Lecture 2 - 3 Fig. 2-11: I-V plot for a Voltage Source....

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Lecture 2 figures 1 Fig. 2-1: What’s wrong (unphysical) with this picture? Fig. 2-2: A charged body. Fig. 2-3: Determining q(t) from i(t) graphically. Review: For the current i(t) shown in Fig. 2-3, and q(0) = -1 µC , determine the charge q(t) on the body. Fig. 2-4: Determine the power absorbed by this element. Fig. 2-5: Determine the power absorbed by this element.
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Lecture 2 figures 2 Fig. 2-6: The symbol for a resistor. Fig. 2-7: A graphical representation, or I-V plot, of Ohm’s Law, I = V/R . Fig. 2-8: Representation of a voltage source. A battery is one type of voltage source, which has a special symbol but which we will model in our circuits in the same way as any other voltage source. Fig. 2-9: Representation of a Current Source. Fig. 2-10: Circuit consisting of a Voltage Source and a Resistor.
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Lecture 2 figures
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Unformatted text preview: 3 Fig. 2-11: I-V plot for a Voltage Source. Fig. 2-12: Circuit consisting of a Current Source and a Resistor. Fig. 2-13: I-V plot for a Current Source. Fig. 2-14: Symbols for a Dependent Voltage Source (left) and a Dependent Current Source (right). Lecture 2 figures 4 Ex: Using energy conservation and Ohm’s Law, find I in the circuit shown in Fig. 2-15. Fig. 2-16: A voltage source (battery) driving the current I through a series combination of two resistors. Fig. 2-17: A voltage source (battery) driving the current I through a parallel combination of two resistors. Ex: Using energy conservation and Ohm’s Law, find I s in the circuit shown in Fig. 2-16. Fig. 2-15: A resistor, with the current i(t) and the potential difference v(t) labeled consistent with the passive sign convention ....
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course IE 230 taught by Professor Xangi during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University.

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Lecture 2 - 3 Fig. 2-11: I-V plot for a Voltage Source....

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