Laboratory 3

# Laboratory 3 - er occurs when only one load resistor is...

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Unformatted text preview: er occurs when only one load resistor is added Laboratory 3 Thevenin Equivalent Circuit, Mesh Analysis, and Maximum Power Transfer Devun Pahwa, Akid Hossain, Andrey Chuchuva ENME350 Sec 0104 Date: 2/18/2011 Data and Observations Resistances Theoretical Values () Measured Values() R 1 100 101.2 R 2 100 101.0 R 3 100 101.0 R 4 100 101.1 R 5 100 100.9 R 6 240 240.0 R 7 240 238.0 R 8 240 239.0 R 9 240 238.0 R 10 240 238.0 R 11 240 240.0 R 12 100 100.0 R 13 100 101.0 R 14 100 102.0 R 15 100 101.0 R 16 100 100.0 Table 1: Actual Values of Resistors Mesh Current Analysis: Figure 1: Circuit used in experiment and for Mesh Current Analysis Calculations for Mesh Current Analysis of Circuit above: Evaluating V oc and I sc : Figure 2: Circuit with I sc included Calculations for V oc and I sc : V oc Theory (V) V oc Actual (V) I sc Theory (A) I sc Actual (A) 3.155 3.15 .05A .0505A Table 2: Open Circuit Voltage and Short Circuit Current Values Thevenin Circuit: Calculations for V Th and R Th : V Th = V oc Theory V Th = V oc Actual R Th Theory R Th Actual 3.155 V 3.15 V 63.1 62.6 Table 3: Thevenin Circuit Values Figure 3: Thevenin Circuit for Above Calculations...
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## This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course ENME 350 taught by Professor Barker during the Spring '11 term at Maryland.

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