Hello,I have an expirment of lab for electrical engineering.data measured included in the pdf attached.instruction also in the attachmentplease do it pearfectly and don’t copy from anywheremany of my classmates are doing the same in the studypool please do it unique.Lab #7: Thevenin’s Theorem

§ Definition: “Any circuit of resistance elements

and energy sources with an identified terminal

pair (known as the load terminals) can be

replaced by a Thevenin equivalent circuit which

consists of an ideal voltage source Vt (Voc) in

series with a resistance Rt.

Lab #7: Thevenin’s Theorem

§ The Thevenin equivalent circuit can be obtained

by finding Vth and Rth .

§Vth èOpen circuit voltage across nodes (a,b)

§Rth è Open circuit equivalent resistance

across nodes (a,b)

§Isc è Short circuit current across (a,b)

Lab #7: Thevenin’s Theorem

§ Part I: Use Thevenin’s theorem to chose RL for

maximum power transfer.

§ Assume : R1 = 1 kΩ , R2 = 1 kΩ

§ Assume: Vs1= 4 VDC and Vs2= 3VDC

Lab #6: Superposition Theorem

§ Part I: Use Superposition theorem to compute the

currents and voltages across the 3 resistors.

§ Assume Vs1= AWG1= 4 VDC and Vs2= AWG2= 3VDC

§ Apply Vs1 and Vs2 from using AWG1, and AWG2 power

supplies on your ANALOG DISCOVERY board.

§ NOTE: To generate a DC output from the Digilent Analog

Discovery, make a sine wave with a 0V amplitude and then

use the offset to move the signal to the DC voltage

needed.

§Example: AWG1 è Amplitude = 0 V and Offset = 4V

§Example: AWG2 è Amplitude = 0 V and Offset = 3V

§Note that the graphical display of the output for AWG 1

and AWG2 is a straight line equal to 4V OR 3V.

Lab #7: Thevenin’s Theorem

§ Step#1: Draw the RTh circuit.

§ Remove the load RL and find RTh.

Lab #7: Thevenin’s Theorem

§ Step#2: Draw the VTh circuit.

§ Remove the load RL and find VTh.

Lab #7: Thevenin’s Theorem

§ Step#2: Draw the final Thevenin circuit.

§ Choose RL for maximum power transfer.

Lab #7: Thevenin’s Theorem

§ Part II: Build the Original circuit with 2 sources

§ Measure the currents and voltages across RL as you

vary RL from 100 Ω up to 1 kΩ . Enter your measured

values in Table #1.

§ Use a decade box or a variable resistor to vary RL.

§ Use your hand-held multi-meter to measure the

currents.

§Plot the power across P_RL (y-axis) versus RL (x-axis)

and show that the maximum power value occurs close

to the value that was predicted theoretically.

§ Explain any differences between the theoretical and

measured values.

Lab #7: Thevenin’s Theorem

Table 1: Voltage & Current across RL using Original Circuit

RL (Ω)

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

1000

Iload (Amps)

Vload (V)

Power_RL ()

Lab #7: Thevenin’s Theorem

§ Part II: Build the Thevenin circuit

§ Measure the currents and voltages across RL as you

vary RL from 100 Ω up to 1 kΩ . Enter your measured

values in Table #1.

§ Use a decade box or a variable resistor to vary RL.

§ Use your hand-held multi-meter to measure the

currents.

§Plot the power across P_RL (y-axis) versus RL (x-axis)

and show that the maximum power value occurs close

to the value that was predicted theoretically.

§ Explain any differences between the theoretical and

measured values.

Lab #7: Thevenin’s Theorem

Table 2: Voltage & Current across RL using Thevenin Circuit

RL (Ω)

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

1000

Iload (Amps)

Vload (V)

Power_RL ()

The outline of your laboratory report should be as follows:

1.

2

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

Title

Date and your partners’ name(s).

Purpose of the experiment, in your own words (Do not copy the handout).

Equipment used.

Introduction (overall outline of your report).

Theory or Background (Include schematics, diagrams, etc.)

Experimental procedure and data. DO NOT FORGET THE UNITS.

(ALL DATA SHOULD BE TABULATED AND ALL FIGURES

NUMBERED.)

Results and discussion (error calculations, analysis of the results, and answers to all

the questions in the handout.)

Signature of all members of the group.

8.

9.

Purchase answer to see full

attachment

#### Why Choose Us

- 100% non-plagiarized Papers
- 24/7 /365 Service Available
- Affordable Prices
- Any Paper, Urgency, and Subject
- Will complete your papers in 6 hours
- On-time Delivery
- Money-back and Privacy guarantees
- Unlimited Amendments upon request
- Satisfaction guarantee

#### How it Works

- Click on the “Place Order” tab at the top menu or “Order Now” icon at the bottom and a new page will appear with an order form to be filled.
- Fill in your paper’s requirements in the "
**PAPER DETAILS**" section. - Fill in your paper’s academic level, deadline, and the required number of pages from the drop-down menus.
- Click “
**CREATE ACCOUNT & SIGN IN**” to enter your registration details and get an account with us for record-keeping and then, click on “PROCEED TO CHECKOUT” at the bottom of the page. - From there, the payment sections will show, follow the guided payment process and your order will be available for our writing team to work on it.