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## Why is Nortons theorem useful?

Norton’s theorem and its dual, Thévenin’s theorem, are widely used for circuit analysis simplification and to study circuit’s initial-condition and steady-state response. This is equivalent to calculating the Thevenin resistance. When there are dependent sources, the more general method must be used.

### What are the advantages and disadvantages of Norton’s theorem?

Norton’s theorem is valid only for linear elements.. The power dissipation across norton equivalent circuit in not identical with the power dissipation in real system circuit. Not valid for non-linear elements. Norton’s Theorem holds only when the components in the circuit are linear (principle of superposition holds).

**What is the main difference between Thevenin’s theorem and Norton’s theorem?**

The main difference between Thevenin’s theorem and Norton’s theorem is that, Thevenin’s theorem provides an equivalent voltage source and an equivalent series resistance, while Norton’s theorem provides an equivalent Current source and an…

**What is the theoretical and practical advantage of using Thevenin and Norton theorem in circuit analysis?**

Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems are important for circuit analysis as they are used to simplify the circuit. Thevenin’s theorem says that if you take any two terminal of a complex network you can replace the circuit across it by a voltage source and a resistor in series. This simplifies the circuit drastically.

## What is Nortons equivalent?

Norton equivalent circuit consists of an equivalent impedance connected parallel with a current source and load resistance. The constant current source used in Norton equivalent circuit is known as Norton current IN or short circuit current ISC.

### What are the limitations of Nortons 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.

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

The circuit having time varying element then the reciprocating theorem is not applicable. 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 are the advantages of Thevenin theorem?**

Advantage Of Thevenin Theorem It reduces a complex circuit to a simple circuit viz a single source of e.m.f. Eth in series with a single resistance RTh. It greatly simplifies the part of the circuit of the lesser importance and enables us to view the action of the output part directly.

## What are the advantages of Thevenin’s Theorem?

Advantage Of Thevenin Theorem

- It reduces a complex circuit to a simple circuit viz a single source of e.m.f. Eth in series with a single resistance RTh.
- It greatly simplifies the part of the circuit of the lesser importance and enables us to view the action of the output part directly.

### What is the significance of Thevenin’s Theorem?

Thevenin’s Theorem provides an easy method for analyzing power circuits, which typically has a load that changes value during the analysis process. This theorem provides an efficient way to calculate the voltage and current flowing across a load without having to recalculate your entire circuit over again.

**What is the advantage of Thevenin’s theorem over conventional circuit reduction techniques in situations where load changes?**

Remarks: (i) One great advantage of Thevenin’s theorem over the normal circuit reduction technique or any other technique is this: once the Thevenin equivalent circuit has been formed, it can be reused in calculating load current ( L I ), load voltage ( L V ) and load power ( L P ) for different loads using the …