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PRIMITIVE NETWORKS

So far, the matrices of the interconnected network have been defined. These matrices

contain complete information about the network connectivity, the orientation of

current, the loops and cutsets. However, these matrices contain no information on the

nature of the elements which form the interconnected network. The complete behaviour

of the network can be obtained from the knowledge of the behaviour of the individual

elements which make the network, along with the incidence matrices. An element in an

electrical network is completely characterized by the relationship between the current

through the element and the voltage across it.

General representation of a network element: In general, a network element may

contain active or passive components. Figure 2 represents the alternative impedance

and admittance forms of representation of a general network component.

(b) Admittance form

The network performance can be represented by using either the impedance or the

admittance form of representation. With respect to the element, p-q, let,

vpq = voltage across the element p-q,

epq = source voltage in series with the element

p-q, ipq= current through the element p-q,

self impedance of the element p-q and ypq= self

admittance of the element p-q.

Performance equation: Each element p-q has two variables, Vpq and ipq. The performance of

the given element p-q can be expressed by the performance equations as under:

vpq + epq = zpqipq (in its impedance form)

ipq + jpq = ypqvpq (in its admittance form)

(6)

Thus the parallel source current jpq in admittance form can be related to the series source

voltage, epq in impedance form as per the identity:

jpq = - ypq epq

(7)

A set of non-connected elements of a given system is defined as a primitive Network and an

element in it is a fundamental element that is not connected to any other element. In the

equations above, if the variables and parameters are replaced by the corresponding vectors and

matrices, referring to the complete set of elements present in a given system, then, we

get the performance equations of the primitive network in the form as under:

v + e = [z] i

i + j = [y] v

(8)

Primitive network matrices:

A diagonal element in the matrices, [z] or [y] is the self impedance zpq-pq or self admittance,

ypq-pq. An off-diagonal element is the mutual impedance, zpq-rs or mutual admittance, ypq-rs,

the value present as a mutual coupling between the elements p-q and r-s. The primitive network

admittance matrix, [y] can be obtained also by inverting the primitive impedance matrix, [z].

Further, if there are no mutually coupled elements in the given system, then both the matrices, [z]

and [y] are diagonal. In such cases, the self impedances are just equal to the reciprocal of the

corresponding values of self admittances, and vice-versa.

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