Electric Circuits 8th Edition 74

Electric Circuits 8th Edition 74 - -20-160-10 80 10 80 20...

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Seclions 2.2-2.3 2,10 The teminal voltage and terminal current were measured on the device shown in Fig. P2.10(a).The values of ? and i are given in the table of Fig. P2.10(b). Use tlle values in the table to con- struct a circuit model for the device consisting of a single rcsistor. Figure P?.10 50 Circuit Etenenb --E ---__l /A lDevie I ( ),, lrl Y -f-l G) Flgurc P2.12 A pair of automotive headlamps is connected to a l2 V barrer) via tbe arfangements shown in Fig. P2.13. In the figure, the tdangular symbol V is used to hdicate that the terminal is coturected directly to the metal ftame of the car- a) Construct a circuit model using resisto$ and an independent voltage source. b) Identify the corespondence between the ideal circuit element and the s]'mbol component that it rcpresents. tigurc P2.r3 <!: -- ? --E t (mA) ?,(v)
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Unformatted text preview: -20-160-10 80 10 80 20 160 30 u0 (b) 2.13 2.tl A variety of voltage source values were applied to the device shown in Fig. P2.11(a). The power absorbed by the device for each value of voltage is recorded in the table given ill Fig. P2.11(b).Use the values in the table to construct a circuit model for ttre device consisting of a single resistor. Flgure P2.11 ! (v) ' (mwl 10 25.0 6.25 6.Zs t0 25.0 15 56.25 20 100 (b) A variety of curent source values were applied to tlle device shown in Fig. P2.12(a). The power absorbed by tle device for each value of curent is recorded in the table given in Fig. P2.12(b). Use t})e values in the table to construct a circuit model for the device consisting of a single resistor. r (A) p 0v) z 100 400 900 8 1600 10 2500 12 3600 (b) 2.12...
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