anonymous
  • anonymous
for what purpose norton theorems are used
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KenLJW
  • KenLJW
|dw:1370544500515:dw| How you manipulate the Thevenin/Norton network actually depends on best fit for loads.
KenLJW
  • KenLJW
Later you will learn about Voltage source and Current source shifting. This will make circuits easier to deal with and you'll gain a better understanding.
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  • Koikkara
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arnavguddu
  • arnavguddu
norton circuits are current equivalent model of given circuit... where we only have current sources and impedence loads rather than any voltage source Thus we have current paths and all calculation functions become a function of current

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