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What Is Phase

RMS And Peak To Peak

Pulses

Pulse Modulation

Magnetism

Heat

Harmonics

Generator Principle

Filters

Electro Magnetism

Conductors And Insulators

Clippers And Limiters

Norton's Theorem

Thévenin's Theorem

Superposition Theorem

Frequency Modulation

The Right-hand Rule

Coulomb's Law

Gauss's Law

Ampere's Law

OHM's Law

Kirchoff's Current Law

Kirchhoff's Voltage Laws

23 topics total

RMS And Peak To Peak

Pulses

Pulse Modulation

Magnetism

Heat

Harmonics

Generator Principle

Filters

Electro Magnetism

Conductors And Insulators

Clippers And Limiters

Norton's Theorem

Thévenin's Theorem

Superposition Theorem

Frequency Modulation

The Right-hand Rule

Coulomb's Law

Gauss's Law

Ampere's Law

OHM's Law

Kirchoff's Current Law

Kirchhoff's Voltage Laws

23 topics total

NORTON´S THEOREM

Norton´s equivalent circuit is the dual of Thevenin´s equivalent circuit, and may be obtained from the latter by source transformation Problem that given above. Explicitly, Norton´s theorem may be stated as follows: At the terminals 12 in Fig. (a), the arbitrary linear network A, containing resistances and energy sources, can be replaced by an equivalent circuit consisting of a current source i N in parallel with a conductance GN, shown in Fig. (b).

The current IN is the short-circuit current (through 12, when these terminals are short-circuited) and GN is the ratio of the short-circuit current to the open-circuit voltage. it is to be noted that GN = 1/ RTh where RTh is the Thevenin equivalent resistance.

Keywords : Norton's, Thévenin's, Theorem, Superposition, Formula, Electronic, Electric, Electrical, Voltage, Analysis, Equivalents

9 Mar 2006 Thr

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