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EET113-Ch9

Ch 9 Glossary

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Maximum power transfer theorem A theorem used to determine the load resistance necessary to ensure maximum power transfer to the load.
Millman's theorem A method using source conversions that will permit the determination of unknown variables in a multiloop network.
Norton's theorem A theorem that permits the reduction of any two-terminal linear de network to one having a single current source and parallel resistor.
Reciprocity theorem A theorem that states that the I in any branch of a network due to a single voltage source will equal the I through the branch in which the source was originally located if the source is placed in the branch in which the current was originally measured.
Substitution theorem A theorem that states that if the voltage across and current through any branch of a de bilateral network are known, the branch cap be replaced by any combination of elements that will maintain the same voltage across current through the chosen branch.
Superposition theorem A network theorem that permits considering the effects of each source independently. The resulting current and/or voltage is the algebraic sum of the currents and/or voltages developed by each source independently.
Thevenin's theorem A theorem that permits the reduction of any two-terminal, linear de network to one having a single voltage source and series resistor.
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