Norton's Theorem

Learners follow the steps for reducing all of the elements of a complex circuit to a single current source and a single source resistance to create a simple circuit. Several examples are given for dc circuits. The conversion between Thevenin and Norton is also presented.

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it is very good explanation thanks

Posted by mahmmoud ellaban on 5/21/2011 12:00:36 PM Reply

Very Useful...like one of the best article on Norton theorem is here...

http://www.electricaltechnology.org/2014/01/Norton-theorem.html

Posted by Kumar Rohit on 1/19/2014 3:30:09 PM Reply

It's easy to understand.

Posted by mani mekalai on 4/7/2013 1:29:39 PM Reply

very useful

Posted by prakash d on 6/29/2011 12:02:11 PM Reply

excellent explanation.thanks.i hope you will post

complex sample problems.

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