REVIEW-Thevenin Norton and Max Power

REVIEW-Thevenin Norton and Max Power - ENGR 210 REVIEW...

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THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW Any linear circuit can be replaced by a Thevenin equivalent circuit which is specified by three parameters, the Thevenin voltage, the short circuit current, and the Thevenin resistance. Linear circuits are described by a straight line i-v relationship: The short circuit current occurs when v=0. The open circuit occurs when i=0. The slope of the line is ± 1 R TH where R TH is the Thevenin resistance. PAGE THEVENIN EQUIV FROM MEASUREMENTS 2 COMPLICATED THEVENIN EXAMPLE 3-7 THEVENIN EQUIV INCL DEPENDENT SOURCE 8-9 THEVENIN EQUIV W/ ONLY DEPENDENT SOURCE 10-11 MAXIMUM POWER TRANSFER 13 ENGR 210 REVIEW Page 1
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Name : _________________________ Section:_________ CWRU e-mail:____________ ENGR 210 S05 Final Exam Solutions Page 11 Problem 5 Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits (10 points) Answer the following questions about this circuit. (a) What is the open circuit voltage V
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