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Concept of super node and super mesh. Introduction to passive filters.
Classification of Electrical Elements: Source transformation and shifting. Network Equations on Loop basis and Node basis. Short circuit admittance parameters.
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Three Phase CircuitsThree phase circuits: M-derived T and sections of low network analysis by bakshi filter.