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Unformatted text preview: ENME 350 Electronics and Instrumentation I Lab Manual _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Page 1 of 54 ENME 350 Electronics and Instrumentation I LABORATORY MANUAL Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Maryland College Park ENME 350 Electronics and Instrumentation I Lab Manual _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Page 2 of 54 P REFACE The laboratory is an integral part of the course. Students must complete the laboratory assignments in order to obtain a passing grade for the course. Students will perform experiments in groups of 2 or 3 as assigned by the lab instructor. All partners are expected to take an active part in preparation for and execution of each experiment. Each student in a group is responsible for a separate and full report on each experiment. Lab partners will be rotated every week. Lab reports are not accepted if the student did not attend the associated lab. ENME 350 Electronics and Instrumentation I Lab Manual _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Page 3 of 54 T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Lab no. Title Page no. Laboratory 1 Time-Varying Signals: Generation and Measurement 4 Laboratory 2 Voltage and Current Measurement and Verification of Basic Circuit Principles 7 Laboratory 3 Thevenin’s Equivalent Circuit, Mesh Analysis, and Maximum Power Transfer 12 Laboratory 4 Introduction to PSpice 16 Laboratory 5 DC Circuit Analysis Using PSpice 28 Laboratory 6 First Order Circuits: RC and RL Transients Using PSpice 32 Laboratory 7 RC Circuits Transient Response 36 Laboratory 8 RLC Circuits: Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis, Phasor Analysis, and Resonace (using PSpice) 39 Laboratory 9 Diodes and Their Applications 42 Laboratory 10 Operational Amplifiers 46 Appendix A Report Writing 49 Appendix B Solderless Breadboards Schematic 54 ENME 350 Electronics and Instrumentation I Lab Manual _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Page 4 of 54 Laboratory 1: T IME-V ARYING S IGNALS : G ENERATION AND M EASUREMENT O BJECTIVE The goal of this experiment is to demonstrate time varying signals (AC signals) and their characteristics. Students will use a function generator to generate various types of time varying signals (also called waveforms). An oscilloscope will be used to view the generated signals and to measure their characteristics....
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