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# Exam_2_solution_F08 - ECE 345 Fall 2008 Exam II 100 Points...

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Unformatted text preview: ECE 345 Fall 2008 Exam II 100 Points 50 Minutes Problem Pages 51 Value Score 1 1 10 2 2 20 3 3-4 25 4 5 20 5 6 25 TOTAL Instructions: 1. PRINT name and PID number below. 2. Closed book / Closed notes 3. No programmable or graphing calculators allowed; only simple scientiﬁc calculators permitted. 4. Work only in the spaces provided; show all work. 5. Keep your eyes on your own work. Any and all cheating will be dealt with to the full extent of University policy. 6. Turn off and stow any cell phones, PDA‘s, etc. PRINT NAME: ma 2:} “’3?” Egg; PD): 2; ii; § § 3 l 1. (10) Find Vent in the Giggth below. 2. (20) Determine the matrix of mesh equations, in the form [R] [I]=[V], for the circuit shown below. 5 f.) gxﬁai We»; 5 f Wmmmwmmww 5;; E % {:3 i ii; g: WWWWWE w} 4 5w £3? W é: {fa 3 .2; E g mammwmnmamwmweg E g H & ﬁj‘ “fa {Eff {15; {do} if"?! \$5 mew?“ K A. (10) Find the Norton equivalent current (IN) between nodes A and B using the superposition method. f b) E Swan Problem 3 continued. B. (5) Find the Norton equivalent resistance (RN). Em ﬁg} “ [ﬁn D. (5) Find the Thevenin equivalent voltage (V TH) and the Thevenin equivalent resistance (Rm). 4. (20) Detennine whether or not the diode below is conducting. justify your answer. 5. (25) Find node voltages V1 and V2 in the circuit below using the node voltage method and Cramer’s Rule. of: Ch 5. Continued. oggj'li“ '* W; g i @Wxiwmlﬁum’mymem , ‘ Ex .I w.» 3 IMW E j w’ arm: I r’ ‘ a ’ ~ , WWW s g“; E a f” M £1“ {E W WWWM»?! W . “wwwwwrﬁmmﬂmmwma haw \] ...
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• Fall '09
• Shanblatt
• Electrical network, Thévenin's theorem, Norton's theorem, Node Voltage Method, Thévenin equivalent voltage

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