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Unformatted text preview: ECE201 Lect-8 1 ∆-Y Transformation (2.7); Circuits with Dependent Sources (2.8) ECE201 Lect-8 2 ∆-Y Transformation • A particular configuration of resistors (or impedances) that does not lend itself to the using series and parallel combination techniques is that of a delta ( ∆ ) connection • In such cases the delta ( ∆ ) connection is converted to a wye (Y) configuration • The reverse transformation can also be performed ECE201 Lect-8 3 ∆-Y Transformation a c b a b c R 1 R 2 R 3 R a R b R c ECE201 Lect-8 4 ∆-Y Transformation • To compute the new Y resistance values • For the balanced case ( R Y = R a = R b = R c ) R Δ = 3 R Y ∑ ∏ =- ∆ =-- ∆- = 3 1 # 2 1 # i i node k node Y beside k node node Y R R R ECE201 Lect-8 5 Class Example • Learning Extension 2.17 • Learning Extension 2.18 ECE201 Lect-8 6 Circuits with Dependent Sources Strategy: • Apply KVL and KCL, treating dependent source(s) as independent sources....
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