Help with circuit Millman/Thevenin/Norton

That's the circuit where the given values are:

V(AN) = 150 /_10° [Vef]

V(BN) = 150 /_-110° [Vef]

V(CN) = 150 /_130° [Vef]

Inductance is worth j120 [ohm]

Capcacitor is worth -j212 [ohm]

And the frecuency of the circuit is 50 [Hz]

1) I'm asked to find V(EN) with millman theorem and V(EN) with superposition theorem.

2) Thevenin and Norton values seen from nodes E and F.

3) The resistance that connected between E and F dissipates the optimum power and its value.

4) The impedance that connected between E and F dissipaste the maximum power and its value.

by maxtraba
April 12, 2018

Let me get this right - you want us to do your homework for you so that you don't learn anything and then fail your exams?

by mikerogerswsm
April 12, 2018
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