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This electronics video tutorial provides a basic introduction into the node voltage method of analyzing circuits. It contains circuits with voltage and current sources. It explains how to determine every current in a resistor as well as the electric potential of all nodal points in the circuit.
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This website explain the three-phase fault.The Three-Phase Fault block implements a three-phase circuit breaker where the opening and closing times can be controlled either from an external Simulink® signal (external control mode), or from an internal control timer (internal control mode). The Three-Phase Fault block uses three Breaker blocks that can be individually switched on and off to program phase-to-phase faults, phase-to-ground faults, or a combination of phase-to-phase and ground faults. The arc extinction process of the Three-Phase Fault block is the same as for the Breaker block.
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