EE_10_F07_Lecture 7 - UCLA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING...

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UCLA E LECTRICAL E NGINEERING D EPARTMENT : EE 10: C IRCUIT A NALYSIS 1 L ECTURE 7 LECTURE NOTES: OCT. 29, 2007 OUTLINE REVIEW ........................................................................................................................................ 1 THE PRINCIPLE OF SUPERPOSITION .................................................................................. 6 PROBLEM SOLVING PROCEDURES USING THE SUPERPOSITION PRINCIPLE ..... 7 EQUIVALENT CIRCUITS: SOURCE EQUIVALENTS ......................................................... 9 DERIVING THEVENIN AND NORTON EQUIVALENT CIRCUITS ................................ 11 P ROCEDURES FOR T HEVENIN E QUIVALENT C IRCUITS .............................................................. 11 P ROCEDURES FOR N ORTON E QUIVALENT C IRCUITS ................................................................. 12 REVIEW OF PROCEDURES FOR COMPUTING SOURCE EQUIVALENTS ................ 16 P ROCEDURES FOR T HEVENIN E QUIVALENT C IRCUITS .............................................................. 16 P ROCEDURES FOR N ORTON E QUIVALENT C IRCUITS ................................................................. 16 NORTON EQUIVALENT CIRCUITS ..................................................................................... 17 P ROCEDURES FOR T HEVENIN E QUIVALENT C IRCUITS .............................................................. 18 P ROCEDURES FOR N ORTON E QUIVALENT C IRCUITS ................................................................. 19 SOURCE EQUIVALENT CIRCUITS WITH DEPENDENT SOURCES ............................ 21 APPLICATIONS OF EQUIVALENT CIRCUITS .................................................................. 24 REVIEW 1. Dependent Sources 2. Node Voltage Methods for Circuits with Dependent Sources 3. Simplified Node Voltage Solution for Circuits Containing Voltage Sources Linking Essential Nodes. 4. Mesh Current Analysis Methods 5. Mesh Current Analysis Methods for Circuits with Dependent Sources 1
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