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Homework 2 ECE 2100v2

# Homework 2 ECE 2100v2 - ECE 2100 Professor Alyosha Molnar...

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ECE 2100: Professor Alyosha Molnar Homework Assignment #2 Due Feb 25, 2010 Areas covered: Node, mesh analysis. Thevenin, Norton equivalents. Maximum power transfer. Superposition. LEDs, Photodiodes, Photovoltaics. 1) Book Problem 4.1 2) Book Problem 4.5 3) Book Problem 4.16 4) Book Problem 4.23

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5) Book Problem 4.36 Repeat book problem 4.23 using mesh current analysis 6) Book Problem 4.38 7) Book Problem 4.58 8) Book Problem 4.62 9) Book Problem 4.71
10) Book Problem 4.75 11) Book Problem 4.76 12) Book Problem 4.90 13) After graduating from Cornell, you decide you like Ithaca so much that you buy a chicken farm nearby, next to a gorge. You set up a hydro power generator that puts out an open-circuit voltage of 200V, and a short-circuit current of 20A. a. Find its Thevenin equivalent. b. You use it to light/heat your chicken coop: your limited finances (organic free range chickens only make so much money) mean you only have twenty light bulbs (each measured to be 50 ). What series/parallel arrangement of the bulbs will provide the most total power to the coop? c. How much power will each bulb dissipate? 14) Book Problem 4.97

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15) A model of contrast enhancement in the human retina: One of the most interesting properties of the neurons in your retina is that they tend to amplify differences in light intensity detected by adjacent photoreceptors (rods or cones) while suppressing average brightness.
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