Table of Contents

- 1 What are the applications of reciprocity theorem?
- 2 What is the necessary condition for reciprocity theorem applicable?
- 3 Which is the drawback of the reciprocity theorem?
- 4 What are the applications of Norton’s Theorem?
- 5 Why reciprocity theorem is not applicable in dependent source?
- 6 What is the application of Norton’s Theorem?
- 7 What are the limitations of the reciprocity theorem?
- 8 Which of the following circuits does not apply the reciprocating theorem?
- 9 What is reciprocal property of DC Circuit?

## What are the applications of reciprocity theorem?

The reciprocity theorem is used to analyze the dynamic response to high-intensity heating of a small surface region. The particular example of line-focused laser-beam irradiation of one side of a homogeneous elastic plate is worked out in some detail.

## What is the necessary condition for reciprocity theorem applicable?

The reciprocity theorem states that the current at one point in a circuit due to a voltage at a second point is the same as the current at the second point due to the same voltage at the first. The reciprocity theorem is valid for almost all passive networks.

**What are the limitations of Norton’s theorem?**

Limitations of Norton’s Theorem It’s not for such modules which are not linear like diodes, the transistor. It also not operate for such circuitries which has magnetic locking. It also not work for such circuitries which has loaded in parallel with dependent supplies.

### Which is the drawback of the reciprocity theorem?

The limitation of this theorem is that it is applicable only to single source natworks and not in multisource network. Moreover, the network where reciprocity theorem is applied should be linear one containing resistors, inductors, capacitors and coupled circuits.

### What are the applications of Norton’s Theorem?

Applications of Norton’s Theorem

- It is used to reduce a complex circuit into a simple circuit.
- Norton’s theorem is useful to solve problems on parallel generators with unequal emf’s and unequal impedances.
- Norton’s theorem can be interchangeably used with thevenin’s theorem through proper source transformations.

**What is the application of maximum power transfer theorem?**

Applications of MPTT MPTT is applied in Radio communications, where the power amplifier transmits the maximum amount of signal to the antenna if and only if load impedance in the circuit is equal to the source impedance. It is also applied in audio systems, where the voice is to be transmitted to the speaker.

## Why reciprocity theorem is not applicable in dependent source?

The circuits having dependent source even it is linear then the reciprocating theorem is not applicable. The circuit having non linear element like diode transistor then reciprocating theorem is not applicable.

## What is the application of Norton’s Theorem?

Applications of Norton’s Theorem It is used to reduce a complex circuit into a simple circuit. Norton’s theorem is useful to solve problems on parallel generators with unequal emf’s and unequal impedances. Norton’s theorem can be interchangeably used with thevenin’s theorem through proper source transformations.

**What are the applications of Millman’s Theorem?**

In electrical engineering, Millman’s theorem (or the parallel generator theorem) is a method to simplify the solution of a circuit. Specifically, Millman’s theorem is used to compute the voltage at the ends of a circuit made up of only branches in parallel. It is named after Jacob Millman, who proved the theorem.

### What are the limitations of the reciprocity theorem?

The limitation of this theorem is that it is applicable only to single source networks and not in the multi-source network. The network where reciprocity theorem is applied should be linear and consist of resistors, inductors, capacitors and coupled circuits. The circuit should not have any time-varying elements.

### Which of the following circuits does not apply the reciprocating theorem?

The circuits having dependent source even it is linear then the reciprocating theorem is not applicable. The circuit having non linear element like diode transistor then reciprocating theorem is not applicable. This theorem is applied to analyze Ultrasound Generated by High-Intensity Surface Heating of Elastic Bodies.

**What are the applications of reciprocity theorem in ultrasound analysis?**

This is also useful for analyzing ultrasound generated by high-intensity surface heating of elastic bodies. According to Reciprocity theorem, in any linear, bilateral network, the ratio of response (output) to excitation (input) remains the same if the position of output and input interchanges in a reciprocal network.

## What is reciprocal property of DC Circuit?

For this property, we use reciprocity theorem. The circuits having this property are called reciprocal circuits. This theorem is applicable for both DC and AC. This is useful in electromagnetic applications. for example, in analyzing electrical networks and antenna systems.