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Introduction
Linear circuits can be analyzed using Superposition principle and Thevenin’s theorems.
Superposition theorem is helpful for circuits having more than one independent source. It works
by calculating contribution of each independent source and then adding the effect for each source.
If there is any dependent source in the circuit, it should remain intact since they are controlled by
circuit variables.
For most of the practical applications, we usually have fixed circuit elements and a particular
variable element usually a load. For example, when we connect various appliances to a household
outlet. To avoid repeated analysis on the same circuit with single element change, Thevenin’s
theorem is a technique, with which fixed part of circuit to be analyzed is replaced by an equivalent
circuit. In this way, there is no need to repeat analysis all over again for a single element.

Theory
In order to apply superposition principle, only single independent source is considered at a time
while setting other sources to zero. For that reason, every current source is replacing by open
circuit and voltage source by short circuit. This would result in simpler and manageable circuit. If
there is any depend source in the circuit, they aren’t turned off but remain intact since other
variables are impacting their values.
Thevenin’s theorem can be applied by open circuiting the load and measuring the resistance across
the open circuited terminals (as a-b in Figure 1). It should be noted that all independent sources
should be turned off while calculating Rth. To find the Vth, circuit has to be analyzed for the
voltage across the open circuited terminals a-b as shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1: Calculation of Thevenin’s resistance and voltage

Equipment
Following list of equipment is used to perform the experiment:

Resistors, (1.7 kΩ, 0.21kΩ)

Two DC supplies (6038, 6236B)

Connectors

Design Procedure
Given the values, R1=1.7 kΩ, R2=0.21 kΩ, R3=0.21 kΩ, V1=10V and V2=4.5V, the circuit
shown in Figure 2 is analyzed using mesh analysis and then constructed in lab on breadboard.
Measured and calculated results are given in Results and Observations section. Calculations are
attached in appendix.

Figure 2: Circuit for Superposition Principle

Figure 3: Thevenis’s Analysis Circuit
Similarly, for that same values of resistances as...

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