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HW4_BME153_S09

# HW4_BME153_S09 - evenin Equivalent Circuit as seen by R 4...

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BME 153L - Spring 2009 Homework 4: Circuit Solution Techniques II Introduction The problems for this week focus on circuit solution methods - specifically superposition and equivalent cir- cuits. There are also applications - specifically Wheatstone bridges and maximum power transfer conditions. Assignment Remember, each Part needs to be turned in separately, so when you turn in this particular assignment you should have four things to turn in, each stapled and with your name and NET ID clearly identified on at least the first page and at best each page. Part I: It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superposition! (and a Wheatstone bridge) (a) Chapter 3, Problem 43. (b) Chapter 3, Problem 59. Part II: Th´ evenin Equivalent Circuits. (a) Chapter 3, Problem 51. (b) Chapter 3, Problem 56. (c) Based on Chapter 3, Problem 27 - instead of working the problem as asked, find the Th´
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Unformatted text preview: evenin Equivalent Circuit as seen by R 4 . That is, the Th´ evenin Equivalent Circuit as seen across the terminals a and b in the circuit below: v R 1 R 3 R 2 v x g m v x a b Part III: Ninja Norton Equivalent Circuits. (a) Chapter 3, Problem 53. (b) Chapter 3, Problem 54. (c) Based on Chapter 3, Problem 31 - instead of working the problem as asked, Fnd the Norton Equiv-alent Circuit as seen by the bottom right 4 Ω resistor. That is, the Norton Equivalent Circuit as seen across the terminals a and b in the circuit below: R 1 R 3 R 2 v bv a b R 4 v 1 Part IV: Real Ultimate Power! (a) Chapter 3, Problem 73. (b) Chapter 3, Problem 75. Pick a sensible domain for the R values and be sure to label and title your plot. You should also include your code. Copyright 2009, Gustafson Hwk 4 – 1...
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• Spring '07
• MALKIN
• Jaguar Racing, Electrical network, Electrical impedance, Thévenin's theorem, Norton's theorem, Circuit theorems

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