Accession Number:

AD0272204

Title:

FOUNDATIONS OF EQUIVALENT NETWORK THEORY

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CASE INST OF TECH CLEVELAND OHIO

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Report Date:

1961-12-07

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1.0

Abstract:

Since the main difficulty with Cauers matrix transformation method is that the transformation is applied to the network admittance or impedance matrix in which the actual network elements are hidden, it would be desirable to apply the transformation directly to the parameter or branch admittance matrix because every entry of this matrix is an actual element. It is shown that such a transformation is permissible and that it can be chosen so that any combination of desired driving point or transfer impedances or admittances can be preserved under the transformation. Generalized equilibrium equations are discussed and used to show that transformations on branch matrices are permissible. Conditions on the transformation which yield equivalent networks are derived. Author

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