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Unformatted text preview: T < t < 2 T . 2. Applying different conditions to the circuit configuration above, the current source follows i in ( t ) = i 0 u (– t ) as the switch is initially open but closes at t = T . Determine the energy stored and power absorbed as functions of time. Use step functions where appropriate. a. Determine the power absorbed by the capacitor for – T < t < 2 T . b. Determine the energy stored in the capacitor for – T < t < 2 T . c. Determine the power absorbed by the inductor for – T < t < 2 T . d. Determine the energy stored in the inductor for – T < t < 2 T . e. Determine the power generated by the current source for – T < t < 2 T ....
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- Fall '08
- Energy, Inductor, Electrical impedance, Current Source, Linear Circuit Analysis