# Exam_2 - inductor to a sinusoidal voltage source of V s...

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King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals Electrical Engineering Department EE205-02: Electric Circuits II MAJOR II Second Semester 2004-2005 ( 042 ) Instructor: Dr. Chokri Belhadj Ahmed Date Tuesday, May 21, 2005 Time 5:30 to7:00 PM Location Building 06-125 Student Name Student ID Question # 1 /35 Question # 2 /30 Question # 3 /35 TOTAL /100

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Question # 1 For the circuit shown below find a) Derive expression of the transfer function H(s) =V o /V g as function of R, L, C. b) Give the numerical values of each pole and zero and plot each one of them. c) Identify the form of the natural response.
Question # 2 For the circuit shown below find the state matrix equation. Question # 3

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The linear transformer below couples a load of 300 resistor in series with a 0.25 H
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Unformatted text preview: inductor to a sinusoidal voltage source of V s =300 V rms at a frequency of 800 rd/sec. The voltage source has an internal impedance of 180 +j0 Ω . The transformer has the following parameters. (R 1 = 105 Ω , R 2 = 40 Ω , L 1 = 0.5 H, L 2 = 0.120 H, and k= 0.5, a) Construct the frequency domain equivalent circuit. b) Calculate the self impedance of the primary circuit. c) Calculate the self impedance of the secondary circuit d) Calculate the reflected impedance into the primary winding and the scaling factor e) Calculate the Thevenin equivalent with respect to terminals c and d f) Use the Thevenin equivalent to calculate the amount of real power, the load can draw from the source trough the transformer....
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Exam_2 - inductor to a sinusoidal voltage source of V s...

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