# Phys112exp3 - I 1(K-exp = I 2(K-exp = I 3(K-exp =(b Measure...

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Physics Department Physics 112 Experiment3 &etwork analysis 1 The superposition principle and Kirchhoff’s rules Student’s name: Student’s No.: Partner’s name: Partners No.: Section: Instructor: Date:

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Abstract: Theory:
Calculations: 1) Using Kirchhoff’s rules find the values of the currents passing through the three carbon resistors. 2) Using superposition principle, find the value of the current passing through R 3 when each source acting alone.

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Data: (a) Measure the current passing through the three carbon resistors:
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Unformatted text preview: I 1 (K-exp) = I 2 (K-exp) = I 3 (K-exp) = (b) Measure the current passing through R 1 : -when ε 1 acting alone: I 11 = - when ε 2 acting alone: I 12 = I 1 (spp-exp) = (c) Measure the current passing through R 2 : -when ε 1 acting alone: I 21 = - when ε 2 acting alone: I 22 = I 2 (spp-exp)= (d) Measure the current passing through R 3 : -when ε 1 acting alone: I 31 = - when ε 2 acting alone: I 32 = I 3 (spp-exp) = Results and conclusion:...
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