HW2.E40.Aut11

HW2.E40.Aut11 - R t , in Ohms. 3. Satellite solar power...

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E40 Autumn 2011 Homework 2 Due 5:00 pm, Wednesday, October 12, 2010 Please write your Name and Lab Section Time on the front page. 1. Solving circuits using Kirchhoff’s Current Law. a) Apply Kirchhoff’s current law at node a. b) Apply Kirchhoff’s current law at node b. c) Apply Kirchhoff’s current law at node c. d) If we choose node c as the reference node, find the voltages V a and V b . e) If we choose node b as the reference node, find the voltages V a and V c . f) What is the power received or delivered by the 2mA current source, in mW? 2. Circuit with a dependent source. a) Apply Kirchhoff’s current law at node a, by summing the currents entering the node. You should have v t , i t and v x in the resulting equation. b) Find the ratio of v t to i t , which is defined as the resistance
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Unformatted text preview: R t , in Ohms. 3. Satellite solar power system. (a) The 0.5 cable and 1 frame resistances model the losses (power dissipation) in these parts of the circuit. Find the current I s in Amps drawn from the solar cells, which are modeled by a 100 V ideal voltage source in series with a 1.5 resistor. (b) Find the current I 2 in Amps through the 10 rightmost branch, which models one of the appliances. (c) A 75 V battery is switched into the circuit (see below) for backing up the solar cells when the satellite is in the earths shadow. Find the power delivered by the 75 V battery. Note : when the solar cells are not illuminated, they should be replaced by an open circuit. 4. U&M 2.29 5. U&M 2.32. Use V out / V s = 15...
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