3000Chapter2 - 9 Circuit of Example 2-2 10 2-2 Node Voltage...

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1 Chapter 2 General DC Circuit Analysis
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2 Objectives Write the mesh current equations for a given circuit and solve them. Write the node voltage equations for a given circuit and solve them. Transform a voltage source in series with a resistance to a current source in parallel with a resistance.
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3 Objectives Transform a current source in parallel with a resistance to a voltage source in series with a resistance. State Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorems. Apply Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems for a dc resistive circuit.
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4 Objectives Explain how Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits can be used to analyze the behavior of a given circuit with respect to an external load.
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5 2-1 Mesh Current Analysis
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6 Form of the Mesh Current Variables in a Representative Circuit Layout
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7 Circuit of Example 2-1
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8 Circuit of Example 2-1 with Variables Labeled
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Unformatted text preview: 9 Circuit of Example 2-2 10 2-2 Node Voltage Analysis 11 Form of the Node Voltage Variables in a Representative Circuit 12 Circuit of Example 2-3 13 Circuit of Example 2-4 14 Circuit of Example 2-5 15 2-3 Source Transformations 16 Source Transformations 17 Circuit of Example 2-6 18 2-4 Thevenins and Nortons Theorems 19 General Circuit and its Thevenin Equivalent Circuit 20 General Circuit and its Norton Equivalent Circuit 21 Determining the Thevenin Equivalent Circuit in Example 2-7 22 Determining the Thevenin Equivalent Circuit in Example 2-8 23 Circuit of Example 2-9 24 Steps Involved in Determining the Thevenin Equivalent Circuit 25 Circuit of Example 2-10 26 Load Voltage as a Function of Load Resistance 27 Load Current as a Function of Load Resistance 28 Load power as a Function of Load Resistance...
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2010 for the course COMPUTER E 3000 taught by Professor Muhamadirfan during the Spring '10 term at Sir Syed University of Engineering &Technology.

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