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Applications of the OP-AMP By Sandra Haidar Christophe Hoyek Presented to Mr. Nassif DAOUD A worksheet for the Circuit Lab ELEN 303 Faculty of Engineering University of Balamand 22-3-2016
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I - Prelab: 1- To get R TH , we short circuit all the voltages sources and then we calculate the equivalent resistance (((2R//2R + R) // 2R) + R) // 2R = R = R TH To get V TH , we use the superposition method: short circuit each 2 voltages sources, keep the third one. Using voltage divider method we calculate V 0 Short V 2 and V 3 , Leave V 1 : V TH1 = V 0 =2R*V 1 / (2R+2R) =V1/2 Short V 1 and V 3 , Leave V 2 : V TH2 =V 0 = 2R*V 2 / (2(2R+2R)) =V
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