IRWIN 9e 6_75

IRWIN 9e 6_75 - Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis....

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Unformatted text preview: Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis. 9/E 1 535 .-—‘i. Lli'ivei'less :iutnniuhiie is under develupnient. One criti— cal issue is hi'uleing. ]iaii'tii:uhii'l}-' tit red lights. It is decid— eil that the braking ei't'ni't shuuiil depeml un ilistanee tn the light (if yhu‘re eluse. ynu heuer stun nus-'3 and speed tit' 3-‘uu‘1‘e gluing i'us1.}-'tiu‘ii neeLI ninre him-Lest. The resulting design equatinn is {Mir} d: where .1.'. the distzinee front the vehicle tn the intei'seetiun. is measured hy Ei sensur whuse nutjiut is pi'njiurtinnsi tn m = our. Use superjmsitinn in shew that the circuit in Fig. P635 ezin pi'nduee the hraiking et'i'ni't sign-til. hi'iiiring et't'ui't = Kl [ ] + K21“) .1.'. L'FE n e 1 Hi1 ‘I kfl W‘j "AI’V V] ‘Ill'I-IJ. 1 RR r. .J--- D“ Figure F635 SOLUTION: .u—I l_ VSCW £ 6 > \/X «1* RE. Re» ’v a . . V9 H ’l i i \/x " R“ C. dvscnsg 0U: Vy': :33 Vsensc R Chapter 6: Capacitance and Inductance Problem 6.75 2 Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E Problem 675 Chapter 6: Capacitance and Inductance ...
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