EEL 3111C - Test 1A

EEL 3111C - Test 1A - Test‘ttl EEL 3111C Summer 2003 Dr...

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Unformatted text preview: Test‘ttl EEL 3111C Summer 2003 Dr. Srivastava Last Name " First Name Section # Caution: There is a 5 point penalty for writing wrong or incomplete seetion number. Prob. 1 Consider the circuit shown below where all the node voltages are already assigned: 25 1iWrite all the necessary and sufficient equations for nodal analysis. Number each equation to be graded. Unnumhered e uations will not be radecl even if the t are correct. Do not simplifyr any equation and do not solve them. ‘9 :icflf H “(l-3‘ ViFvl V1 +_ VQFVE: VLF—Vq __ {p '— "‘ (a) +*-—' ‘l’ 315‘ 5 "—ll 2" Prob. #2 Consider the circuit shown below where all the mesh currents are alreadyr assigned 25 {a} Write all the necessary and sufficient equations for mesh analysis. Number eaeh equation to be graded. Unnttmbered nations will not he raded even if the are eon'eot, Do not simplify any equation and do not solve them. ‘1. \lfi: 5CI1—1,)-'Q5) _ ' _ s r03) ‘Ix a Izr— IE; 5 (b) Suppose the solution oflhe equations gives [I =2 A. Using K‘UL, KCL and Dhln‘s Law only, find In. 2§TE-\r/nfi*~r 10‘ 1"? 5% F- 5“ C 1 v ‘it } = 1* a 1 "I e- lo Ft “£1 —. ‘1‘ ':=— (3 3C! :5; 2" a ‘3. l 'T ':.~ 'lfi Pl _ '29 5 {:1 Using the results ofparl (b), find the power absorbed by the IU-‘r’ source. P : ‘I E7 Hie: Prob. #3 consider the following circuit providing power to the load RL: 2E} (51) Using on},r method, find the: Thevonin’s voltage V11. seen by the load. R’QW‘JM n I t: 3 A, .1 =- 1A 2: ,r ‘ 20 I; "T a” C11”le)"””‘” (15 1'11): b 301“ 225$ hot-fr 7— ’53-" :2“ f 3) _ _ o 4‘— [ol “‘20 VT,“ 2 \[mb r. 1:? “lilo-4&0 (12. 1933+ 3 \r’ - #1:; "Qa—Pifi-G *J'l" 3C”- 20 'fin '3. V CDNTINU ED ............. __ 16 .(b) Find 'the Thevenin’s resistanee Rfi seen by the lead. Rm: E16. 13 Zu+L{C/)j “Fla 5 _ {:1} Draw the Norton’s equivalent circuit seen by the lead, giving values [If each element. \J “was”? 23‘}?— 5 {d} if the leadie 10 Q. hew mueh'power is transferred to it? You may nee T hevenin’s or Nerte'n‘e equivalent in Lhis calculation. The choice is yeure. ...
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