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EK307HW3Fa09 - Electric Circuit Theory — Homework#3 Fall...

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Unformatted text preview: Electric Circuit Theory — Homework #3 - Fall 2009 Problem 1)” a) For the circuit shown below, use superposition to find the currents throughflR, and R 2 b) Now find the Thévenin equivalent seen at the terminals marked A and B. Problem 2) For the circuit shown below, use superposition to find the voltage measured between 722. ll) terminals a and a’ Problem 3) The circuit element to the right of the diagram is called a diode. Its current voltage equation is z' = [Se V/VT — 1. This equation clearly is not of the form y = mx, hence the diode is not a linear element. Find the Thévenin equivalent of the rest of the circuit that is connected to the diode, then redraw this circuit with the diode in place. (a) LL 3 Kg * 0 BL: ...
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