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EE 220 Chapter 8 Examples

EE 220 Chapter 8 Examples - EE-ZZO CIRCUITS-I Chagter 8...

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Unformatted text preview: EE-ZZO CIRCUITS-I Chagter # 8- Examples P 8.3-“? A security alarm for an eifice building door is mod- 5 '1 7 We circuit of Figure P 83—10. The switch represents the . door interlock, and v is the alarm indicator voltage. Find vii) I l E l_. for t > 0 for the circuit of Figure P 83-10. The switch has been .. ' ‘ closed for a king time at t: 0‘. «moi mefiwm “megm-.. . _ _ _ .d PEA-2 The circuit shaminFigureP 8.4-2 is at steady state . t . _ , , , .t . , ‘5 before the switch closes at time t = O. The switch remains closed l ‘ . for 1.5 s and then opens. Determine the inductor current, 1'6), for _ 7 . _ __ 7 ._ __ _ _ _ 1T ' t> 0. . 2+e‘0'5'A fur0<t<1.55 .J ; Annular.- v(t)- ,—.. 3 — 0535"“0'5570‘1'5) A for 1.5 s < t _ FIGURE P 3.4—2 E F I .. . . . _ , ‘ _ . , 1"? ‘ .7 i _-—— "JA-tfimi” »—.-«---QM£J——~ -~-—7-—J~I$——~_w~—m—-—-~--—-———-—-———r--—~~--——~——-—-—— 1 E I ! <3 1 P 8.5-3 The circuit in Figure P ‘85-3 contains a current- 7- , A- - - , -- ---- controlled current source. What restriction must be placed on the gain, B, ofthis dependent source in orderto guarantee sta- _7 ____ , , ‘ .._ . .,,.. bility? P B. 6- 3 The input to the circuit shown in Figure P 8. 6-3 is the voltage of the voltage source v (t). The output 15 the current across the inductor i .,.(I) Determine the output of this circuit when the input 15 1: 5(0— — ——7 +13 11(th m .5 PE Hj:- 7 +13 eLLth %€W‘L o it: till) L9: LL): :LV u s; JwaudgéL—tw 54L 7 _,____1e:@“fi‘£vst ' ' Dalmatia-Jew nWflWMT_gfi§ ________ f Wt.) A+gfwt 5%jc>z gnaw Mewgcmem A 3Wfl " fiflaafiflbrww: ; H " ‘ MAMMW if %$+€Aafly—W€:CJ§+7E¢2CE > 5 Mai .L >3” . ! 1 _l-J W_.___, uh ME “——._____.._ _..___ Lam—b Lm‘flefifieM“ MLDEM_%MIWIE_bfi-{lyimz_ey 399M :- ad __5 a g__ n l — __W gaff! w m z I: Z ‘_ ‘" ".3“ W“ ‘ “ ________ Hun—~— Eff - — —L~—-~E§x——-—fi—@fi%—i§» “ _ Mm-“ ______T____ ,H-E‘; —-—~m “mum ”__men ”a __W % 13$,me l: H ' "— IL? A“ “—“jevrfliswéfiwn— jgil —%———~ —a~ 4-54—— — __k _m 5._ _ ________+____ i5‘ i _h __H__fi - ' 83+. ' ‘ _ .fi..___u,,__ H'—“l""‘l2”" QHév—‘E-Mw—m— fit acuviyp 5 — W” “h“ --~—_. u~ —-— 5‘ P 3.7-4 Find 12:09 for t>0 for the circuit shown in Figure ; j I. P 8.7-4 when 1'5 = [2 cos 21] HQ) EDA. ‘ —,55 10m _u _ _— ‘~—L—— “f 5m vc‘: 11%an _ _ _ _W __ -_ _:_-:_.1tj . w - 2 ..-.—. mart High ME "I“ j ' 4qhbvgf—uq1igwgm 2+4=Q7éfwi 2.3-— 47/ _ :7) —-——-«-—' ‘ ——.—...._. '- — -2 g/ESWHZ'E-I+i.2C-let TZEfilec—J—ZCEMP—L “—“m"m 2 _. 23f: .. WAKE—yaw :. «.__ . 20w: _. W @ F 8.9—1 Figure P 8.9-1 shows the transient response of a first order circuit. This transient response was obtained usingr the ‘ computer program PSpice. A point on this transient response .has been labeled. The label indicates a time and the capacitor voltage at that time. Placing the circuit diagram on the plot sug- gests that the plot corresponds to the circuit Verify that the plot , _, , . _ does indeed represent the voltage of the capacitorinthis circuit. ' ' " A ‘ * ___ “WM-”W" ‘ M "" " " ' __. ' 8.0 V 2kfl - + E V 0.5 ,LLF unit) new) =_8 volts 7.0V 6.0 'v' 5.0 V (1.3333m, 4.5398) 05 1.0ms 2.0ms 3.0ms 4.0ms 5.0ms '- Time 17161112331389] Elmo-mail Jmfikfifififln i5 m 22% mwfitwhajjfihifim W him 7964M 8V. +0 1H1. WEE": Meters—37”,. with its. Usi; 93:90ij Samfl th't” ‘B‘Ifi WW VH7) "if"; S3338-— __..,, _ i Smog Mathias? Valnw “W Value ohm )3!me ------ i £5 Tic; Pififw )1- Cmfred -‘ ‘ —r+ . . g‘ft :‘. 414 H' i DP 8-1 Design the circuit in Figure DP 8-1 50 that v(t) makes the transition from v(t)=6V to 12(1): 10V in 10ms after the i switch is closed. Assume that the circuit is at steady state he- ! fore the switch is closed, Also assume that the transition Will be 1 complete after 5 time constants. i I i | I W__ W.-__-__;2 ____- ___33_..___ 7:. 764FMB_NW%M Metals J:__. W 1,... _.... _... _.... ...,. rf‘g‘s‘rssgftgf—TT — in u; i ' ” The witch in the circuit in Fig. P7.15 has been in _ ' __ position 1 for along time. A1: = 0, the switch moves f? { instantaneously to position 2. Find 000‘) for r a 0+. 20f] .: TEPE WWW._%___-i2_4:s.l-i.2_o_ ______ .._- -_u_".__ uwm______ r__%V._._'_%__.____—_a.éf_vr_2,_w____fi ...
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