Superposition Theorem HW

Superposition Theorem HW - short circuited and independent...

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Darrin Wright ECT 298 Due: October 31, 2011 1. Superposition Theorem - states that the effect of two or more voltage sources in a resistor is equal to the sum of the individual effects of each source taken separately, replacing all the remaining voltage sources with short circuits. Dependent sources can be removed as long as the controlling impetus is not set to zero. The process of calculating each effect with one impetus connected at a time is continued until all the effects are calculated Steps: Calculate the effect of each source in turn with all other independent voltage sources
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Unformatted text preview: short circuited and independent current sources open circuited. • Sum these effects to get the complete effect. 2. V-I Characteristic for Inductor V = L di/dt or I = 1/ L ∫ to t v dt + i(t o ) • There is no voltage across an inductor if the current through it is not changing with time. . V-I Characteristic for Capacitor I = C dv/dt or V = 1/ C ∫ to t i dt + v(t o • There is no current through a capacitor if the voltage across it is not changing with time. 3. A high pass filter is used for a RL circuit....
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