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### What is the practical utility of maximum power transfer theorem?

Maximum power transfer is used when designing a system with
limited energy availability. When designing a short operating time
motor that runs from a battery, maximum power transfer saves
battery and motor costs. High currents are usually desired in this
scenario, so, the battery's internal resistance becomes a
significant part of the power delivery resistance. The maximum
speed that the system can achieve will be at the maximum power
transfer point. The motor can be thought of as a variable resistor
(ie back EMF effect). When the motor's effective resistance equals
the battery and wiring resistance then that is the maximum power
operating point. However, if the motor's load is not correctly
geared, maximum power cannot be achieved because the motor
effective resistance will not match the battery and wiring
resistance.

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semi-infinite range.
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### What is the difference between driving point function and transfer fuction?

consider a two port network. if u take the ratio of output of
one port either current or voltage/ input of other port either
voltage or current, if it is same parameter ie. V2/V1 then we call
it as transfer function or gain also. V1 is the input port voltage
and V2 is the output port voltage. In s domain also we can call it
as transfer function, and also not necessary restricted to s-domain
only. Suppose if is of different parameter ie. I1/V2 we can call it
as reverse transfer admittance function but thing is to note the
presence of 'transfer' term. At the same time the ratio of
parameter current or voltage of the same port we call it as driving
point function. It can be Admittance function ie. I1/V1 or
Impedance function ie. V1/I1