## How do you use Thevenin theorem with dependent sources?

Thevenin’s theorem can be applied when analyzing a circuit with dependent sources. In this case, all independent sources are turned off and the RTh is calculated by applying a current source or voltage source at the open terminal. When using a voltage source, it can be assumed to be 1V for simple calculations.

### Can we use source transformation in Thevenin Theorem?

You can use the Thévenin approach for circuits that have multiple independent sources. In some cases, you can use source transformation techniques to find the Thévenin resistor RT without actually computing voc and isc.

**CAN YOU DO source transformation with dependent sources?**

Source transformation is applicable even for the circuits which have dependent sources.

**How do you solve a dependent source in a circuit?**

Solution

- Identify all nodes in the circuit. Call the number of nodes .
- Select a reference node.
- Assign a variable for each node whose voltage is unknown.
- If there are dependent sources in the circuit, write down equations that express their values in terms of other node voltages.

## How do you combine current sources?

Current sources of different values may be connected together in parallel. For example, one of 5 amps and one of 3 amps would combined to give a single current source of 8 amperes as the arrows representing the current source both point in the same direction.

### What happen if voltage source is turn off in Thevenin theorem?

Since voltage across an independent voltage won’t change (ΔV=0), its equivalent resistance will be zero. Hence it can be replaced by a short. Similarly, independent current source (ΔI=0) can be replaced by an open circuit. Which is basically ‘switching off’ these sources.

**What is Thevenin’s theorem formula?**

Any combination of batteries and resistances with two terminals can be replaced by a single voltage source e and a single series resistor r. The value of e is the open circuit voltage at the terminals, and the value of r is e divided by the current with the terminals short circuited.

**What is Thevenin’s theorem find the current in the 10 ohm resistor using Thevenin’s theorem?**

When 10 Ω resistance is reconnected across A and B, current through it is I = 6.24/(9.43 + 10) = 0.32 A.

## Can we convert dependent current source to voltage source?

Yes, we can apply source transformation to dependant sources. Analysis of the circuit remains same as that of independent sources. While source transformation, dependent current source will be converted to dependent voltage source and vice versa.

### What is a dependent current source?

In the theory of electrical networks, a dependent source is a voltage source or a current source whose value depends on a voltage or current elsewhere in the network.