# N-M16 Electric Networks Module ## INNOVATIVE SYSTEMS

With the Electric Networks Module, "N-M16", designed by EDIBON, it is possible to understand the principles of Ohm’s Law, Norton’s and Thévenin’s Theorem, Wheatstone bridge operation, superposition theorems or star/delta transformation and vice versa.

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## General Description

After studying the basic knowledge of electrical networks, we must understand and investigate the dependence between current and voltage applied to different electrical devices.

With the Electric Networks Module, "N-M16", designed by EDIBON, it is possible to understand the principles of Ohm’s Law, Norton’s and Thévenin’s Theorem, Wheatstone bridge operation, superposition theorems or star/delta transformation and vice versa.

In addition, faults can be simulated in most of the circuits under study. The student must investigate what is happening in the circuit and why it is not working properly. These faults simulations can be of several types from damage components to a hypothetical incorrect circuit assembly.

## Exercises and guided practices

### GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

Ohm’s law:

1. Calculation of the internal resistance of a continuous source.
2. Faults study in an internal resistance.
3. Internal resistance calculation of an alternating source.
4. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Electrical power:

1. Power transferred by a DC source to load.
2. Power transferred to a load by an AC source.
3. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Power supplies combination:

1. DC+AC assembly.
2. Error study in the circuit, DC assembly.
3. DC+AC assembly.
4. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Thèvenin’s and Norton’s theorems:

1. Thèvenin and Norton equivalent circuits.
2. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Superposition theorem:

1. Application of the Superposition theorem.
2. Faults study in the Superposition circuit.
3. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Star-triangle transformation:

1. Resistance measurement between terminals.
2. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Wheatstone bridge:

1. Calibration of a Wheatstone bridge fed by a DC source.
2. Faults study in the Wheatstone bridge circuit.
3. Wheatstone bridge calibration fed by an AC source.
4. Theoretical/practical exercises.

### MORE PRACTICAL EXERCISES TO BE DONE WITH THE UNIT

1. Millman’s Theorem.
2. Several other exercises can be done and designed by the user.

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