# HW1 - node B and D 3[Norton and Thevenin Equivalent...

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MAE 307 Applied Electronics HW#1 (Issue Date: Feb 17, 2010 / Due Date: Feb 24, 2010) 1. [Node Voltage Method & Mesh Current Method] Consider the circuit below (a) Set node (g) as the reference voltage. Use node voltage method to solve the voltages at the nodes a ~ f and the current through the resistances 12 (between node a and c) and 9 (between node e and g). (b) Set node (g) as the reference voltage. Use mesh current method to solve the voltages at the nodes a ~ f and the current through the resistances 8 (between node d and e) and 13 (between node d and g). 2. [Linear Superposition] Consider the following circuit. Resistors (1ohm) are connected to each other to form a tetrahedron. An ideal voltage source (1V) is connected between node B and D while an ideal current source (1A) is connected between node A and D. Use the principle of superposition for this linear circuit in order to find the voltages at node A and B, and the current between the

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Unformatted text preview: node B and D. 3. [Norton and Thevenin Equivalent Circuits] Consider the circuit below. (a) Find the Thevenin equivalent for the circuit. (b) Find the Norton equivalent for the circuit. (c) Find the load resistance between A and B so that the power consumption by the load is maximized. 4. [Resistor, Capacitor, and Inductor] Find the energy stored in each capacitor and inductor under steady-state conditions for the following two circuits: (a) (b) 5. [Phasor Solution of Circuits] Use the phasor solution method to solve for the voltage at node B, D, E, and F. 6. [Phasor Solution of Circuits] Consider the following circuit: (a) Determine X4 in terms of the circuit elements V S , R 1 , R 2 , L 3 , and C 3 when V ab =0. (b) If C3=19F, L3=0.01 H, R1=10 , R2=5 , Vs (t)=10sin(100t), and Vab=0, what is the impedance of the unknown circuit element (jX4)? Is it a capacitor, an inductor, or combination of both?...
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HW1 - node B and D 3[Norton and Thevenin Equivalent...

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