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# Lec13 - network(Remember we already turned off the active...

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Lecture 13 figures 1 Fig. 12-7: The network we were analyzing last time. We found V oc and I sc . Fig. 12-7c: The Thévenin equivalent network of the circuit in Fig. 12-7, as we found last time. Fig. 13-1: We have turned off the independent sources in the circuit of Fig. 12-7. We are searching for R eq for this inactive circuit. Fig. 13-2: Applying an external current source to an inactive network. We determine V AB across the terminals A-B, then define R eq = V AB /I ext . Fig. 13-3: Applying an external voltage source to an inactive network. We determine I A into the network, then define R eq = V ext /I A .

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Lecture 13 figures 2 Fig. 13-4: Finding the R th of the circuit of Fig. 12-7. We apply an external current source to the inactive
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Unformatted text preview: network. (Remember, we already turned off the active sources.) We determine V AB across the network, then define R eq = V AB /(1A). + V AB – Fig. 13-5: The Thévenin equivalent network of circuit of Fig. 12-7. Fig. 13-6: We return to the circuit of Fig. 12-5 to find the Thévenin equivalent network using Method III. For this technique, we first determine a linear equation relating I A to V AB . Fig. 13-7: We return to the circuit of Fig. 12-7 to find the Thévenin equivalent network using Method III. Again, we first determine a linear equation relating I A to V AB . Fig. 13-8: The circuit of Fig.13.7 with an arbitrary load connected to the terminals A-B....
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## This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course ECE 201 taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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