Thévenin is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Charles Thévenin (1764–1838), neoclassical French painter
Denis Thévenin, birth name of French author Georges Duhamel
Léon Charles Thévenin (1857–1926), French engineer
Nicolas Thévenin (born 1958), bishop and Vatican diplomat
Olivier Thévenin (born 1968), French racing driver
Hi! I tried by using the Thevenin. Later using Vth and Rth to calculate Vs(0.1ms).
After that I divided the voltage from E over R1 and R3.
The circuit and my attempt:
So I have calculated Zab which is 33j (it's correct).
Now I have to calculate (Uab)0. This is where I just get completely lost.
In my opinion:
(Uab)0=E3+I3*R3+Ic1*Xc1+E4
Note: I recognize these currents are not shown in the picture, but based on their indexes and basic logic I hope you...
Figure:
My attempt at a solution:
a) ##\boxed{V_{TH}}##
Current source equations ##\rightarrow \boxed{2=I_2I_1}##
Control variable equations ##\rightarrow V_1=4I_2\rightarrow \boxed{0=4I_2V_1}##
Super Mesh ##\rightarrow 0,5V_1+2I_1+I_2(4+8)8I_3=0\rghtarrow...
Hello I'm trying to solve my homework assignment, I have successfully found the thevenin resistance which is equal to 3.75 but I'm stuck on how to even get started to find the voltage because there are too many components.
I have shorted the load resistor which is called RL but there are too...
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I am looking for a formal proof of Thevenin theorem. Actually the first point to clarify is why any linear network seen from a port is equivalent to a linear bipole.
In other words look at the following picture: each of the two parts are networks of bipoles themselves.
Why the part 1  as...
I am currently reading about small signal analysis of a MOSFET differential amplifier. The text I am using has the below two figures for a commonmode equivalent circuit for the amplifier. The first makes sense to me except where it calls it a "Norton equivalent circuit", whereas I thought a...
First, I calculate the Thevenin resistance by treating the independent current source I0 as an open circuit and noticing that the resistance of the dependent voltage source is α (since V=IR and the voltage across the dependent voltage source is given by αi.
In this way, I have:
RTH = 1 / (1 /...
The attached image (Horowitz & Hill Student Manual for 2nd ed) gives thevenin resistance and voltage for the network R_1+(R_2R_L) as
R_th=R_1R_2
E_th=E_in(R1/(R_1+R_2)) E_th is selfevident (voltage divider) but how in the world they get R_th i beyond me. If there is no load, isn't R_1 in...
How would we calculate the Thevenin's resistance for the above circuit? The right answer for this circuit is 1.5 kOhm.
$$R_{567} = R_7 + (R_5 \parallel R_6) = .5 + .67 = 1.2 k\Omega$$
$$R_{34567} = R_3 + (R_4 \parallel R_{567}) = 1 + .75 = 1.75 k\Omega$$
$$R_{TH} = R_1 + (R_2 \parallel...
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I have a problem to find the equivalent resistance from the capacitor point of view
the solution says it's R1 but for me we still have R2 and R3 we have not deal with !
many thanks in advance
I have a problem which consist in 1 bit RAM made of 3 MOSFETs. One of the questions is to calculate the maximum voltage that the memory element can receive. I have obtained the result by inspection (it is 4 Volts) but I'm unable to reach the same by applying the Thevenin Theorem.
My...
I have no problem getting the ##R_{TH}## since from the special element's POV, the resistors are in parallel, and that's the answer.
However, I don't really understand how to get ##V_{TH}##.
Ignoring the special element, it seems that I have the resistors in series this time. But I'm not too...
I am asked to find the Thevenin equivalent for the circuit above. I already got the equivalent voltage by node analysis on the nodes B and A3.
What I'm trying to do is to zero the 10Vsource and then calculate the equivalent resistance between A3 and GND.
Whatever expression I come up with...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
Rth = RR+R (not sure?), τ=Rth*C
The Attempt at a Solution
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So, what I ultimately wanted to determine is the time constant of this first order opamp circuit.
I first tried to calculate the thevenin resistance seen by the capacitor by using
Rth =...
Homework Statement
FIGURE 1 shows a 50 Ω load being fed from two voltage sources via
their associated reactances. Determine the current i flowing in the load by:
(a) applying Thévenin’s theorem
(b) applying the superposition theorem
(c) by transforming the two voltage sources and their...
Homework Statement
Find the Thevenin equivalent at terminals ab
V1 = 70V
V2 (dependent) = 4Vo
R1 = 10Kohm
R2 = 20Kohm
Homework Equations
##V=RI##
##1/req = 1/r1 + 1/r2 + ... +1/rn##
The Attempt at a Solution
Found the current i = 1mA by KVL using Vo = 10ki then did source...
Homework Statement
In the circuit shown, in the image, the variable resistor R is consuming maximum power. Determine:
a) resistance for R
b) power for R
c) current for R3 and its direction
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
I tried getting IA(the direction is shown with arrows in...
Homework Statement
The problem ask for Thevenin Equivalent for the circuit attached.
Homework Equations
Vth = Vab
Rth = Req
Rth = Vth / Isc
Rth = 1 / It
The Attempt at a Solution
Already calculated Vth = 166.67 V. I've no problem with that. Already confirmed by textbook answer.
However, my...
Homework Statement
I have trouble to find the right procedure to transform the circuit below to a thevenin equivalent.
I am looking for a symbolic solution a step by step guidance of where to start and how to add/locate all the impedance in series and parallel in order to calculate the sum of Z...
Homework Statement
I just want to check to see if my understanding in anything here has gaps.
Q: Find the Thevenin equivalent circuit for the network external to he load resistor ##R_L##:
Homework Equations
Ohm's Law: ## V = IR ##
Kirchoff's Voltage Law: Σ##V_{drops}## + Σ##V_{gains}## = 0...
