10 - average power delivered to the circuit (h) nd the...

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ECTE172 Introduction to Circuits and Devices Spring 2007 Tutorial 4 ( ) shows the chapter and problem number from the textbook Boylestad, 11th Edition 1. (15.25) Find the total admittance of the circuits in Fig. 15.142. Identify the values of conductance and susceptance, and draw the admittance diagram. 2. (15.31) For the circuit of Fig.15.147 (a) find the total admittance in polar form (b) draw the admittance and impedance diagrams (c) find the value of C in microfarads and L in henries (d) find the voltage E and currents I R , I L and I C (e) draw the phasor diagram of the currents I R , I L and E . (f) verify Kirchhoff’s current law (g) find the
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Unformatted text preview: average power delivered to the circuit (h) nd the power factor indicating whether it is leading or lagging (i) nd the sinusoidal expressions for the currents and voltage (j) plot the waveform on the same set of axes. 3. (15.34) Calculate the currents I 1 , I 2 in Fig. 15.150 in phasor form using the current divider rule. 4. (16.4) For the network of Fig. 16.43 (a) nd the current I (b) nd the voltage V C (c) nd the average power delivered to the network. 1 SP:October 5, 2007 ECTE172 Introduction to Circuits and Devices Spring 2007 15.142 15.147 15.150 16.43 2 SP:October 5, 2007...
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