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Electric Circuit Analysis by K. S. Suresh Kumar

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Chapter 5

Circuit Theorems

CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
  • To derive Superposition Theorem from the property of linearity of elements.
  • To explain the two key theorems – Superposition Theorem and Substitution Theorem in detail.
  • To derive other theorems like Compensation Theorem, Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Reciprocity Theorem and Maximum Power Transfer Theorem from these two key principles.
  • To provide illustrations of applications of circuit theorems in circuit analysis through solved examples.
  • To emphasise the use of Compensation Theorem, Thevenin’s Theorem and Norton’s Theorem in circuits containing dependent sources as a pointer to their applications in the study of electronic circuits.
INTRODUCTION

Circuit Analysis involves determination ...

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