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Maryland | ENEE 0106

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• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 6 SOLUTION! Name: _ Oct.20th Section 0106 1) Find io(t) by first obtaining a Thevenin Equivalent Circuit at the terminals A-B. 3 5 B 48 V 6 2 A 1 9 io(t) 1 The first thing to realize here is that we need to remove the 2 resistor to o

• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 9 SOLUTION! Name: _ Nov.17th Section 0106 t=0 R1=1 R2=10 t=0 Vs1=10 cos(t) V Vs2=10 V C=1 F 1) Draw the circuit for t < 0 and find the relevant initial conditions: R2=10 Vs2=10 V + vC(0-)=vC(0+) - Notice that Vs2 is a DC source

• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 4 Name: _ Oct.6th Section 0106 1) Given the following circuit and values, find Yin: Lo Yin R1 R3 R5 R2 R4 R6 R7 R1=4 R2=2.8 R3=2 R4=4 R5=1 R6=R7=2 L0=500 mH Vo=5cos(4t) V Vo 2) Using the voltage divider formula, find the voltage

• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 5 Name: _ Oct.13th Section 0106 1) Using the principle of superposition, find v(t) in the following circuit: *Draw figures for all cases and carefully label ALL variable names that you use. 1 1/6 F + v(t) 1 v s1(t) = 2cos(3t) V 1/3

• Maryland ENEE 0106
QUIZ 2 Name: _ Sept.22nd Section 0106 Write the NON-trivial KCL equations for the system: I1 C1 L I3 I2 R1 R2 Write the NON-trivial KVL equations for the system: VS Write the terminal relationships for each of the passive components in

• Maryland ENEE 0106
QUIZ 3 Name: _ Sept.29th Section 0106 Based on the circuit shown and knowing that v(t)=3cos(t/4 + /8) V, find: ^ 1) What is the phasor voltage? ( V) 2) What\'s the circuit total impedance? (Z) ^ 3) What\'s the phasor current? ( I ) L=8H + C=4F v(t)

• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 11 SOLUTION! Name: _ Find Vo(t). (Hint: you may want to consider using transfer functions) Dec. 1st Section 0106 t=0 1 1 + Vo Initial Conditions: t<0: vc(0-)=vc(0+)=0 This is true for both capacitors t=0+: Because the voltage across th

• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 8 SOLUTION! Name: _ Nov.10th Section 0106 1) Find vR in the circuit shown by using either mesh or nodal analysis (whichever one you think its easier): Using Mesh analysis: + vR R2 I2 Is2 R1Is1 Vs1 R1 + R2 R 2 R2 I 1 R1 I s1 V s

• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 7 - Solution Name: _ 5 2 5 1 2 Nov. 3rd Section 0106 Is1=1 A Vs1=2 V Vs2=1 V Is2=2 A 1) Write the mesh mesh matrix equation for the circuit. 5 1A Vx + 2 I1 1 I2 2 7 2 I 1 1 V x = 2 5 I 0 2 2V 1V 2V 2) Wr

• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 10 SOLUTION! Name: _ Nov.24th Section 0106 t=0 t=0 C=3 F + vc(t) IS2=5 A L=3 H R=2 We want to solve for the voltage across the capacitor for t>0 in the circuit shown. vc(0-)=0 V vS1(t)=4cos(t/3) V 1) Draw the circuit for t < 0 and t

• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 11 SOLUTION! Name: _ Find Vo(t). (Hint: you may want to consider using transfer functions) Dec. 1st Section 0106 t=0 1 1 + Vo Initial Conditions: t<0: vc(0-)=vc(0+)=0 This is true for both capacitors t=0+: Because the voltage across the capac

• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 6 SOLUTION! Name: _ Oct.20th Section 0106 1) Find io(t) by first obtaining a Thevenin Equivalent Circuit at the terminals A-B. 3 5 B 48 V 6 2 A 1 9 io(t) 1 The first thing to realize here is that we need to remove the 2 resistor to obtain the

• Maryland ENEE 0106
ENEE204-QUIZ 5 Name: _ Oct.13th Section 0106 1) Using the principle of superposition, find v(t) in the following circuit: *Draw figures for all cases and carefully label ALL variable names that you use. 1 1/6 F + v(t) 1 v s1(t) = 2cos(3t) V 1/3 H is2 (t)