Questions & Answers of Network Theorems - Superposition, Thevenin and Norton’s Maximum Power Transfer

Question No. 44

In the circuit shown in the figure, the maximum power (in watt) delivered to the resistor R is __________

 

Question No. 116

In the circuit shown below,VS is a constant voltage source and IL is a constant current load.

The value of IL that maximizes the power absorbed by the constant current load is

Question No. 42

In the given circuit, the maximum power (in Watts) that can be transferred to the load RL is ____.

Question No. 141

In the circuit shown, the Norton equivalent resistance (in Ω) across terminals a-b is ___________.

Question No. 216

For the circuit shown in the figure, the Thevenin equivalent voltage (in Volts) across terminals a-b is _____.

Question No. 116

Norton’s theorem states that a complex network connected to a load can be replaced with an equivalent impedance

Question No. 217

In the figure shown, the value of the current I (in Amperes) is __________.

Question No. 242

In the circuit shown in the figure, the angular frequency ω (in rad/s), at which the Norton equivalent impedance as seen from terminals b-b′ is purely resistive, is _________.

Question No. 21

The impedance looking into nodes 1 and 2 in the given circuit is

Question No. 33

Assuming both the voltage sources are in phase, the value of R for which maximum power is transferred from circuit A to circuit B is

Question No. 10

In the circuit shown below, the Norton equivalent current in amperes with respect to the terminals P and Q is

Question No. 11

In the circuit shown below, the value of RL such that the power transferred to RL is maximum is

Question No. 29

In the circuit shown, what value of RL maximizes the power delivered to RL?

Question No. 21

The Thevenin equivalent impedance Zth between the nodes P and Q in the following circuit is

Question No. 7

An independent voltage source in series with an impedance ZS = RS + jXS delivers a maximum average power to a load impedance ZL when

Question No. 29

For the circuit shown in the figure, the Thevenin voltage and resistance looking into X-Y are: