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Student Name: İbrahim Akçakaya #7392 Lab Session: A Date of Submission: 24/10/2007 ENS 203 LAB # 2 THEVENIN’S THEOREM AND MAXIMUM POWER Post Lab Evaluation 1) This theorem states that a circuit of voltage sources and resistors can be converted into a thevenin equivalent, which is a simplification technique used in circuit analysis. The thevenin equivalent can be used as a good model for a power supply or battery. 2) 300KΩ gives the max. Voltage. 20Ω gives the max. Current. 1KΩ gives the max. Power. 3) Voltage vs. Resistance 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 100 1K 3.9K 10K 18K 51K 300K R (Ohm) V (Volt) In this chart we see that when the value of Load Resistance increases, the voltage across that resistance increases too. Since the voltage source is almost 10V, the voltage across the Load Resistance can not rise over 9.5V. Until the 9V, the voltage increases rapidly but then it becomes stable.
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