Chapter 5 - Example 5.24 : Norton's theorem

 
  • NORTON
  • THEVENIN
  • PARALLEL
  • VOLTAGE SOURCE
  • CURRENT SOURCE
  • VOLTMETER
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Overview

Convert the given Thevenin circuit into a Norton circuit. Norton circuit is made up of a current source. Convert the voltage source to a current source. Find the current through the Thevenin circuit by using I=V/R. This is the current source in the Norton circuit. The resistor is connected in parallel to the current source and find the voltage across it.

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Created on: 24 Jan 2013
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