ECE 1574 Project 2.pdf

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ECE1574 – Problem Solving for Engineers With C++ Project Assignment 100 Points A classic application of simultaneous equations is the solution of resistive electrical circuits. Applicable theory: Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law, Kirchhoff’s Current Law Using Example 16.3 in Holtzapple’s Foundations of Engineering, 2 nd Ed. textbook*, 1. Verify the solution of the equations that are shown in “standard form” in the textbook example using one of your simultaneous equations solution algorithms (Cramer’s rule or Gauss Elimination, for example). You will solve for i1, i2, and i3. 2. Write a program, incorporating your simultaneous equation solving engine, to solve a circuit analysis problem of this form. 3. Note that the simultaneous equations use resistance values as coefficients and voltage sources as constants. Create a user interface where the user inputs resistance values and voltage sources. Make sure it is clear to the user how to identify the resistors and voltages to input. For example, you might prompt them to enter “left leg,” “center leg,” and “right leg” values.
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• Spring '08
• Volt, Resistor, Elementary algebra, Electrical resistance, Voltage source, Foundations Of Engineering

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