northon theorma and suoerpotion theor i dont understan both of them
what is the difference b/w them
MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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superposition is used in a simple way to solve the complex circuits ,norton theorem in the complex circuitry to solve simpler way benefit from a more comfortable turning the circuit into.norton theorem has an equivalent circuit,ie with norton theorem we can be obtain basic equvalent circuit of the complex circuit.
Nortron theorm in which me find the current on the load with te help of equlent resistane of the circuite and current source of the cuircuite.
where in superposition we convert the sources according to our circuite. current source replace by a open path and voltage source by short path
if you look at the picture,you can understand your question.see you
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Norton Theorm is used to simplify the complex circuit using following steps-
1) Remove the load resistance through which you want to find Norton equivalent circuit.
2) Find Rn(=Rth) for the circuit by shortening the voltage source provided and find equivalent resistance through the open ends from where load resistance is removed (step 1).
3) After finding the Rn, Short the open ends of load resistance removed in step 1, then the current through short circuit will be Norton current (In)
,after that we have to find only the short circuit current, by using any known method, Current division, mesh analysis or nodal analysis,
4) Last step after finding Rn (Norton Resistance), and In (Norton Current), Connect the Rn and In inseries connection with each other.
And that will be your Norton equivalent circuit...