admittance matrix

admittance matrix

[əd′mit·əns ′mā·triks]
(electricity)
A matrix Y whose elements are the mutual admittances between the various meshes of an electrical network, it satisfies the matrix equation I = YV, where I and V are column vectors whose elements are the currents and voltages in the meshes.
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The network analysis includes the power load solution for determining the initial bus angles and voltages and the computation of the reduced admittance matrix.
It is pointed out in [5] that it is difficult to determine admittance matrix elements analytically since they depend upon many physical properties, which are not identified easily.
For a given network with n nodes, the admittance matrix is given by (3) in which the first two dimensions represent the bus admittance between two different nodes and the third dimension represent the frequency domain.
In effect, an admittance matrix has larger size and symmetry properties of this matrix are lost.
This single impedance cannot be described by an impedance matrix but can be described by an admittance matrix in the form
These were combined with a hybrid 3D/2D FEM analysis of the parallel plate structure to form a combined admittance matrix.
Once this scattering matrix is known, the corresponding admittance matrix [[Y.
Following the formulation in [1], one can determine the two-port admittance matrix [[Y.
Finally, we also verify the admittance matrix of the coupled microstrip lines structure using the commercial electromagnetic full-wave softwares, viz.