Circuit Analysis II
Circuit Analysis II TEET 3145
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TEET 3145 Circuit Analysis 1 Georgia Southern University Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology Fall Semester 2009 Lecture 2 Maximum Power Transfer Prof AlbarFloreS MHEH Dept Maximum Power Transfer maximum power that can be delivered to a load can be determined using Thevenin s theorem e can determine the maximum power that a circuit can supply by adjusting the load Maxim um Power Transfer It states that a load receives maximum power when the load resistance is equal to the Thevenin resistance ofthe source Example 1 Determine R111 and VLh for the following circuit Consider R12 2 R2 13 E2 R35 E2 and V40Volts Thevenin 6 7 l v O a R1 l l R3 l V l l 0 R2 b Q r Ans RmRiRzHR3 3759 VmVR3IxR3 IVR1R2R340202Amp VRK R31 5 2 10 Volts Vm10volts In the Thevenin example we just did RL should be 3 75 Q for the maximum power to be transferred to it from the rest ofthe circuit Thevenin e 7 l l R1 1 a Rs l R v 1 L l b l R2 J