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Virtual Lab 2
(due Wed, 18Nov09, at the beginning of lecture)
Objectives
In this PSpice lab, you will learn how to:
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calculate a Thevenin voltage and resistance;
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how to run independent source sweeps and plot the results;
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how to run a parametric sweep and plot the results; and
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how to create and use an ideal opamp.
You should have already analyzed each circuit as a problem from Project 2 or Project 3.
Where possible, use your project results to check that the PSpice results are correct.
Required Output
For each problem:
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For single runs, a schematic print out with node voltages and currents (from the
analysis) labeled.
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For sweeps, a graph of each sweep variable vs. the voltages or currents indicated
below.
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For all runs, the analysis output ±le (.out text ±le) for each problem.
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Comparison of PSpice results with corresponding problem from Project 2 or 3.
V5.
Consider the following circuit (from problem P3 in Project 2):
Find the Thevenin equivalent as seen at terminals ab.
(a)
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course ENGINEERIN 242 211 taught by Professor Tessier during the Spring '10 term at UMass (Amherst).
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