Real power sources - overview, Electrical Engineering

We have seen that a practical power source may be modelled by an ideal constant voltage source in series with a resistor - a Thevenin equivalent circuit

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Alternatively, a practical power source may be modelled by an ideal constant current source in parallel with a resistor  - a Norton equivalent circuit.

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