Lab3 - EE 201 Lab3 Tian Gu Code:721 Team partner: Tielong...

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EE 201 Lab3 Tian Gu Code:721 Team partner: Tielong Su Chaojun Zhang Introduction     :    In the first part of this lab, we got the results from our calculations by  using mesh current and node voltage techniques, Pspice and our measurement from  the circuits. And we compared them to make sure each of these methods would work.  And the second part is mainly a proof of using Thevenin equivalent circuit . Part1: Node voltages, mesh currents, and superposition We use the mesh current and node voltage techniques to get the currents and resistors  in the first circuit, i1=3.082e-3A i2=4.389e-3A i3=3.219e-3A VR=3.2188v And we also checked the answers by using pspice.
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We got the same results as our calculations. So then we built the circuit and got the  measurements. First we measured all the resistor values: R2.2=2.105kΩ  R4.7kΩ=4.679kΩ  R4.7right=4.6828kΩ  R1000=0.989kΩ  R3.3=3.278kΩ
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course EE 201 taught by Professor Kruempel during the Spring '06 term at Iowa State.

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