EE202_3_F2008

# EE202_3_F2008 - Review EE202 Fall 2008 1 Review EE202 Fall...

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Representations Independent Voltage Source Independent Current Source Dependent Voltage Source Dependent Current Source EE202 Fall 2008 4
Independent Sources The voltage V ab = 5V gardless of the load The current I=5A is regardless of the load i.e., the voltage is independent of what happens inside the independent of what happens in the circuit. (I=5A is fixed, voltage an be anything) appe s s de t e circuit (Current can be anything, voltage fixed) can be anything) EE202 Fall 2008 5

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Examples EE202 Fall 2008 7

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Resistive Circuits implest element in Circuits All conductors exhibit Simplest element in Circuits. All conductors exhibit properties that are characteristic of resistors Voltage is linearly proportional to current: V = RI hms Law This is called an element law (element is the resistor) Ohms Law EE202 Fall 2008 8
Ohms Law Linear element – Voltage is directly proportional to I R 2 > R 1 > R 3 EE202 Fall 2008 9

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## This note was uploaded on 10/31/2010 for the course EE 423 taught by Professor Mitin during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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