Experiment 5 superposition

Experiment 5 superposition - Experiment # 5 Principle of...

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Experiment # 5 Principle of Superposition EE 300 Basic Electrical Engineering Lab Scott Finnesand Lab Partner: Adam Fergen Date: 2/26/08 Instructor: Barun Ranjikar
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Objective: The objective of this experiment is to study the principle of superposition as applied to linear electric circuits. This will be accomplished by first analyzing the circuits by hand and the circuits will be constructed in lab and measured experimentally. Introduction: The principle of superposition as applied to electronic circuits states that a circuit can be broken down into much similar circuits to be analyzed and the sum of the simplified circuits is equal to that the complex circuit. In lab the circuit that will be constructed consists of two power supplies, a 15V and 10V. The principle of superposition allows us to zero out one power supply and analyze it and then zero the other power supply and analyze it again. From this we can then add the currents and voltages across various resistors to obtain the result for the much larger and complex circuit. The complex circuit is figure 1 and the simplified circuits with a zeroed power
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