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If 2 voltage sources V1 and V2 are connected in parallel to each other, what is the voltage between the 2 extreme ends...???

If 2 voltage sources V1 and V2 are connected in parallel to each other, what is the voltage between the 2 extreme ends...???

Grade:12

1 Answers

KARAN ACHARYA
52 Points
9 years ago

this is only possible when some internal resistance is present

in that case 

V =[V1/R1 + V2/R2]/[(1/R1)+(1/R2)]

where R1 and R2 ARE THE INTERNAL RESITANCES OF VOLTAGE SOURCE V1 and V2 respectively

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