Chapter 5 - Example 5.41 : Norton's theorem

 
  • NORTON
  • VOLTAGE SOURCE
  • CURRENT SOURCE
  • VOLTMETER
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Find the Norton equivalent for the given circuit. Convert each of the voltage sources into its respective current source. Add the current values together and obtain a single current source. Now from the two current sources convert them to two voltage sources using V=IR as shown. Add the voltages and resistor in series to get the combined voltage and resistor. Convert this to the equivalent current source as shown. 

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Created on: 25 Jan 2013
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