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Unformatted text preview: R L in steps of 100 Ω from 0 to 1k Ω , calculate the power transferred to R L . 3.RESULTS & CONCLUSION : 3.1 Verify that the total power generated by the sources is equal to the total power dissipated by the resistors. 3.2 Sketch the power versus R L , using the results in section 2.3, and determine the value of R L where maximum power transfer occurs. 3.3 Compare the theoretical and practical results, and comment on them briefly. EQUIPMENT AND COMPONENTS : DC power supply 10 mA. current source AVO meter Resistors: 1k Ω (#3), 1k Ω pot HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING 19 ELE 271 MEASUREMENT LABORATORY EXPERIMENT #4 Experiment Date: Group No : Group Members : RESULTS : 2.1 V(voltage source)= I(voltage source)= P(voltage source)= V(current source)= I(current source)= P(current source)= 2.2 V1= I1= P1= V2= I2= P2= V3= I3= P3= 2.3 R L ( Ω ) V L I L P L 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 20...
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 Spring '11
 UgurBaysal
 Electronics Engineering, Gate, The Circuit, UCI race classifications, Tour de Georgia, power supply, maximum power transfer, Maximum power theorem

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