# Electrical Circuits

## Verification of Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

Experiment No.: 6 Experiment Name: Use Voltmeter, Ammeter to Determine Load Resistance for Maximum Power Transfer for a Given Circuit by Applying Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. Objective: To verify Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. Theory: The Maximum Power Transfer theorem may be stated as follows, “A resistive load will absorb maximum power from a network when …

## Verification of Superposition Theorem

Experiment No.: 5 Experiment Name: Use voltmeter, ammeter to determine current through the given branch and voltage across the given element of circuit by applying Superposition Theorem. Objective: To verify Superposition theorem. Theory: This theorem may be stated as follows, “In a network resistance containing more than one generator (or source of emf) the current …

## Use voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter to determine active, reactive and apparent powerconsumed in given R-L-C series circuit. Draw phasor diagram

Experiment No.: 4 Experiment Name: Use of Voltmeter, Ammeter, Wattmeter to Determine Active, Reactive and Apparent PowerConsumed in Given R-L-C Series Circuit and Draw Phasor Diagram. Objective: To use voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter to determine active, reactive and apparent powerconsumed in given R-L-C series circuit. To draw the phasor diagram of that circuit. Theory: Let V …

## Verification of KCL & KVL

Experiment No.: 3 Experiment Name: Verification of Kirchhoffâ€™s Current Law and Kirchhoffâ€™s Voltage Law. Objective: To verify Kirchhoffâ€™s Current Law To verify Kirchhoffâ€™s Voltage Law Theory: Kirchhoffâ€™s Current Law : The algebraic sum of current at any junction of a system of conductors is zero, i.e. the sum of the currents flowing into a junction …

## Verification of Norton’s Theorem

Experiment No.: 2 Experiment Name: Use Voltmeter, Ammeter to Determine Equivalent Circuit Parameter in a Given Circuit byApplying Nortonâ€™s theorem. Objective: To verify Norton’s theorem. Theory: The Norton’s theorem may be stated as, “Any two terminal active containing voltage sources and resistance when viewed from its output terminals is equivalent to a constant current source …

## Verification of Thevenin’s Theorem

Experiment No.: 1 Experment Name: Use Voltmeter, Ammeter to Determine Equivalent Circuit Parameter in a Given Circuit byApplying Theveninâ€™s Theorem. Objective: To verify Theveninâ€™s theorem. Theory: Thevenin’s theorem may be stated as follow, “The current flowing through a load resistance RL connected across any two terminal A and B of a linear, active, bilateral network …

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