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C2-Problems ee348

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Problems Perspective (Preceding Chapter 2) 2.1 The circuit of Fig. P2.1 has a non-linear device for which i = v . Determine v by graphical analysis. + + 12 6 3 2 + v i Figure P2.1 2.2 Repeat Problem 2.1, but let i = 2 v and reduce the 2-A source to 1 A. 2.3 The circuit of Fig. P2.3 has a non-linear device for which i = 2 v 3 / 2 (with i in mA). Determine v by graphical analysis. x + + + 12 v (mA) + v i x v 1 k Ω 2 k Ω 2 Figure P2.3 2.4 Repeat Problem 2.3 but let v x appear across the 2-kΩ resistor (with positive node to the left). 2.5 A 10-V source with Thevenin resistance R t con- nects to a non-linear device for which i = 2( v - 1) 2 (with i in mA) subject to v 1 V. The device has zero current otherwise. Use a graphical procedure to determine R t such that i = 4 mA. 2.6 A current source I n with 1-kΩ Norton resistance connects to a non-linear device for which i = v - 2 (with i in mA) subject to v 2 V. The device has zero current otherwise. Use a graphical procedure to determine I n such that i = 8 mA. 2.7 The circuit of Fig. P2.7 has a non-linear resistor for which v = ikR i 0 iR/k i < 0 . In this expression, k is a dimensionless constant that is subject to 0 k 1. The old-fashioned electro- mechanical ammeter measures time-averaged current < i > = 1 T Z t 0 i ( t ) dt , where T = 2 π/ω is the period of the ac signal. (a) Determine < i > when k = 1 (the limiting case for a linear resistor). (b) Determine < i > when k = 0 (the limiting case for an ideal diode). (c) Use graphical analysis to explain qualitatively the variation in < i > as k is varied between 0 and 1 (the “diode” becomes less and less ideal). (d) Determine k such that < i > = ˜ v/ 10 R . Note: The disparity of the results for parts a and b reflects diode function as a detector of ac amplitude. This is an important application (particularly for the early days of radio). + + v i R v sin ω t ammeter k Figure P2.7 c 2010 Edward W. Maby All Rights Reserved

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Section 2.1 2.8 In the study of chemistry, one learns that the number of molecules in one mole of any substance is given by Avagadro’s number (6 . 02 × 10 23 ). (a) Look up the density of gold. Then estimate the free electron concentration in gold, assuming one free electron per atom. (b) The conductivity of gold is 4 . 1 × 10 5 (Ω-cm) - 1 . Estimate the electron mobility in gold. 2.9 The resistivity of copper is 1 . 7 × 10 - 6 Ω-cm. Determine the resistance of 100 feet of AWG #22 copper wire with 0.645-mm diameter. 2.10 In the design of a particular integrated circuit, the aluminum interconnect lines are constrained to have 1- μ m thickness. Any line is subject to certain failure (by becoming an open circuit) if it regularly carries a current density that exceeds 5 × 10 5 A / cm 2 . Careful simulations indicate that currents as high as 15 mA can be expected throughout the circuit. (a) Determine the minimum acceptable line width.
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