An article on Millmans Thm is found on this website. Click Millmans Thm.What is Millman's theorem?
Actually i had just made a guess to the formula without working it out. But now that you told me to do it, I did it.Could you show us your working out? I vaguely seem to remember Millmans Theorum for multiple parallel emfs.
This surprises me actually because the laws for parallel resistors and capacitors are slightly different (i.e. 1/Rp = 1/R1 + 1/R2.... whereas Cp = C1 + C2....). I do look forward to seeing your workingOriginally posted by haditya@Apr 16 2004, 02:42 PM
I tried working it out for a multiple parallel ciruit having 2 emfs and 3 capacitors (by replacing the resistors by capacitors on the diagram at the link above) . And the math holds true according as given by the formula.
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