Wheatstone bridge

Wheatstone measurement bridge is kind of very accurate measurement approach due differential measurement. But it is also very complex if impedances in
branches of the bridge are not pure resistive. On the other hand, pure res istive bridge can be simulated if imaginary parts are set to zero.
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http://www.cirvirlab.com/simulation/wheatstone_measurement_bridge_online.ph p
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On 26/07/2013 1:39 AM, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Why simulate? The Wheatstone bridge is a useful tool for measurement-given recognition of the limitations involved due to L/C/R of the bridge components. Given these -there is a relatively simple circuit analysis problem-especially if the circuit is purely resistive.
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