c08_hw5 - 4. P3.6 5. P3.8 A capacitor connected to a...

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ECE 2011 C2008 HW Set 5 Due in class Tuesday, February 19, 2008. NOTE: ALL home work must include the following or it will not be accepted. NAME ECE MAILBOX NUMBER CLEARLY MARKED ANSWERS (BOX or UNDERLINE) MUST BE NEAT (no jagged edges)! UNITS (Amps, Volts, etc.). ALSO, many of these problems have been selected in the past, so solutions are available. BE SURE that you work out these problems on your own, so you will be prepared for the exams. Text: Hambley, Electrical Engineering Principles and Applications (4 th ed.) , Pearson, 2008. Section 3.1: Capacitance (pgs. 147-148) 1. P3.2 2. P3.3 3. P3.5
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Unformatted text preview: 4. P3.6 5. P3.8 A capacitor connected to a sinusoidal source. 6. P3.9 7. P3.11 8. P3.21 With “super caps” having very large capacitances (>10 F), this might be possible. Section 3.2: Capacitance in Series and Parallel (pgs. 148-149) 9. P3.24 10. P3.28 11. P3.29 A challenging problem, so break it down one step at a time. Section 3.3: Physical Characteristics of Capacitors (pgs. 150-151) 12. P3.31 13. P3.32 14. P3.34 Section 3.4: Inductance (pgs. 151-153) 15. P3.41 16. P3.43 17. P3.45 18. P3.46 19. P3.48 20. P3.51 Section 3.5: Inductance in Series and Parallel (pg. 153) 21. P3.62 22. P3.64...
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