- Answer to Find Vab in the circuit in Fig. P2.79.Figure P2.79. Refer to circuit diagram in Figure P2.79 in the textbook. The circuit with mesh currents is shown in Figure 1.
- Compute Isc Rt = Voc/Isc Thevenin Norton EXAMPLE 5.4-3 Find the Thévenin equivalent circuit for the circuit shown which includes a dependent source. voc = vab. Writing KVL Hence, Next Find Isc and Substitute i = i1 − i2 and rearrange the two equations to obtain ** See Ex 5.5-3 Super Position With DS… 𝑉𝑜 = 𝑎𝑖 𝑉𝑖 • Acceptable inputs are Independent sources only.

- Thevenin Equivalent Impedance
- a) Find the Thevenin Voltage (Voc) of the Circuit (8 points) VA = [(R2+R3)/(R1+R2+R3)]V1 = (1500/1550)6 = 5.806 V VB = 0 Vth = VA-VB = 5.806V b) Find the Thevenin Resistance (8 points) [see pictures for A] Rth = R4 + [(R1*R23)/(R1+R23)] R23=1000+500=1500 Rth=2000+[(50*1500)/(50+1500)]=2048.38 ohms Rth=2048 ohms

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- Consider the battery charging circuit in Figure P3.24 with Vm = 20V, R = 10Ωand VB = 14V. Find the peak current assuming an ideal diode. Also, find the percentage of each cycle in which the diode is in on state. Sketch vs(t) and i(t) to scale against time. +-R V B +-Current limiting resistor v s (t) V m sin(ωt) i(t) Figure P3.24 Half-wave battery charger.
- Aug 13, 2008 · The rest of the circuit is as shown in the figure. a) Find the magnitude of current in the upper branch. b) Find the magnitude of current in the middle branch. c) Find the magnitude of current in the lower branch. d) Find the potential difference Vab of point a relative to point b. Homework Equations Kirkoff's loop law: V1 + V2 + V3 = 0