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Network Analysis - ECE - 3rd Sem - VTU - Unit 1 - Basic Concepts - ramisuniverse

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Unit 1: Basic Concepts
Practical sources, Source transformations, Network reduction using Star – Deltatransformation, Loop and node analysis With linearly dependent and independentsources for DC and AC networks, Concepts of super node and super mesh.
Basic Concepts
Node:
It's a point in an electrical circuit, for which two elements are connected
Principal Node:
It’s the node in an electrical circuit, for which two or more elementsare connected
Reference Node:
It’s the node in an electrical circuit, with the zero potential
Branch:
It's a line segment, which represents a network element or a combination of elements connected between two nodes
Path:
It's set of braches, traversed in the form that no node is passed through again
Loop:
It's an electric circuit’s closed path. Loop can has other loops within it
Mesh:
It's an independent loop in an electric circuit, which doesn't contain any other loops within it. All meshes are loops but all loops are not meshes
Planar circuit:
It's a circuit drawn on a plane surface, such that no branch passes over or under any other branch
Non-planar circuit:
It's the circuit which can't be drawn without passing over or under any other branch
 
Independent and Dependent Sources
Independent Source:
It's the source in which the voltage source is completelyindependent of the current and the current source is completely independent of thevoltage
Symbol:
Circle symbol is used to represent the independent sources
Dependent Source:
It's the source in which the voltage or current depends upon thecurrent and voltage elsewhere in the circuit
Symbol:
Diamond symbol is used to represent the dependent sources
Types of Network Elements1. Bilateral and Unilateral Element
Bilateral Element:
It's the source, in which the current-voltage relationship remainssame for either direction of the current flow
Example:
Voltage Source, Current Source, Resistance, Inductor, Capacitor and etc.,
Bilateral Circuit:
It's the circuit containing the bilateral elements
Unilateral Element:
It's the element, in which the current-voltage relationship doesn'tremains same for the either direction of the current flow
Example:
Vacuum diode, Silicon diode, Selenium rectifier and etc.,
Unilateral Element:
It's the circuit containing the unilateral elements
2. Distributed and Lumped Elements
Distributed Element:
It's an element which is considered to be uniformly distributedthroughout the length of the line and is not concentrated at any particular point
Lumped Element:
It's an element which is considered to be lumped at any particular  point over the line
 
3. Linear and Non-linear Elements
Linear Element:
It's a passive element, which has the linear voltage-current relationship
Non-linear Element:
It’s the element, which has the non-linear voltage-currentrelationship
4. Ideal Element and Practical Element
Ideal Element:
It’s the element, whose internal resistance is zero
Practical Element:
It’s the element, whose internal resistance is not zero
Ideal Source
It’s the source, in which the internal resistance is zero
Types:
1. Active Ideal Source2, Passive Ideal Source
E+ _ + _ + _ EE+ _ + _ +E _ I _ +E _ I+ _ +EE _ SourcesPractical SourcesIdeal SourcesDC SourcesAC SourcesDC Sources AC SourcesVoltageCurrentVoltageCurrentVoltageCurrentVoltageCurrentE+
 1. Active Ideal Source
It's the ideal source which possess energy of its own and imparts it to the other elementsof the circuit

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