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edsoneicc
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Homework Statement
All voltages and impedances are in per unit values.
After all the source transformations, why is the voltage source still 1 ?
Please attach your working.edsoneicc said:I actually tried solving it and I got V=-17.146 with zero angle
Thevenin equivalent is a simplified circuit representation that is used to analyze the behavior of a complex network of resistors, inductors, and capacitors. It is a single voltage source in series with a single resistor that has the same voltage-current characteristics as the original network at a specific pair of terminals.
Thevenin equivalent is useful in fault analysis because it allows for the simplification of complex circuits, making it easier to analyze and troubleshoot faults. It also helps to determine the maximum power that can be delivered to a load, as well as the behavior of a circuit under different load conditions.
Thevenin equivalent is calculated by first removing the load from the circuit and finding the open-circuit voltage (Voc) at the load terminals. Then, the equivalent resistance (Req) is calculated by shorting all voltage sources and finding the equivalent resistance between the load terminals. The Thevenin voltage (Vth) is the same as Voc, and the Thevenin resistance (Rth) is the same as Req.
Thevenin equivalent has some limitations in fault analysis. It assumes that the circuit is linear and that the load is resistive. It also assumes that the behavior of the circuit is constant and does not take into account any time-varying or non-linear components. Additionally, Thevenin equivalent may not accurately represent the circuit for certain fault conditions.
Thevenin equivalent is used in practical applications for circuit analysis, design, and troubleshooting. It allows for the simplification of complex circuits, making it easier to understand and analyze their behavior. It is also used to determine the maximum power that can be delivered to a load and to optimize circuit performance. Thevenin equivalent is commonly used in electronic devices, power systems, and communication networks.