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ENGR 210 HW6_f08

# ENGR 210 HW6_f08 - o connected between terminals a and b(c...

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ENGR 210 Fall 2008 Homework #6 Due October 8, 2008 Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits Problem 1 (a) Remove the 50 Ω resistor and determine the Thevenin equivalent circuit with respect to the terminals a,b (i.e., across the 50 Ω resistor) for the circuit shown above. HINT: determine the short circuit current and the open circuit voltage. (b) Now replace the 50 Ω resistor. What is the current i φ through the 50 Ω resistor? (b) An ammeter is placed in series with the 50 Ω resistor. The meter reads 10A. What is the series resistance of the ammeter? a b

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Maximum Power Transfer Problem 2 (a) Determine the Thevenin equivalent of the above circuit. (b) What is the maximum possible power which can be delivered to a resistance R

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Unformatted text preview: o connected between terminals a and b? (c) What is the value of R o at which this maximum power occurs? Basic Operational Amplifiers Problem 3 (a) Suppose R 1 =0, what is the output voltage V o ? (b) Suppose R 1 =10 Ω as shown, what is the output voltage Vo? Problem 4 (a) What op amp configuration is this? (b) What is Vo? (c) What is i x ? (d) What is i o ? V o i o Problem 5 Given that: R a =4k Ω R b =5k Ω R c =20k Ω v a =200mV v b =150mV v c =400mV V cc =±6 volts. What is the range of R f for which the op-amp is operating in its linear (non-saturated region)?...
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