SeriesParallelDYReduction7Ed

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SERIES PARALLEL RESISTOR COMBINATIONS UP TO NOW WE HAVE STUDIED CIRCUITS THAT CAN BE ANALYZED WITH ONE APPLICATION OF KVL(SINGLE LOOP) OR KCL(SINGLE NODE-PAIR) WE HAVE ALSO SEEN THAT IN SOME SITUATIONS IT IS ADVANTAGEOUS TO COMBINE RESISTORS  TO SIMPLIFY THE ANALYSIS OF A CIRCUIT NOW WE EXAMINE SOME MORE COMPLEX CIRCUITS WHERE WE CAN SIMPLIFY THE ANALYSIS USING THE TECHNIQUE OF COMBINING RESISTORS… … PLUS THE USE OF OHM’S LAW SERIES COMBINATIONS PARALLEL COMBINATION N p G G G G + + + = ... 2 1
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FIRST WE PRACTICE COMBINING RESISTORS 6k||3k (10K,2K)SERIES SERIES k 3 k k k 4 12 || 6 = k 12 k 3 k 5
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EXAMPLES COMBINATION SERIES-PARALLEL k 9 k k k 6 9 || 18 = k k k 10 6 6 + + AN EXAMPLE WITHOUT REDRAWING k 12 k k k 6 12 || 12 = k k k 2 6 || 3 = ) 2 4 ( || 6 k k k + RESISTORS ARE IN SERIES IF THEY CARRY EXACTLY THE SAME CURRENT RESISTORS ARE IN PARALLEL IF THEY ARE CONNECTED EXACTLY BETWEEN THE SAME TWO NODES
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N “INVERSE SERIES PARALLEL COMBINATION”  AVAILABLE  ARE RESISTORS    ONLY     WHEN 600mV    BE   MUST    = 1 . 0 3 A I V R = = 2 . 0 3 6 . A V R   REQUIRED + = 1 . 0 1 . 0 R  AVAILABLE  ARE RESISTORS    ONLY     WHEN 600mV    BE   MUST    = 1 . 0
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course EEL 3041 taught by Professor Haroldklee during the Spring '12 term at University of Central Florida.

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