ECE201_18_Jung

ECE201_18_Jung - ECE 201 Lecture 18 First-order circuits:...

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Unformatted text preview: ECE 201 Lecture 18 First-order circuits: zero input response Announcements Last Lecture, #17: KCL, KVL for L, C circuits L and C combinations This Lecture #18: Source-free first-order linear circuits First Order Circuits Circuits containing resistor, independent/dependent sources, and a single (equivalent) L or C Using Thevenin equivalent circuits, they are equivalent to Linear network (resistors, independent and dependent sources) Linear network (resistors, independent and dependent sources) Source Free (Zero Input) First Order Circuits Circuits containing resistor, dependent sources, and a single L or C Using Thevenin equivalent circuits, they are equivalent to Linear network (resistors and dependent sources) Linear network (resistors and dependent sources) Source Free RC Circuit Assume v C ( t ) is known KCL: KVL: Equation: First order differential equation Source Free RL Circuit Assume i L ( t ) is known KCL: KVL: Equation: First order differential equation General Form Many systems.. Attendance Rate 1 st order Diff eq....
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ECE201_18_Jung - ECE 201 Lecture 18 First-order circuits:...

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