Solution of large networks by matrix methods

by Homer E. Brown

Publisher: Wiley in New York

Written in English Subjects:

• Electric networks -- Data processing,
• Short circuits,
• Matrices,
• Electric engineering -- Mathematics
• Edition Notes

Classifications The Physical Object Statement Homer E. Brown. LC Classifications TK3226 .B763 Pagination xiii, 258 p. : Number of Pages 258 Open Library OL5066670M ISBN 10 0471110450 LC Control Number 74034159

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But if A is a singular matrix i.e., if |A| = 0, then the system of equation AX = B may be consistent with infinitely many solutions. Solving systems of equations by Matrix Method involves expressing the system of equations in form of a matrix and then reducing that matrix into what is known as Row Echelon Form.

Below are two examples of matrices in Row Echelon Form. The first is a 2 x 2 matrix in Row Echelon form and the latter is a 3 x 3 matrix in Row Echelon form. A matrix is basically an organized box (or “array”) of numbers (or other expressions). In this chapter, we will typically assume that our matrices contain only numbers.

Example Here is a matrix of size 2 3 (“2 by 3”), because it has 2 rows and 3 columns: 10 2 The matrix consists of 6 entries or elements. Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses modification methods. Of the many algorithms in existence for solving a large variety of problems, most of the successful ones require the calculation of a sequence {x k} together with the associated sequences {f k} and {J k}, where J k is the Jacobian of f evaluated at x es of these are Newton's method for nonlinear equations, the Gauss.

matrix computations for dense and structured matrices. Cormen, Leiserson and Rivest () discuss algorithms and data structures and their analysis, including graph algorithms. MATLAB notation is used in this article (see Davis (b) for a tutorial).

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Theory of Matrix Eigenvalues. Positive Definite Matrices, Schur Complements, and Generalized Eigenvalue Probems. Reducible and Irreducible Matrices and the Perron-Frobenious Theory for Nonnegative Matrices. Basic Iterative Methods and Their Rates of Convergence.

Solution methods: nodal and mesh analysis. Network theorems: superposition, Thevenin and Norton’s maximum power transfer, Wye-Delta transformation. Steady state sinusoidal analysis using phasors. Linear constant coefficient differential equations; time domain analysis of simple RLC circuits, Solution of network equations using Laplace.

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