Thevenin Theorem and Power Transfer

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Author: Abdul Course: Electrical Engineering Lab EE-P202 Experiment 6: “Thevenin Theorem and Power Transfer”
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Objective : The objective of this experiment was to study and verify Thevenin’s Theorem and to determine the condition for maximum power transfer. Equipment : The equipment in this lab included a digital multi-meter, a DC power supply, five different resistors, and a resistance decade box. The resistors included 560 and 680 Ohm resistors. Procedure : Connect the circuit of Figure 6.2 and note the load of the resistance decade box is disconnected. Continue by measuring the open circuit voltage across point A to B with the DMM. Record this voltage value as VTH. Then continue by connecting the circuit of Figure 6.3 and measure the short circuit current by using the DMM between points A and B and record this current value as IN. Then disconnect the source and connect the two points together as shown in Figure 6.4 and measure the resistance from point A to B with the DMM. This resistance should be recorded as RTH. These three values that are recorded should be placed in a table along with the theoretical values from the Pre-lab and the % Error between the theoretical and measured values should be
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EENG 201 taught by Professor Mallik during the Spring '08 term at Saint Louis.

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