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in one of two ways to form a three-terminal network: the Delta, or (also

known as the Pi, or ) configuration, and the Y (also known as the T)

configuration.

one kind of network ( or Y) that behaves identically to the other kind, as

analyzed from the terminal connections alone. That is, if we had two

separate resistor networks, one and one Y, each with its resistors hidden

from view, with nothing but the three terminals (A, B, and C) exposed for

testing, the resistors could be sized for the two networks so that there would

be no way to electrically determine one network apart from the other. In

other words, equivalent and Y networks behave identically.

There are several equations used to convert one network to the other:

covered in volume II of this book series), but even then theyre usually

balanced networks (all resistors equal in value) and conversion from one to

the other need not involve such complex calculations. When would the

average technician ever need to use these equations?

bridge circuits, such as the one below:

Solution of this circuit with Branch Current or Mesh Current analysis is fairly

involved, and neither the Millman nor Superposition Theorems are of any

help, since theres only one source of power. We could use Thevenins or

Nortons Theorem, treating R3 as our load, but what fun would that be?

If we were to treat resistors R1, R2, and R3 as being connected in a

configuration (Rab, Rac, and Rbc, respectively) and generate an equivalent Y

network to replace them, we could turn this bridge circuit into a (simpler)

series/parallel combination circuit:

and C will be the same in the converted circuit as in the original circuit, and

we can transfer those values back to the original bridge configuration.

Resistors R4 and R5, of course, remain the same at 18 and 12 ,

respectively. Analyzing the circuit now as a series/parallel combination, we

arrive at the following figures:

We must use the voltage drops figures from the table above to determine

the voltages between points A, B, and C, seeing how the add up (or subtract,

as is the case with voltage between points B and C):

Now that we know these voltages, we can transfer them to the same points

A, B, and C in the original bridge circuit:

Voltage drops across R4 and R5, of course, are exactly the same as they were

in the converted circuit.

At this point, we could take these voltages and determine resistor currents

through the repeated use of Ohms Law (I=E/R):

A quick simulation with SPICE will serve to verify our work:[spi]

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