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Simple Resistive Circuits3Assessment ProblemsAP 3.1Start from the right hand side of the circuit and make series and parallel combinations of the resistors until one equivalent resistor remains. Begin by combining the 6 resistor and the 10 r
Washington University in St. Louis - MASE - 241
Washington University in St. Louis - MASE - 241
Washington University in St. Louis - MASE - 241
Washington University in St. Louis - MASE - 241
Washington University in St. Louis - MASE - 241
Washington University in St. Louis - MASE - 241
Washington University in St. Louis - MASE - 20?
Washington University in St. Louis - MASE - 20?
Circuit Variables1Assessment ProblemsAP 1.1 To solve this problem we use a product of ratios to change units from dollars/year to dollars/millisecond. We begin by expressing \$10 billion in scientific notation: \$100 billion = \$100 109 Now we det
Washington University in St. Louis - MASE - 20?
Circuit Elements2Assessment ProblemsAP 2.1[a] To find vg write a KVL equation clockwise around the left loop, starting below the dependent source: ib ib so vg = + vg = 0 4 4 To find ib write a KCL equation at the upper right node. Sum the curr
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7 Response of First-Order RL and RCCircuitsAssessment ProblemsAP 7.1 [a] The circuit for t &lt; 0 is shown below. Note that the inductor behaves like a short circuit, effectively eliminating the 2 resistor from the circuit.First combine the 30 an
Washington University in St. Louis - ESE - 101?
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11 Balanced Three-Phase CircuitsAssessment ProblemsAP 11.1 Make a sketch:We know VAN and wish to find VBC . To do this, write a KVL equation to find VAB , and use the known phase angle relationship between VAB and VBC to find VBC . VAB = VAN + VN
Washington University in St. Louis - ESE - 101?
12 Introduction to the Laplace TransformAssessment ProblemsAP 12.1 [a] cosh t = et + e-t 2 Therefore, 1 -(s-)t [e + e-(s+)t ]dt L{cosh t} = 2 0- = = [b] sinh t = 1 e-(s-)t 2 -(s - ) 1 2 0-+e-(s+)t -(s + ) = s2 0-1 1 + s- s+s - 2et - e
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Washington University in St. Louis - ESE - 101?
14Introduction to Frequency-Selective CircuitsAssessment ProblemsAP 14.1 fc = 8 kHz, c = 1 ; RC c = 2fc = 16 krad/s R = 10 k;. C =1 1 = = 1.99 nF c R (16 103 )(104 )AP 14.2 [a] c = 2fc = 2(2000) = 4 krad/s L= 5000 R = = 0.40 H c 4000 4000
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Fourier Series16Assessment ProblemsAP 16.1 av = 1 T 2 T2T /3 0Vm dt +1 TT 2T /3Vm 3T7 dt = Vm = 7 V 9 Vm cos k0 t dt 3ak = = bk = =2T /3 0Vm cos k0 t dt + sin 4k 3 =2T /34Vm 3k0 T 2 T2T /3 06 4k sin k 3T 2T /3Vm sin k
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