Superposition Theorem Lab with dependent sources. It explains about how to patch circuit on breadboard, How to measure voltage, How to measure current and superposition theorem circuit analysis.
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Superposition Theorem Lab Manual:
To verify Superposition Theorem Lab Experiment on Breadboard
- Power Supplies : E1=12V and E2=0-12V
- Jumper Wires
- DC Voltmeter 0-15 V
- DC Ammeter
- Digital Ohmmeter
- Resistors : R1=in KΩ,1/2W; R2=in KΩ,1/4 W , R3 = in KΩ 1/4W
- Make up the circuit shown in the figure.
- Measure the resistance of each resistor and voltage of source, calculate the source current and record him in table-I.
- Measure the voltage V, across R3 and the current I, through it and record it in table-II.
- Remove E2 and replace it with a short circuit.
- Record the magnitude of the current I” through R3 and the voltage across it V” in table II.
- Remove E1 and replace it with a short circuit.
- Measure the voltage across R3 and the current through it and record it in table-II.
- Add V and V”. Also add I, and I”
- Compare the sets of values.
Analysis, Deduction and Conclusion:
- Has the superposition theorem been verified?
- What facts determined from the result of this experiment support this decision?
- Do the experimental results compare favorably with those calculated?
- What could be some of the cause for discrepancies?
- How this theorem helps in Analysis?
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