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Tracking current through a series-parallel circuit
Total resistance in a series- parallel circuit
Calculating total resistance
Voltage division in a series- parallel circuit
Find R 3-4 and R 5-6-7
Find R2-3-4
Find RT, V1, V2-3-4, V5-6-7
Voltage division in a series- parallel circuit. Summary
Branch current in a series- parallel circuit
Find total current
Find I2, I3, I4
Find I5, I6, I7
Branch current in a series- parallel circuit: Summary
Power in a series-parallel circuit
Five-step procedure for series- parallel circuit analysis
Loading of voltage-divider circuits
The Wheatstone bridge
Balanced Wheatstone bridge
Unbalanced Wheatstone bridge
Determining an unknown resistor using a bridge circuit
R-2R ladder circuits
Simplification of R–2R ladder circuit
Troubleshooting series-parallel circuits
Theorems for DC circuits
Voltage and current sources
Superposition Theorem
To Thevenizea circuit
Find the Theveninequivalent circuit for:
Find VTH
Find RTH
Norton’s Theorem
To find the equivalent Norton circuit
Find the Norton equivalent circuit for:
Norton equivalent circuit
Find IN
Find RN
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Lecture7 Series and Parallel

Lecture7 Series and Parallel

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Published by: Paranivel Kannappan on Dec 10, 2012
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