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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 10-1 Circuit Theory 2 Chapter 10 Sinusoidal Steady-state Analysis U H skwon@snu.ac.kr * : h * & , Pr ofessor Roger H owe (UCB) 11/12/09 Objectives Sinusoidal st eady stat e analysis of linear cir- cuits Frequency domain analysis of linear circuits Linear cir- cuits? Sinus- oids? 11/12/09 Sinusoidal Function Review Angular frequency (rad/s) ) ( 1 , 2 : : : ) cos( ) ( Hz T f f V t V t v m m = = + = Peak value, Phase angle (degrees or rads) Angular frequency (rad/s) ) ( 1 , 2 : : : ) cos( ) ( Hz T f f V t V t v m m = = + = Peak value, Phase angle (degrees or rads) 11/12/09 Why are Sinusoids Important? Any per iodic signal v(t) can be expressed as a sum of sinusoidal signals by a Four ier ser ies expansion The response of a linear circuits t o a sinusoid- al input, as a function of its frequency, w, leads t o insights int o the behavior of the circuits Linear cir- cuits? 11/12/09 Linear Circuits Theorem: solutions for voltages and cur rents in a linear circuit (i.e. one consisting of R, L, C, and dependents sources) with a...
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lecture 1 - Chapter 10-1 Circuit Theory 2 Chapter 10...

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