Exp1-ProportionalitySuperposition.pdf

# Exp1-ProportionalitySuperposition.pdf

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Proportionality and Superposition By: By: By: John Getty Laboratory Director Engineering Dept. University of Denver Denver, CO Purpose: Purpose: Purpose: Purpose: Verify the Proportionality and Superposition theorems. Equipment Required: Equipment Required: Equipment Required: Equipment Required: 1 - HP 34401A Digital Multimeter 1 - HP E3631A Power Supply 1 - Protoboard 1 - 4.7 k 1/4W Resistor 4 - 10 k 1/4W Resistors 1 - 27 k 1/4W Resistor Prelab: Prelab: Read sects. 3-1 and 3-2 in the text. * In this exercise proportionality and superposition are examined by applying them to circuits built in the lab. 1. Proportionality For the circuit of Fig. 1, compute the proportionality constant K that relates the input voltage to the output voltage, (V out = KV in ). Use a CCA program to generate a plot of the response (V out ) of this circuit for a V in sweep from 0 to 15 V. Tape the printed CCA results into your journal.

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2. Superposition Use superposition to analyze the circuit of Fig. 2.
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• Winter '19
• Superposition theorem, The Circuit, Electrical network, Engineering Dept

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