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Legend of loop colors:

The circuit: The number beside each resistor, inductor or capacitor is its complex impedance. For a resistor this is its resistance, for an inductor this is w*L where w is the angular velocity of the generators in the circuit and L is the inductance of the inductor, and for a capacitor this is 1/(w*C) where w again is the angular velocity of the generators in the circuit and C is the capacitance of the capacitor. The number beside the generator is its voltage expressed as a phasor.

The system of loop equations: The unknowns in this system are the loop currents i1, i2, etc. (6+6j) i1 4j i2 = +50j 4j i1 + (5+7j) i2 = +30j

The solutions: The loop currents i1, i2, etc. are expressed as phasors. i1= 7.38<65.2° i2= 5.83<67.8°

The currents: The number beside each generator, resistor, inductor and capacitor gives the current flowing through that generator, resistor, inductor or capacitor (in amperes) expressed as a phasor. The arrow gives the direction in which the current is measured.

resistor. Inductors and capacitors dissipate no time-averaged power. The arrow gives the direction in which the voltage is measured.The voltages: The number beside each generator. inductor and capacitor expressed as a phasor (in volts). The number beside each resistor gives the time-averaged power dissipated by that resistor (again in watts). resistor. inductor and capacitor gives the voltage difference between the ends of that generator. . The powers: The number beside each generator gives the time-averaged power delivered to the circuit by that generator (in watts).

for an inductor this is w*L where w is the angular velocity of the generators in the circuit and L is the inductance of the inductor.Loop Analysis Legend of loop colors: The circuit: The number beside each resistor. etc.58<57. etc. inductor or capacitor is its complex impedance. inductor or capacitor (in amperes) expressed as a phasor.66<93.6° i2= 1. i2. For a resistor this is its resistance. i1= 3. (6+6j) i1 4j i2 = +30j 4j i1 + (5+7j) i2 = +0 The solutions: The loop currents i1. The arrow gives the direction in which the current is measured. resistor. . resistor. i2. inductor and capacitor gives the current flowing through that generator. are expressed as phasors.2° The currents: The number beside each generator. and for a capacitor this is 1/(w*C) where w again is the angular velocity of the generators in the circuit and C is the capacitance of the capacitor. The system of loop equations: The unknowns in this system are the loop currents i1. The number beside the generator is its voltage expressed as a phasor.

The arrow gives the direction in which the voltage is measured.The voltages: The number beside each generator. resistor. inductor and capacitor expressed as a phasor (in volts). resistor. The powers: The number beside each generator gives the time-averaged power delivered to the circuit by that generator (in watts). inductor and capacitor gives the voltage difference between the ends of that generator. Inductors and capacitors dissipate no time-averaged power. The number beside each resistor gives the time-averaged power dissipated by that resistor (again in watts). .

etc. (6+6j) i1 4j i2 = +20j 4j i1 + (5+7j) i2 = +30j The solutions: The loop currents i1. etc. for an inductor this is w*L where w is the angular velocity of the generators in the circuit and L is the inductance of the inductor. i2. i2. The number beside the generator is its voltage expressed as a phasor. The system of loop equations: The unknowns in this system are the loop currents i1. . are expressed as phasors.Loop Analysis Legend of loop colors: The circuit: The number beside each resistor. inductor or capacitor is its complex impedance. and for a capacitor this is 1/(w*C) where w again is the angular velocity of the generators in the circuit and C is the capacitance of the capacitor. For a resistor this is its resistance.

i1= 3. The arrow gives the direction in which the current is measured.86<72. inductor and capacitor gives the voltage difference between the ends of that generator. resistor. resistor. Inductors and capacitors dissipate no time-averaged power. inductor and capacitor expressed as a phasor (in volts). inductor and capacitor gives the current flowing through that generator. The arrow gives the direction in which the voltage is measured. The number beside each resistor gives the time-averaged power dissipated by that resistor (again in watts). inductor or capacitor (in amperes) expressed as a phasor. The powers: The number beside each generator gives the time-averaged power delivered to the circuit by that generator (in watts).39<58. The voltages: The number beside each generator.1° i2= 4. . resistor.5° The currents: The number beside each generator. resistor.

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