Lecture 3

# Lecture 3 - and KVL to find I 1 V 2 and V 3 Fig 3-9 A...

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Lecture 3 figures 1 Fig. 3-1: Is this element absorbing or generating power? Fig. 3-2: What’s wrong with this circuit? Fig. 3-3: Determine the power absorbed by each element in this circuit. Fig. 3-4: A circuit node, at which 5 branches connect. Fig. 3-5: A single-loop circuit containing 3 elements, with the potential across each element labeled.

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Lecture 3 figures 2 Example: Find I 1 , V 2 , and V 3 . Example: Given a current of 0.5 A through the 50 Ω resistor, as shown, find V s . Fig. 3-6: Elements in series must have the same current through them. Fig. 3-7: Elements in parallel must have the same potential across them. Fig. 3-8: A circuit for application of KCL
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Unformatted text preview: and KVL to find I 1 , V 2 , and V 3 . Fig. 3-9: A circuit for example showing application of Ohm’s Law, KVL, and KCL. Lecture 3 figures 3 Find the current I 2 . Ex: Find the current I , the equivalent resistance, R eq , and the power absorbed by each element. Ex: Find the voltage V and the power absorbed by each element. Fig. 3-10: A circuit with an open loop. Fig. 3-11: Current sources in series are forbidden. Fig. 3-12: Voltage sources in parallel are forbidden. Fig. 3-13: A single-loop circuit containing a dependent voltage source. Fig. 3-14: A single node-pair circuit....
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Lecture 3 - and KVL to find I 1 V 2 and V 3 Fig 3-9 A...

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