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BME 311 - HW_2 - HINT R X I=V 4 Pspice DC sweep(10 points...

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BME 311 Network Theory Homework #2 Due: February 9, 2011 1. Reading assignment Fundamentals of Electric Circuits (3 rd Ed), Alexander and Sadiku Chapter 2 (page 29-64) 2. Basic Problems (70 points) Solve the following problems from the textbook ( in the section of “Problems”, not “Review Questions” ) Chapter 1: 1.13 1.16 1.26 1.29 Chapter 2 2.3 2.6 2.9 3. MATLAB (10 points) Use Matlab to solve for currents I 1 , I 2 , I 3 and I 4 Assume there is a data file data.txt in your work directory. This file has a 4X5 matrix as shown below. 20 10 15 9 10 11 30 8 4 8 14 23 65 2 0 11 15 20 9 0 The first 4 columns are resistor matrix R and the fifth column is the voltage vector V. Follow the example in class, write a script and compute the currents using matlab. Start by reading data from the file and extracting the submatrices (
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Unformatted text preview: HINT: R X I=V). 4. Pspice: DC sweep (10 points) The following circuit has both independent voltage and current source. Use PSpice simulation to find the voltage at each node, the voltage across each resistor and the current through each of them. What are the power delivered by the voltage source and that delivered by the current source? * the unit for resistor is Ω (ohm) In addition to answering the above questions, you should attach the circuit that you draw using Pspice and output file (on the schematic window, go ‘view’ and click ‘output file’). Page 1 of 2 (c) John X.J. Zhang, UT Austin BME 311 Network Theory Homework #2 Due: February 9, 2011 Page 2 of 2 (c) John X.J. Zhang, UT Austin...
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