

A dependent voltage or current source is one whose value is determined

by voltages or currents elsewhere in the circuit. These are most commonly

used when modelling the behaviour of transistors or op-amps. Each

dependent source has a dening equation.

In this circuit: I

S

= 0.2W mA where W is in volts.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, U, X and Y .

(3) Write equation for the dependent

source, I

S

, in terms of node voltages:

I

S

= 0.2 (U X)

(4) Write KCL equations:

XU

10

+

X

10

+

XY

20

= 0

Y X

20

+I

S

+

Y

15

= 0

Dependent Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 9 / 12

A dependent voltage or current source is one whose value is determined

by voltages or currents elsewhere in the circuit. These are most commonly

used when modelling the behaviour of transistors or op-amps. Each

dependent source has a dening equation.

In this circuit: I

S

= 0.2W mA where W is in volts.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, U, X and Y .

(3) Write equation for the dependent

source, I

S

, in terms of node voltages:

I

S

= 0.2 (U X)

(4) Write KCL equations:

XU

10

+

X

10

+

XY

20

= 0

Y X

20

+I

S

+

Y

15

= 0

(5) Solve all three equations to nd X and Y in terms of U:

Dependent Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 9 / 12

A dependent voltage or current source is one whose value is determined

by voltages or currents elsewhere in the circuit. These are most commonly

used when modelling the behaviour of transistors or op-amps. Each

dependent source has a dening equation.

In this circuit: I

S

= 0.2W mA where W is in volts.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, U, X and Y .

(3) Write equation for the dependent

source, I

S

, in terms of node voltages:

I

S

= 0.2 (U X)

(4) Write KCL equations:

XU

10

+

X

10

+

XY

20

= 0

Y X

20

+I

S

+

Y

15

= 0

(5) Solve all three equations to nd X and Y in terms of U:

X = 0.1U, Y = 1.5U

Dependent Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 10 / 12

The value of the highlighted dependent voltage source is V

S

= 10J Volts

where J is the indicated current in mA.

Dependent Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 10 / 12

The value of the highlighted dependent voltage source is V

S

= 10J Volts

where J is the indicated current in mA.

(1) Pick reference node.

Dependent Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 10 / 12

The value of the highlighted dependent voltage source is V

S

= 10J Volts

where J is the indicated current in mA.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, 5

Dependent Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 10 / 12

The value of the highlighted dependent voltage source is V

S

= 10J Volts

where J is the indicated current in mA.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, 5, X, X + 3

Dependent Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 10 / 12

The value of the highlighted dependent voltage source is V

S

= 10J Volts

where J is the indicated current in mA.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, 5, X, X + 3 and

X +V

S

.

Dependent Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 10 / 12

The value of the highlighted dependent voltage source is V

S

= 10J Volts

where J is the indicated current in mA.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, 5, X, X + 3 and

X +V

S

.

(3) Write equation for the dependent

source, V

S

, in terms of node voltages:

V

S

= 10J = 10

X+V

S

5

40

3V

S

= X 5

Dependent Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 10 / 12

The value of the highlighted dependent voltage source is V

S

= 10J Volts

where J is the indicated current in mA.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, 5, X, X + 3 and

X +V

S

.

(3) Write equation for the dependent

source, V

S

, in terms of node voltages:

V

S

= 10J = 10

X+V

S

5

40

3V

S

= X 5

(4) Write KCL equations: all nodes connected by oating voltage sources

and all components connecting these nodes are in the same super-node

X+V

S

5

40

+

X

5

+

X+3

5

= 0

Dependent Voltage Sources

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 10 / 12

The value of the highlighted dependent voltage source is V

S

= 10J Volts

where J is the indicated current in mA.

(1) Pick reference node.

(2) Label nodes: 0, 5, X, X + 3 and

X +V

S

.

(3) Write equation for the dependent

source, V

S

, in terms of node voltages:

V

S

= 10J = 10

X+V

S

5

40

3V

S

= X 5

(4) Write KCL equations: all nodes connected by oating voltage sources

and all components connecting these nodes are in the same super-node

X+V

S

5

40

+

X

5

+

X+3

5

= 0

(5) Solve the two equations: X = 1 and V

S

= 2

Universal Nodal Analysis Algorithm

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 11 / 12

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V. Label

any dependent sources with V

S

, I

S

, . . ..

(2) If any voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their other

ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then loop back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

(4) For each dependent source, write down an equation that expresses its

value in terms of other node voltages.

(5) Write down a KCL equation for each normal node (i.e. one that is not

connected to a oating voltage source).

(6) Write down a KCL equation for each super-node. A super-node

consists of a set of nodes that are joined by oating voltage sources and

includes any other components joining these nodes.

(7) Solve the set of simultaneous equations that you have written down.

Universal Nodal Analysis Algorithm

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 11 / 12

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V. Label

any dependent sources with V

S

, I

S

, . . ..

(2) If any voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their other

ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then loop back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

(4) For each dependent source, write down an equation that expresses its

value in terms of other node voltages.

(5) Write down a KCL equation for each normal node (i.e. one that is not

connected to a oating voltage source).

(6) Write down a KCL equation for each super-node. A super-node

consists of a set of nodes that are joined by oating voltage sources and

includes any other components joining these nodes.

