EE40 Lecture 09 - Transient and Steady State Analysis

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Unformatted text preview: EE40 Lecture 09 Time Domain Analysis Neel Shah 7/13/11 Reminders • HW3 due Monday 7/18, 5pm in 240 Cory • Regrades turned in to me, TAs, or dropbox – New rule on regrades: Due with the next HW – So HW1 and HW2 regrades are due by 7/18 • Final project proposal due 7/15 on bSpace – Keep a copy for yourself! • Parts list for final project due 7/22 • Midterm 2 is Wednesday 7/27 • Makeup lab session this Friday 2-5 pm L’s and C’s - Review Inductors • Store energy in B-field – E = LI 2 /2 • Defined w.r.to flux, current – Φ = LI, L = Φ/I • Time derivative gives us… – dΦ/dt = V = L dI/dt • Steady state behavior – Short circuit • Impedance (on Friday) – ZL = jωL • Cooler than capacitors Capacitors • Store energy in E-field – E = CV 2 /2 • Defined w.r.to charge, voltage – Q = CV, C = Q/V • Time derivative gives us… – dQ/dt = I = C dV/dt • Steady state behavior – Open circuit • Impedance (on Friday) – ZC = 1/jωC = -j/ωC • More explodable than inductors Steady State – An Example 1 nF +- 100Ω 100Ω 100Ω 100 nH...
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course EECS 40 taught by Professor Chang-hasnain during the Summer '08 term at Berkeley.

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