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# What is the use of superposition theorem?

Updated: 9/19/2023

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superposition can find the voltage and current effect of each source to a particular branch of the circuit and we can calculate the total effect of the sources to know the effect of the total sources to that branch

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### Why are use superposition theorem?

Why be use does Superposition. imposissition waves wavees 2 direction opposite interference!

### Can you use AC instead of DC for superposition theorem?

Yes, the theorem still applies for AC.

### Can we apply the superposition theorem to a ac network?

Yes. We can apply the superposition theorem to an A.C. Network.

### In what type of network superposition theorem is not applicable?

Superposition theorem is not applicable on non-linear networks.

### Can we apply the superposition theorem to ac network?

Yes. We can apply the superposition theorem to an A.C. Network.

### What are the conditions in application of superposition theorem?

Superposition theorem can be applied if- 1) The network is linear 2) The solution of the network is unique

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### Why superposition theorem is not valid for power?

we cant consider two source at a time in superposition theorem....but power =v*i.so we cant calculate power.

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### Is the superposition theorem applicable to non linear network why?

Yes, superposition theorem holds true in AC circuits as well. You must first convert an AC circuit to the phasor domain and the same rules apply.

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