This is one of question in my project: In the circuit diagram, which way does the current flow? Can you calculate the current through the each resistor and the resistance of R4?
Can i use the Millman's therom to determine which way does the current flow?
V1= V through R1 AND R2
V2= V through R4
V3= V through R3 AND R5
(I1 + 0 +I3)/((1/(R1+R2))+ 0 + (1/(R3+R5)))
=6V
So the answer of 6 volts is the voltage seen across all parallel branches, and because the p.d between two supplies are 4V, current will flow through R4 from the junction between R2 and R3.
The current flow through R4 would be:
(8/254/25)=0.16A ( short circuit)
Is my answer correct? Plz tell me if there is any error , thx
Can i use the Millman's therom to determine which way does the current flow?
V1= V through R1 AND R2
V2= V through R4
V3= V through R3 AND R5
(I1 + 0 +I3)/((1/(R1+R2))+ 0 + (1/(R3+R5)))
=6V
So the answer of 6 volts is the voltage seen across all parallel branches, and because the p.d between two supplies are 4V, current will flow through R4 from the junction between R2 and R3.
The current flow through R4 would be:
(8/254/25)=0.16A ( short circuit)
Is my answer correct? Plz tell me if there is any error , thx
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