Homework Statement
The diagram of the electric circuit, the problem statement (and an attempt) are included in the file below.:
https://www.docdroid.net/RD0ZEgA/question3.pdf
Homework Equations
Dependent Current Source
Nodal analysis
Short Circuit Current
Thevenin Voltage
Thevenin...
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Find the Thevenin equivalent circuit for the portions of the networks in the following circuit:
Homework Equations
Kirchoff's Voltage Law: ΣVdrops = ΣVgains
Kirchoff's Current Law: ΣIclosed loop = 0
Ohms Law: V = IR
The Attempt at a Solution
Determination of the Thevenin...
Homework Statement
The problem and its solution are attached.
Homework Equations
"Steps to follow for Thevenin’s Theorem:
(1) Find the Thevenin source voltage by removing the load resistor from the original circuit and calculating voltage across the open connection points where the load...
Homework Statement
https://imgur.com/a/XD3Km4t
I'm trying to find the thevenin equivalent resistance across the opened terminals.
Homework Equations
I know you short circuit the voltage source and do simple circuit analysis, however I'm getting confused in determining what resistors are...
Hi, I am having trouble trying to determine Voc on this circuit.
I have done the following to attempt it:
1) Converted my Voltage source to rectangular format (from polar)
2) Converted my capacitor and inductor to Xc and XL
3) I tried using KCL to find Va that's at the threeway on the circuit...
Homework Statement
https://imgur.com/a/XySpV (If above image can't be seen.)
Homework Equations
KCL/KCL
Rth=Vth/I
The Attempt at a Solution
Included in Screenshot.
What I did was OpenCircuited the Load and use Nodal Analysis to find Voc
Then, I shortcircuited the Load to find...
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Homework Equations
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Use thevenin method to find the intensity between A and B
The Attempt at a Solution
Well I tried a easier method but I just can't find the same answer[/B]
Homework Statement
Determine the Thevenin equivalent of the following circuit:
https://imgur.com/a/74UjA (Top image)
Homework Equations

The Attempt at a Solution
The last 3 images in the Imgur album are all different approaches.
I can't figure out what the right one is, and why the other...
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Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
First I found the equivalent resistance since the 3 ohm resistor and 6 ohm resistor are in series. 9ohm. Then I did chose the node where the arrow points to as Voc, which is also va.
KVL:
(va+24V)/9ohm=1.33va
I get va to be...
should you only apply the test sources when there are only independant sources in the circuit. Also would it be valid to zero all dependant source so that you are only left with independant sources and then apply the test source. It seems like i am always applying open and short circuit...
Homework Statement
Determine the Thévenin equivalent of the following circuit with respect to terminals AB
Homework Equations
$$U=RI$$
The sum of the currents in a node is zero. The sum of voltages in a mesh is zero.
I'm always considering the currents in the resistors directed downwards...
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Recently I was going through some old exams and upon encountering this problem (which seemed pretty easy) I got stuck. Exams at my university are composed of individual tasks, each having three subquestions with four plausible answers respectively. Solution sheet gives results only, so...
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Given a circuit with a total of 3 sources , 2 Voltage sources and 2 Current sources and 4 resostors, Find the Cirrent I2 passing through the branch where R2 and V2 are. And I am asked to give the formula for the value of the voltage in the current source. Attached the...
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Hi every one! I am encountering difficulties on finding the Req. in the sense that i can't really see which is in parallel end which is not, especially on the diamond shape. I haven't really understood how to treat...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
Finding the Thevenin equivalent?
The Attempt at a Solution
I found the thevenin resistance to be 185/47 ohms, which came out to be correct.
I've been struggling with this question all day. I ended up attempting to find the norton equivalent and then...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
Thevenin Equivalents
V = IR
The Attempt at a Solution
To try to find R_th, I replaced all the voltages with short circuits but I do not what to do next.
Then I believe V_th would just be the same as the voltage of the rightmost resistor.
Homework Statement
In the figure given what is the Thevenin resistance between the nodes of the capacitor??
Homework Equations
The Thevenin resistance is the open node resistance between two points.
The Attempt at a Solution
The way I see it, R2, Rf and R1 are in series and that combination...
Homework Statement
Determine the Thevenin and Norton equivalents at terminals ab of the circuit in Fig. 4.125. The figure is uploaded.
Homework Equations
We know that the Thevenin resistance is the resistance between the terminals when the independent sources are turned off.
The Attempt at a...
Hey guys, I am supposed to solve for voltage and current on R4 using Thevenin's theorem here. Values are following:
U = 100V
R1 = 310
R2 = 610
R3 = 220
R4 = 570
R5 = 200
Now, I know I need to solve for Rth and Vth, so I put the circuit into simulation and figured out voltage on R3 is equal to...
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3. The Attempt at a Solution
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For part (c), should the phasor diagram just have everything on a straight line, save for the Rt and Vrt?
Honestly not sure how to attempt part (d) as we never really covered phase relationships in lectures, just...
Homework Statement
See attached image
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Thevenin EquivalentThe Attempt at a Solution
a) Find the total resistance between A and B by short circuiting the voltage sources:
Rt = 100Ω in parallel with the two 150Ω
Two 150Ω in series: R = 300Ω
1/Rt = 1/100 + 1/300
Rt = 75Ω
I...
Homework Statement
Reduction from top network to bottom network in the screen shot. I can not find the steps that have been taken to do this.
Fault impedance = Zfa = Zfb = Zfc = j0.5
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
in hand written screenshot, sorry for the mess, just to show it...
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All voltages and impedances are in per unit values.
After all the source transformations, why is the voltage source still 1 ?
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
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