Solution for GATE EE 2023 question on Network Theory

# Solution for GATE EE 2023 question on Network Theory by Dr. Shilpa Sambhi

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In this article , we will provide a well-acquainted solution of GATE EE 2023 Questions for the challenging subject Network Theory.

## GATE EE 2023 Networks Question

Q.1. For the circuit shown, The instantaneous value of the Thevenin’s equivalent voltage (in Volts) across the terminals a-b at time t = 5 ms is _______ (Round off to 2 decimal places).

Solution :-

Step-1 :- Let us solve this by source transformation, consider maximum value i= sin 1000t

i=1 A

Converting the current source into voltage source , the circuit will be

We get,

Vth = ix(10-j10)

Step-2 :- Applying KVL in the loop,

10+j10-(10+j10)ix +4ix = 0 —(i)

i_{x}=\frac{10+j10}{16}

Putting value of ix in eq. (i)

V_{th}=\left ( \frac{10+j10}{16} \right )(10-j10)

Vth = 12.5 volts

Vth = 12.5 Volts (Maximum Value)

Vth = 12.5 sin 1000 t (Final expression)

The instantaneous value of the Thevenin’s equivalent voltage (in Volts) across the terminals a-b at time t = 5 ms is _______ (Round off to 2 decimal places) is calculated as

Vth = 12.5 sin 1000t

= 12.5 sin 1000 x 5 x 10-3

Vth = -11.98 V

The correct answer is -11.98 V.

So, simply for solving the Thevenin’s problem, you have to convert the circuit into equivalent circuit and then you can apply source transformation, KVL to solve it further.

Hope, so. You have well understood the solution of the problem.

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