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Network Analysis - ECE - 3rd Sem - VTU - Unit 2 - Network Topology - ramisuniverse,ramisuniverse

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Unit : 2 NETWORK TOPOLOGY
Network Topology:
Graph of a network, Concept of tree and co-tree, incidence matrix,tie-set, tie-set and cut-set schedules, Formulation of equilibrium equations in matrix form,Solution of resistive networks, Principle of duality
.
Network Topology
Importance of the topological approach for solving the electric circuitsNode:
It’s the point in the network to which two or more electric elements are connected
Branch:
It’s the line segment, which represents the network elements or a combinationof network elements connected between the two nodes
Path:
It’s the group of elements of the property that they can be traversed in such a waythat no node again passing possible
Loop:
It’s the closed path in the network 
Mesh:
It’s an independent loop, which don’t any other loop in it.
RLCbranchbranchbranch branchRRRRRRCCLLLCCLLCaaaaaaaaaaaaabbbbbbbbbbbbbccc
 
 
Graph of a network 
It’s the geometric figure, in which all the passive elements are represented by theline segments, all the ideal voltage sources are represented by the short circuits, and allthe ideal current sources are represented by the open circuits, retaining all the nodesGraph=Nodes(named by letters)+Branch(named by numbers)Example:
R R RL CV1 V2
 
C RRLLI
 
Oriented Graphs:
It’s the graph in which all the nodes are named by letters, all the branches arenamed by numbers, with arbitrary assignment of directions are mentioned for each branches
Procedure of oriented graph formation from the circuit
1.
 
 Name the nodes of the graph by letters2.
 
 Name the branches by using numbers3.
 
Arbitrarily, take the direction of branch currents over the branches
 
Example:
R R RL CV1 V2a b12345a bcc24 51 3
 
Concept of Tree and a Co-tree
Tree:
It’s the sub-graph of the graph, in which no loops are present, formed by theremoval of some number of branches of the graph. Tree can have different number of trees in the graph.
Twig(Tree branches):
It’s the branch present in the tree of a graph
Chord(Links):
It’s the branch of trees to be removed to form a tree Number of Trees in a graph: |AA
T
| = |ArAr 
T
|
Twig, and Links relation in a tree:
 Number of twigs: t=(n-1) Number of links: l=b-t=b-(n-1)=b-n+1
Co-tree:
Co-tree of a given tree is the sub-graph of the graph, formed by the branches of the graph, that are not in the given tree

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