HW1_Solutiuon - EE101A/Winter 2010 Prof Simon Wong Solution...

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1 EE101A/Winter 2010 Prof. Simon Wong Solution to Homework #1 (Total = 35 points) Problem 1: 10 points It is given that the current density J max = I / A. A is the cross-sectional area and A = W * H. So I = J max * W * H. We need to derive the equation for power, P. P = V * I, and V = I * R. From Page 6 in Handout 2, we have the equation R = WH L
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