2016-03-28, 09:59 PM

Hi all. I have a problem with Thevenin's Theorem.

To get Thevenin's Resistance you take out the load and measure resistance at A and B. Or theoretically You short the voltage source, and calculate the total resistance between A and B. I did this starting at the left with R1 and R6 in parallel in series to R2, this in parallel to R7, etc... I got 5.96 K ohms. I think this is right.

The problem I am having is getting the Thevenin Voltage. With a meter you measure the voltage between A and B with load out. Without a meter I am stuck. Can some one give me a pointer to find the voltage out of this series parallel network?

Thevenin's Theorem

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To get Thevenin's Resistance you take out the load and measure resistance at A and B. Or theoretically You short the voltage source, and calculate the total resistance between A and B. I did this starting at the left with R1 and R6 in parallel in series to R2, this in parallel to R7, etc... I got 5.96 K ohms. I think this is right.

The problem I am having is getting the Thevenin Voltage. With a meter you measure the voltage between A and B with load out. Without a meter I am stuck. Can some one give me a pointer to find the voltage out of this series parallel network?

Thevenin's Theorem

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