Which one is your reference node?Thanks a lotfor your help, my dude now is and where i use the Resistor in the analisis?
for L1 Something like this? (−I1R+Va−V1).In your equation for I1, you have (Va-V1), but that is NOT the voltage across the inductor. Va is the voltage at the top-left node relative to the bottom-left node. You need the voltage at the top-left node relative to your chosen common. You are correct in your supposition that you need to get R1 involved somehow. What is the voltage at the bottom-left node relative to your common in terms of R and I1?
Yes.for L1 Something like this? (−I1R+Va−V1).
I think it's L1, isn't it (which is important since you have two inductors in the circuit).Then for I1, I have
I1=integral of (−I1R+Va−V1)/L?
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