When you say resistor is connected to 4 other resistorsOriginally posted by Dazed@Mar 6 2004, 06:55 AM
Given an infinite number of identical resistors connected to form an infinitely large 2D network (each resistor is connected to 4 other resistors), what is the effective resistance between any 2 adjacent junctions?
Hmm..I think your answer is correct. But I don't understand your workings. Can you please explain.. Thanks.Originally posted by Battousai@Mar 6 2004, 07:53 PM
Does it really converge to zero?
The way I see it, it sounds like you have an effective resistance of:
R//(R+effective resistance looking into north node)//(R+effective resistance looking into south node)//(R+effective resistance looking into west node) so that the overall effective resistance approaches R/4?
:blink:Originally posted by mozikluv@Mar 9 2004, 07:59 AM
thevenin, thevenin :huh:
When you count multiple loops like that, aren't you double counting somewhere?Originally posted by Dave@Mar 8 2004, 11:02 AM
Ok bear with me one last time!!
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