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Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering ECE 2B University of California, Santa Barbara Winter 2011 Shynk H.O. #5 HOMEWORK #2 Due Friday, January 21, 2011 (5:00 p.m.) Reading: Neamen (N): Chapter 2. Note that a power supply is covered in Ulaby & Maharbiz (U/M) starting on page 346. Problems: 1. U/M: Problem 6.21 2. U/M: Problems 7.47 and 7.52 3. N: Problem 1.40 (Use the iterative method covered in class, starting with V D = 0 . 6 V.) 4. N: Problems 2.3 and 2.5 5. The primary winding of an ideal transformer with N
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Unformatted text preview: N 1 = 150 and N 2 = 50 is connected to voltage source v ( t ) = 200cos(100 πt ) V. Find I 1 , I 2 , and the equivalent impedance viewed from the source if 1000 W are delivered to a resistor connected to the secondary winding. 6. For the circuit below with parameters L 1 = 20 mH, L 2 = 100 mH, M = 40 mH, R 1 = 60 Ω, and R 2 = 500 Ω, ±nd V 2 and the equivalent impedance viewed from the voltage source v 1 ( t ) = 100cos(200 t ) V. v 1 (t) R 1 L 2 v 2 (t) R 2 L 1 M Z EQ 1...
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