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Exam 3 Review Sheet Source Transformations We can make a one-port network consisting of an independent voltage source and series resistor to be identical to a second one-port network consisting of an independent current source and parallel resistor using the following relationship: I s = V s /R V S R I S = V S /R R Some circuits lend themselves to solutions using a series of source transformations. Special Cases: Resistors in parallel with a voltage source (such as R1 below) have no impact on source transformations and may be neglected. While these resistors may be neglected for source transformations, they must be included for power calculations. V S R R1 V S R Resistors in series with a current source (such as R1 below) have no impact on source transformations and may be neglected. While these resistors may be neglected for source transformations, they must be included for power calculations. I S = V S /R R I S = V S /R R R1 Thévenin Equivalent Circuits A Thévenin Equivalent Circuit may be created for any linear circuit by guaranteeing that the terminal characteristics of the two circuits are identical.
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