Doering_5_1S - mark use Cursor 1 for measurements and leave...

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5.1 – Capacitors, Section 5-2 Summary Comparison: Results: i(t), t=8ms (mA) i(t), t=25ms (mA) i(t), t=30ms (mA) Analysis 8.000 -5.353 -2.865 Simulation 8.000 -5.373 -2.901 Measurement 7.65 -5.24 -2.94 Relative Differences: Simulation -- Analysis 0.0% 0.4% 1.3% Measurement -- Analysis -4.4% -2.1% 2.6% Analytical Solution:
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myDAQ Results: Measure the capacitor voltage on AI0 and capacitor current on AI1: Arbitrary Waveform Generator Setup: Use default “X Range” values (“From”=0 and “To”=1) for the other two segments.
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Measure current at t = 8ms:
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Adjust triggering and horizontal position to place the upper left corner of the voltage waveform at the 10ms grid
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Unformatted text preview: mark; use Cursor 1 for measurements and leave Cursor 2 at zero to make the cursor “dT” value match the given voltage waveform timescale. Measured value of the shunt resistor is 10.0 ohms. Current at t = 8ms is 76.53 mV divided by 10.0 ohms → 7.65 mA Current at t = 25ms: Current at t = 25ms is -52.35 mV divided by 10.0 ohms →-5.24 mA Current at t = 30ms: Current at t = 30ms is -29.43 mV divided by 10.0 ohms →-2.94 mA...
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