Chapter 5 - Example 5.42 : Millman's theorem

 
  • MILLMAN
  • DC SOURCE
  • VOLTMETER
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Find the voltage across the points X and Y. Millman's theorem can be used to solve this. First the current through each branch is calculated (it will be zero for the middle branch) and added. This is divided by the reciprocal sum of the resistors to get the required voltage. Calculate it and verify with the given circuit.

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Created on: 25 Jan 2013
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