ECEN_214_Fall_06_Exam_1

ECEN_214_Fall_06_Exam_1 - EE 214 Exam#1 Fall 2006...

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Unformatted text preview: EE 214 Exam #1 Fall 2006 Instructions: This is a closed book, closed notes test. Show all work on all problems. For credit you must use the method specified. Place answer in the space provided. Name ID# 1) What value of load resistance (RL) attached to terminals a—b will result in maximum power transfer from the circuit to the load RL. (10 points) 379 RL= 2) Find Thevenin’s equivalent circuit at terminals a-b. (10 points) 574 Rth= Vth = 3) Use mesh current analysis to write equations for the following circuit. Put the equations in standard form (a=bx+cy+dz) and then complete the equations shown. (20 points) 4) Use nodal voltage analysis to find Va across the 3 ohm resistor in the circuit shown, using the reference node indicated. (20 points) 5) Use the nodal voltage method to calculate the power delivered by the 25 Amp source. (20 points) watts 6) Find the current Ix in the 25 ohm resistor. (20 points) ...
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