(7) Solve the set of simultaneous equations that you have written down.

Universal Nodal Analysis Algorithm

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 11 / 12

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V. Label

any dependent sources with V

S

, I

S

, . . ..

(2) If any voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their other

ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then loop back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

(4) For each dependent source, write down an equation that expresses its

value in terms of other node voltages.

(5) Write down a KCL equation for each normal node (i.e. one that is not

connected to a oating voltage source).

(6) Write down a KCL equation for each super-node. A super-node

consists of a set of nodes that are joined by oating voltage sources and

includes any other components joining these nodes.

(7) Solve the set of simultaneous equations that you have written down.

Universal Nodal Analysis Algorithm

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 11 / 12

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V. Label

any dependent sources with V

S

, I

S

, . . ..

(2) If any voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their other

ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then loop back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

(4) For each dependent source, write down an equation that expresses its

value in terms of other node voltages.

(5) Write down a KCL equation for each normal node (i.e. one that is not

connected to a oating voltage source).

(6) Write down a KCL equation for each super-node. A super-node

consists of a set of nodes that are joined by oating voltage sources and

includes any other components joining these nodes.

(7) Solve the set of simultaneous equations that you have written down.

Universal Nodal Analysis Algorithm

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 11 / 12

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V. Label

any dependent sources with V

S

, I

S

, . . ..

(2) If any voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their other

ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then loop back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

(4) For each dependent source, write down an equation that expresses its

value in terms of other node voltages.

(5) Write down a KCL equation for each normal node (i.e. one that is not

connected to a oating voltage source).

(6) Write down a KCL equation for each super-node. A super-node

consists of a set of nodes that are joined by oating voltage sources and

includes any other components joining these nodes.

(7) Solve the set of simultaneous equations that you have written down.

Universal Nodal Analysis Algorithm

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 11 / 12

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V. Label

any dependent sources with V

S

, I

S

, . . ..

(2) If any voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their other

ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then loop back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

(4) For each dependent source, write down an equation that expresses its

value in terms of other node voltages.

(5) Write down a KCL equation for each normal node (i.e. one that is not

connected to a oating voltage source).

(6) Write down a KCL equation for each super-node. A super-node

consists of a set of nodes that are joined by oating voltage sources and

includes any other components joining these nodes.

(7) Solve the set of simultaneous equations that you have written down.

Universal Nodal Analysis Algorithm

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 11 / 12

(1) Pick any node as the voltage reference. Label its voltage as 0 V. Label

any dependent sources with V

S

, I

S

, . . ..

(2) If any voltage sources are connected to a labelled node, label their other

ends by adding the value of the source onto the voltage of the labelled end.

(3) Pick an unlabelled node and label it with X, Y, . . ., then loop back to

step (2) until all nodes are labelled.

(4) For each dependent source, write down an equation that expresses its

value in terms of other node voltages.

(5) Write down a KCL equation for each normal node (i.e. one that is not

connected to a oating voltage source).

(6) Write down a KCL equation for each super-node. A super-node

consists of a set of nodes that are joined by oating voltage sources and

includes any other components joining these nodes.

(7) Solve the set of simultaneous equations that you have written down.

Summary

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 12 / 12

Nodal Analysis

Simple Circuits (no oating or dependent voltage sources)

Summary

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 12 / 12

Nodal Analysis

Simple Circuits (no oating or dependent voltage sources)

Floating Voltage Sources

use supernodes: all the nodes connected by oating voltage

sources (independent or dependent)

Summary

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 12 / 12

Nodal Analysis

Simple Circuits (no oating or dependent voltage sources)

Floating Voltage Sources

use supernodes: all the nodes connected by oating voltage

sources (independent or dependent)

Dependent Voltage and Current Sources

Label each source with a variable

Write extra equations expressing the source values in terms of

node voltages

Write down the KCL equations as before

Summary

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 12 / 12

Nodal Analysis

Simple Circuits (no oating or dependent voltage sources)

Floating Voltage Sources

use supernodes: all the nodes connected by oating voltage

sources (independent or dependent)

Dependent Voltage and Current Sources

Label each source with a variable

Write extra equations expressing the source values in terms of

node voltages

Write down the KCL equations as before

Mesh Analysis (in most textbooks)

Alternative to nodal analysis but doesnt work for all circuits

No signicant benets ignore it

Summary

3: Nodal Analysis

Aim of Nodal Analysis

Nodal Analysis: 1: Label

Nodes

Nodal Analysis: 2: KCL

Equations

Current Sources

Floating Voltage Sources

Weighted Average Circuit

Digital-to-Analog

Converter

Dependent Sources

Dependent Voltage

Sources

Universal Nodal Analysis

Algorithm

Summary

E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2014-4121) Nodal Analysis: 3 12 / 12

Nodal Analysis

Simple Circuits (no oating or dependent voltage sources)

Floating Voltage Sources

use supernodes: all the nodes connected by oating voltage

sources (independent or dependent)

Dependent Voltage and Current Sources

Label each source with a variable

Write extra equations expressing the source values in terms of

node voltages

Write down the KCL equations as before

Mesh Analysis (in most textbooks)

Alternative to nodal analysis but doesnt work for all circuits

No signicant benets ignore it

For further details see Irwin & Nelms Chapter 3.

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