Problem Set 1 - absorbed/dissipated in each circuit element...

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1 EECS 215 Fall’08 Problem Set #1 Assigned: Monday, 8-September-2008 Due: Monday, 15-September-2008 Homework is due at the beginning of lecture. Reading Assignment: Alexander and Sadiku, 3 rd Edition, Chapters 1, 2, 3 General Advice on Homework: 1. Start early. Don’t wait until Sunday night. 2. Be sure to draw the circuit and label it properly with reference directions for currents and reference polarities for voltages. 3. Show all the important steps in your calculation. 4. Textbook problems are from the course textbook, “Fundamentals of Electric Circuits,” 3 rd . The individual problem statements follow on the next pages and may contain modifications of the original problem. 1. A&S3 1.20 (Figure 1.31) – In the 5 I o element, the coefficient is 5 Ω (value and units). Find V o in the circuit below using KVL. IN ADDITION, calculate the power
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Unformatted text preview: absorbed/dissipated in each circuit element and verify that total power is conserved. 2 2. A&S3 2.57 (Figure 2.121) Find R eq and I in the circuit of Fig. 2.121. 3. A&S3 3.27 (Figure 3.76) using Nodal Analysis Use nodal analysis to determine node voltages v 1 , v 2 , and v 3 in the circuit in Fig. 3.76. Note that 1S=1 Ω −1 . 3 4. A&S3 3.61 (Figure 3.105) using Nodal Analysis Calculate the current gain i o / i s in the circuit of Fig. 3.105. 5. A&S3 3.80 (Figure 3.120) using Nodal Analysis a. In the 6 I o element, the coefficient is 6 Ω (value and units). Find the nodal voltages v 1 through v 4 in the circuit in Fig. 3.120 using PSpice . nodal analysis. b. Find the power dissipated by each element and verify that total power is conserved....
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