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ENGR 210 HW10_f08

# ENGR 210 HW10_f08 - Find v o(t 1.0 ms after switch 1 moves...

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ENGR 210 Fall 2008 Homework #10 Due November 5, 2008 Problem 1 RL with a dependent source The switch in the circuit shown below has been open for a long time before closing at t=0. Find i o (t) for t 0.

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Problem 2 Basic Sequentially Switched Capacitor There is no energy stored in the capacitor shown below when switch 1 closes at t=0. Three microseconds later, switch 2 closes. Find v o (t) for t 0.
Problem 3 Sequentially Switched RL Circuit The action of the two switches in the circuit shown below is as follows. time switch 1 switch 2 t<0 position a open t=0 moves to position b open t=250 µ seconds stays in position b closes t=650 µ seconds stays in position b opens

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Unformatted text preview: Find v o (t) 1.0 ms after switch 1 moves to position b. Problem 4 Pulse applied to RL network. The current source in (ii) generates the current waveform shown in (i), There is no energy stored in the inductor. (a) Determine v o (t) for t<0, 0<t<50 µ seconds, and 50 µ seconds<t< ∞ . (b) Plot v o (t) versus t. (c) Plot i o (t) versus t. (i) (ii) Problem 5 RL Circuit, unbounded output The inductor current in the circuit shown below is 25mA at the instant the switch is opened. The inductor will malfunction whenever the magnitude of the inductor current equals or exceeds 12 Amperes. How long after the switch is opened does the inductor malfunction?...
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