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Laboratory #7: Network Theorems October 25, 2010 Ben Rainey Objectives: There were two main goals for this lab. The first main goal was to study important network theorems frequently used in circuit analysis. The second main goal was to improve skills in applying these theorems to practical circuits. Experimental and analytical methods were compared. There were two main objectives used to accomplish these goals. The first objective was to determine the Thevenin resistance using a DC circuit. The Thevenin equivalent circuit was constructed from this data. The second objective for this lab was to use the principle of superposition to calculate the voltage across a resistor between two circuits. For both objectives, calculated values were compared to theoretical values to verify that the respective principles involved held true. Equipment: 1.) DC power supply 2.) Resistance decade boxes (2) 3.) ECE Resistance Load Box 4.) Capacitance decade box 5.) Digital multimeter Procedure: In order to determine the Thevenin resistance, the circuit in Figure 1 was constructed.
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