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ECE2010_HW2 - ECE201 1 HOMEWORK 2 A09 Name 54m“ ECE Box...

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Unformatted text preview: ECE201 1 HOMEWORK # 2 A09 Name : 54m“ ECE Box Number: This assignment is due Friday, September 11, bring to class. Problem 1 Solve the following problems by applying nodal analysis, with reference to the ground node shown, to find the system of equations that if solved would result in finding the nodal voltages. To make the grading easier, please enter your final answers on the lines that have been provided. The nodal voltages have been given names to make the grading easier, so please use these names. Again, to assist the grading process, please leave the nodal equations in their most immediate form, that is, just as you would write them from scanning the circuit, with no attempts at simplification, grouping or other algebraic manipulation. The order in which you list the nodal equations below does not matter, what matters is that you have N nodal equations if there are N unknown voltages! (03 ’U’ §SL rutL )1), ””3 Problem 2 Each of the following circuits were solved using Nodal analysis. The resulting node voltages are given with each circuit. But the real need was to find the indicated currents. Using the nodal voltages, find the numerical values of each of the indicated current variables. Problem 3 Using your choice of Maple, Matlab, Octave, Maxima, Matcad, or any other software tool to solve a system of linear equations, find the nodal voltage solutions to the circuits in Problems 1a through 1c. (You can check your answers by seeing if the currents that these would imply obey KCL). Solutions to problem 1a: 520/30: \/ —— 15967 \/ 430/13 l/ __ -(,.ICL| V ~66/12v =, -5077 \/ U] : ’02 : ’03: Solutions to problem 1b: ”1 : to V 1 to V ‘3/2. V ‘3: ‘QO‘S‘V 1/72 : Solutions to problem lc: rev Si/ s71“; V == 52,143 \/ l l 1/1 Ug l J U 3 ...
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