Chapter 5 - Example 5.14 : Current Source to Voltage Source

 
  • DC SOURCE
  • VOLTAGE SOURCE
  • CURRENT SOURCE
  • AMMETER
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Convert the given current sources to it's equivalent voltage source. Using V=IR find the voltage across each of the resistor from the current source. Then use voltage sources of that value with the respective resistor in series. There will be two voltage sources in series with two resistors. Add the voltages and resistors in series to get the resultant circuit. Note that all the circuits given here are equivalent. You can verify it practically.

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Created on: 23 Jan 2013
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