Chapter 5 - Example 5.39 : Norton's theorem

 
  • NORTON
  • PARALLEL
  • DC SOURCE
  • CURRENT SOURCE
  • AMMETER
  • VOLTMETER
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Find the Norton equivalent for the circuit given. Remove the load, short the teminals and find the current through it. This is the Norton current. Find the equivalent resistance as seen through the open load terminals. This is the Norton resistance. Connect a current source with the Norton current and connect the Norton resistor in parallel to it.

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Created on: 25 Jan 2013
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