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UM C# : UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
EEN 201 —- ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT THEORY Test No. 5 Attempt all problems. Show all work. The use of books or notes is not allowed
Total: 100 points. 1. Reduce the circuit below to a single capacitor, CT, and a single inductor, LT, and specify
their values. (20 points) 11/11/2009 MSS 2. The time-varying voltage, V(t), across capacitor C = 2 HF, is Show. Determine and carefully
plot as functions of time: a. The charge stored in the capacitor
b. The current through the capacitor
c. The power supplied to the capacitor ‘ d. The energy stored in the capacitor (30 points) \ (Jr) we;
U79) ! C 2: 2 H F
U“ (Jr)J Vo Hr.
I 3. For the network shown below determine the voltage V0 and express it both as a phasor and as
a time—domain function using
a. Source superposition
b.. Thevenin’s theorem (50 points) b.) ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/26/2010 for the course EEN 201 taught by Professor Lang during the Spring '09 term at Miami University.
- Spring '09