Posts Tagged ‘thevenin’s theorem’

Who Wrote Thevenin’s Theorem? I didn’t, sir!

October 10th, 2016 | 1 Comment | Posted in Others
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senior-electrical-engineeerIn an article published on March, our dear senior engineer Muhammad (20 years experience) amazed us with an article about the Thevenin’s Theorem. Indeed, he drew a great parallel with human beings and it was brillant!

Today he is back with another funny essay on this theorem. We don’t tell you more, just read and appreciate it:

Thevenin’s Theorem applicated to humans

March 15th, 2016 | 1 Comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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In our community we are lucky to have senior engineers who nicely accept to send us articles about technical topics or their career story. Last day, Muhammad (20 years experience) did and we were surprised by the title of his article…

It strongly raised our interest and we’re sure it will raise yours too! So what is the Thevenin’s equivalent to humans? Let’s Muhammad give us the answer right now:

Of course, my dear readers, you have studied, and even used, what is commonly (and incorrectly?) known as the Thevenin’s Theorem. One cannot become an electrical engineer, or even pass a Circuit Analysis course without having studied it. It is such a simple concept, and so beautiful that I cannot help writing about it knowing very well that a lot has already been written on it by people much more learned.

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