Lab 7 - University of Turabo School of Engineering Gurabo,...

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University of Turabo School of Engineering Gurabo, Puerto Rico. Laboratory # 7: Thévenin’s Theorem and Maximum Power Transfer Prepared by: LAB. ELEN 301- Electrical Network I Sección 132 Prof. Silva Fecha de Entrega: 9 de noviembre de 2005
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Construct Thévenin’s equivalent using analytical values. Learn how much power can be transfer to a single resistance. Summary This laboratory consists on find the maximum power transfer to a resistance. Also we use Thévenin Theorem. We’ll use the P MAX equation [P max = V 2 TH /(4R TH )]. Part A Circuit #1: 3 3 k 1 0 v 4 7 k - + A I B 1 0 k 1 k R L 5 v Note: Below you can observe how we calculate Thévenin’s Resistance that’s equal to the Equivalent resistance. By turning all independent power sources we can calculate R TH : ( 29 = + = K K K K K R TH 709 . 6 10 ] 1 ) 47 33 [ An our R TH experimentally was =6.652k % 85 . 0 % 100 * 709 . 6 652 . 6 709 . 6 % 100 * % exp =
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2012 for the course PHSC 206 taught by Professor Duconge during the Spring '12 term at Universidad del Turabo.

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