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# 240_homework_4 - L in the figure below for maximum power...

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ECE 240 – Electrical Engineering Fundamentals Homework #4 1. Use superposition to find the output voltage, V 0 , in the circuit below. 2. Determine V 0 in the circuit shown below using superposition. 3. Determine I 0 in the circuit shown below using superposition. 4. Use Thevenin's theorem to find the voltage, V o , in the circuit below.

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5. Use Thevenin's theorem to find the voltage, V o , in the circuit below. 6. Find I 0 in the circuit below, using Norton's theorem. 7. Use Thevenin's theorem to find the voltage across the 8 load in the circuit below. 8. Use Thevenin's theorem to compute the current in R L in the circuit below. 9. Use Thevenin's theorem to find V o in the circuit shown below.
10. Find I 0 in the circuit below using source transformations. 11. Determine I 0 in the circuit below using source transformations. 12. Determine the value of R L in the figure below for maximum power transfer. 13. Determine the value of R

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Unformatted text preview: L in the figure below for maximum power transfer. Before attempting problems 14 15 read and perform the examples in PSPICE Tutorial #4. For each problem turn in the schematic with the appropriate values displayed. 14. For the circuit in problem 7: a. Simulate the circuit display the voltage across the 8 resistor. b. Replace the circuit to the left of the 8 resistor with its Thevenin equivalent and simulate the circuit again. Verify that the same voltage appears across the 8 resistor. 15. For the circuit in problem 12: a. Simulate the circuit using the value of R L determined for maximum transfer of power. Display the power delivered to R L . b. Decrease the value of R L by 1 and repeat the simulation. c. Increase the value of R L by 1 and repeat this simulation. d. Do the results of parts a - c confirm the maximum transfer of power theorem?...
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## 240_homework_4 - L in the figure below for maximum power...

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