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Unformatted text preview: # ___________.__._—————-———'— EXAMPLE 8.3 Deriving a Differential Equation from an Analog Computer Circuit Problem Derive the differential equation corresponding to the analog computer simulator of Figure 3.41. _______________F_ﬂ— Solution Mom: Quantities: Resistor and capacitor values. HM: Differential equation in .r(t). maﬁa: Diagrams. Circuits, and Given Data: R1 = 0.4 M9; R2 = R3 = R5 = 1 M52; Rt =15 k5}; C1 = C2 = 1 HF. minions: Assume ideal op—amps. WEE-‘3! We start the analysis from the right-hand side of the circuit, to detemtine the intu- Figure 8.41 Anaiog computer simulation of unknown system . z i-2 V‘ v0 ‘A. 3: Y—o F—o X—o ' ': >4 .+ + :01“? Y= -"‘” L'*‘ If?! R; lea. IC' R. R1) , .L—-—- .5... + .35.— Y-"s(v-)(o.m nth-u - -- l ' - —Z‘O+Yozo=>‘2"' Y c- :--I Yc-r. El 3 512,6; 5 (mm/4) 5 {'0 1- 2-0 :0 “5-) :w&?:'—lﬂ’z"4m 2 Rs. \$34 39% 9.3’I< -Y 401) i 'r x:—4_07> (T)‘" 5’}; (“F‘LOJ Six: - LUUDF ‘40-‘3'X s‘x +40D¥ “EMF Tdk‘rﬁj {L'- '.”‘W(.Fc Lapim frahrﬁwnj we yy‘ {aﬂmrﬁ} 3m: {hid-I'M (maddfama .u- up +461)? deb “1,0170; ...
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