tsl278 - RL Circuit: Application (1) Each branch in the...

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RL Circuit: Application (1) Each branch in the circuit shown contains a 3A fuse. The switch is closed at time t = 0 . (a) Which fuse is blown in the shortest time? (b) Which fuse lasts the longest time? R=6 L=6H C=6F 12V S 1 2 3 tsl278 – p.1/8
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RL Circuit: Application (8) In the circuit shown the switch has been open for a long time. Find the currents I 1 and I 2 just after the switch has been closed, a long time later, as functions of time for 0 < t < . S L = 5H R = 10 R = 5 = 12V ε 1 2 Ι Ι 2 1 tsl285 – p.2/8
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RL Circuit: Application (5) Each RL circuit contains a 2A fuse. The switches are closed at t = 0 . In what sequence are the fuses blown? S 1H 1H 2A 1 1 6V S 1 1 2A 1H 1H 6V S 2A 1 1 1H 1H S 1 1 1H 1H 2A 6V 6V (1) (2) (3) (4) tsl282 – p.3/8
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RL Circuit: Application (6) In the RL circuit shown the switch has been at position a for a long time and is thrown to position b at time t = 0 . At that instant the current has the value
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