ECE 201 - Hw 14 - F11

ECE 201 - Hw 14 - F11 - For the circuit shown below express...

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Homework 14 ECE201: Linear Circuit Analysis Due in class: Monday, September 26 1. Given a network of resistors, linear dependent sources, and fixed independent sources shown below, the following data is obtained in a laboratory: R L [k ] V [V] i [mA] 32 8 ? -21 7 ? a. Determine the current i for each pair of measurements. b. Find the Thevenin equivalent of the entire system. c. Find the Norton equivalent of the entire system. d. What should the load resistance R L be changed to in order to achieve the maximum power transfer from the network to R L ? e. What would be the maximum power transferred to such an optimal resistor in part d?
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Unformatted text preview: For the circuit shown below, express the following quantities symbolically. You may apply source transformations as needed. a. Find R L necessary for maximum power transfer. b. Express the maximum power P max that is transferable to R L . 3. Express the following quantities symbolically. a. The Thevenin resistance of the system R th . b. The open-circuit voltage V oc . c. The short-circuit current i sc . d. If a load R L is connected to the across the rightmost electrodes, what must it equivalent to achieve maximum power transfer? e. Determine the expression for the maximum power transfer given R L in part d....
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course ECE 201 taught by Professor All during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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ECE 201 - Hw 14 - F11 - For the circuit shown below express...

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