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I want to write a function that calculate the voltage for three junctions A,B and C in the picture below if we know the voltage of V. (G=0V). Did anyone write it before?

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DGM el 29 de Nov. de 2021
Editada: DGM el 29 de Nov. de 2021
Express the currents entering and leaving those three nodes as functions of the node voltages V,Va,Vb,Vc. Expand and rearrange to form a simple linear system of equations. Solve.

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Milad Mehrnia
Milad Mehrnia el 30 de Nov. de 2021
function ans = voltage(V,R)
E1 = [R(2)*R(7)+R(1)*R(2)+R(1)*R(7) -R(1)*R(2) 0]
E2 = [-R(3)*R(8)*R(4) R(4)*R(8)*R(7)+R(3)*R(8)*R(4)+R(3)*R(7)*R(4)+R(3)*R(7)*R(8) -R(3)*R(7)*R(4)];
E3 = [0 -R(5)*R(6) R(8)*R(6)+R(5)*R(6)+R(5)*R(8)];
E = [E1;E2;E3];
b = V.*[R(2)*R(7);R(4)*R(8)*R(7);R(8)*R(6)];
ans = E\b;
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DGM el 30 de Nov. de 2021
Editada: DGM el 30 de Nov. de 2021
Disregarding the requirement to implement as a function, this is equivalent but perhaps a bit more compact. Sometimes it's neater to use one or the other method.
% some inputs
V = 10;
R = [1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1];
% coefficient terms
A = [-(1/R(1) + 1/R(2) + 1/R(7)) 1/R(7) 0; ...
1/R(7) -(1/R(3) + 1/R(4) + 1/R(7) + 1/R(8)) 1/R(8); ...
0 1/R(8) -(1/R(5) + 1/R(6) + 1/R(8))];
% constant terms
b = -[V/R(1); V/R(3); V/R(5)];
Vx = A\b % node voltages
The terms are derived from the expressions of presumed node currents.
Then factored as necessary. Both are equivalent and will give a numeric solution for numeric inputs.
If it's desired to find a fully symbolic solution instead:
syms V Va Vb Vc R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8
% these are implicitly treated as equal to zero.
IA = (V-Va)/R1 - Va/R2 - (Va-Vb)/R7;
IB = (V-Vb)/R3 - Vb/R4 - (Vb-Vc)/R8 + (Va-Vb)/R7;
IC = (V-Vc)/R5 - Vc/R6 + (Vb-Vc)/R8;
S = solve([IA,IB,IC],[Va Vb Vc]); % solve
% show the solutions
Benjamin Asakov
Benjamin Asakov el 30 de Nov. de 2021
Thank you both guys. I really don’t know how to appreciate it.
Didn’t expect to have the answer less than a day. And not just one but three answers.
Really thank you

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