253-2-AC-steady-state

253-2-AC-steady-state - AC Circuits: Steady-State Analysis...

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EECE 253: AC Steady-State Slide 2.1 AC Circuits: Steady-State Analysis • Introduction (Chap 10.1) • Nodal Analysis (Chap 10.2) • Mesh Analysis (Chap 10.3) • Superposition Theorem (Chap 10.4) • Source Transformations (Chap 10.5) • Thevenin & Norton Equivalent Circuits (Chap 10.6) • Op amp Circuits (Chap 10.7) • Applications (Chap 10.9)
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EECE 253: AC Steady-State Slide 2.2 AC Analysis Algorithm 1. Represent all voltages and currents by known and unknown phasors. Represent all passive elements by their impedance or admittance. 2. Solve for unknown phasors in the frequency ( ω ) domain using standard techniques. 3. Transform desired phasors back to the time domain. Time to Freq Solve variables in Freq Freq to Time
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EECE 253: AC Steady-State Slide 2.3 Nodal Analysis Steps to determine the node voltage phasors: 1. Select a node as the reference node. 2. Assign voltages V 1, V 2,…, V n-1 (phasors) to the remaining nodes. 3. Apply KCL to each of the non-reference nodes.
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This note was uploaded on 07/20/2009 for the course PHYS physics 10 taught by Professor Goatman during the Spring '08 term at UBC.

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