Any resistance in a network may be replaced by a voltage source with zero internal resistance and a voltage equal to the voltage drop across the replace resistance caused by the current flowing through it, according to this theorem.
The compensation theorem is frequently used to calculate the approximate effect of tiny changes in electrical network elements. The paper describes an extension to a continuous system that incorporates a boundary-surface with surface impedance instead of a set of circuit elements.
Compensation is usually a monetary payment made to someone in exchange for their work. Compensation is earned by employees in the workplace. It includes the employee's pay or earnings, as well as any commissions or bonuses that come with the position.
The substitution theorem states that each network branch can be replaced by an equivalent branch with different constituents. If any branch or element is replaced by a voltage and current source that is the same as the original network, the voltage and current of that branch will remain the same.
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