ENEE 204 Fall 2009 HW 1

ENEE 204 Fall 2009 HW 1 - ENEE 204 Fall 2009 HW 1 Due in...

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HW 1 Due in class: September 10, 2009 Reading : Mayergoyz and Lawson, Sections 1.1-1.8 Turn In: Problem set 1-6, presented below: 1. Understanding Units There are only four fundamental quantities (mass(M), length(L), time(T), and current(I)) upon which other quantities can be expressed. The SI units for these quantities are, kilogram (kg), meter (m), seconds (s), and Amperes (A), respectively. Based on these, fill in the blanks in the following table. Use this print-out, and turn it in with your assignment. Quantity Representativ e Formula Dimensional Analysis Fundamental Units SI Unit Mass Fundamental M Kg kg Length Fundamental L M m Time Fundamental T S s Current Fundamental I A A Velocity dxdt LT ms ms Acceleration ms2 Force md2xdt2 * kg ms2 N Energy . F dx J Power VI * kg m2s3 Watt Voltage * * kg m2A s3 Volt Voltm Coulomb Ohm Capacitance idVdt Farad Inductance Henry Magnetic Flux Weber Magnetic Flux Density Tesla 2. Understanding definition of current. M&L problem 1.6
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2009 for the course ENEE ENEE204 taught by Professor Gomez during the Spring '09 term at Maryland.

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ENEE 204 Fall 2009 HW 1 - ENEE 204 Fall 2009 HW 1 Due in...

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