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This topic deals with how to use mesh analysis, or the mesh current method, which is used to solve planar circuits for the currents (and indirectly the voltages) at any place in the electrical circuit. A network for simulating a loop circuit is given. It consists of a number of components connected to one another. The model can be re-used as a starting point for simulating other circuits or networks.

Mesh Analysis Steps : Step 1 - The direction clockwise or anti-clockwise Identify the meshes and label the mesh currents. Step 2 − Observe the amount of current that flows through each element in terms of mesh currents. Step 3 − Mesh equations are the basic equations to solve problems of numerical integration. The equation should be written in form of system of linear algebraic equations. Machine learning algorithms should be used for this task. Step 4 − The mesh equations are not well known to many students. This will be made easier by solving them in the above method. Additionally, this method does not require any MATLAB installation at all.

Assign currents for each loop as I1, I2 and I3 and the power supplied by the source is 10*I1 as we can see from the circuit. As we know, the loop is used to compute the power supplied by the source. We will write a small piece of MATLAB code to compute all Loop. A loop is a non-linear circuit to implement the control of the input and output. A loop can be seen as an order of magnitude increase in both power density and switching frequency, which gives the great advantage of high power density (constant current) without requiring an additional inductor or capacitor.

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