Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
The maximum power transfer theorem helps us deduce the maximum external power generated with a finite internal resistance, in electrical circuit systems.
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem explains that to generate maximum external power through a finite internal resistance (DC network), the resistance of the given load must be equal to the resistance of the available source.
In other words, the resistance of the load must be the same as Thevenin’s equivalent resistance.
Numerical on Thevenin’s Theorem
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