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# HW9solutions - v ( t ) we get then finally P10.10-5 First,...

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ECE35 Win’09 HW 9 Solutions Ch 10: 10.9-1, 10.9-15, 10.9-16, 10.10-5, 10.10-9, 10.12-2 Ch 11: 11.3-1, 11.3-2, 11.5-4, 11.8-1, 11.9-3, 11.10-4 P10.9-1 Draw frequency domain circuit and write node equations: Solve using Cramers rule: P10.9-15 Represent the circuit in the frequency domain using phasors and impedances. Apply KVL to the center mesh to get so P10.9-16 Represent the circuit in the frequency domain using phasors and impedances. Apply KCL at the top node of R and L to get Using the given equation for

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Unformatted text preview: v ( t ) we get then finally P10.10-5 First, determine : The mesh equations are Using Cramers rule: Then Next, determine : The Thevenin impedance is The Thevenin equivalent is P10.10-9 P10.12-2 Node equations: Solving: P11.3-1 P11.3-2 Current division: P11.5-4 Represent the circuit in the frequency domain and label the node voltages: The node equations are: Using MATLAB: then Now the complex power can be calculated as Finally P11.8-1 P11.9-3 Mesh equations: Solving yields Finally P11.10-4...
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