Lecture 16

Lecture 16 - Lecture 16 - figures Fig. 16-1a: The switch,...

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Lecture 16 - figures 1 Fig. 16-1a: The switch, having been open for a long time, closes at t=0. Determine the current i(t) for t > 0. Fig. 16-2: A plot of the general response, changing exponentially from x(0 + ) to x( ). Fig. 16-1b: The current i(t) and voltages v R (t) and v L (t) for the circuit of Fig. 19-1a. Fig. 16-3a: The source current increases from 20 mA to 40 mA at t = 0. Find i L (t) for t > 0. Fig. 16-3b: The current i L (t) for the circuit of Fig. 19-3a increases from 20 mA to 40 mA with time constant τ = 25 µ s.
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Lecture 16 - figures 2 Fig. 16-4a: The source voltage turns on at t=0. Find (a) i A (0 - ) and v B (0 - ); (b) i A (0 + ) and v B (0 + ); (c) i A ( ) and v B ( ); and (d) i A (0.05 s) and v B (0.05 s). Fig. 16-4b: The current i A (t) for the circuit of Fig. 16-4a increases from 0.8 A to 2.08 A with time constant τ = 0.04 s. Fig. 16-4c: The voltage v B (t) for the circuit of Fig. 16-4a decreases from 80 V to 0 A with time constant τ = 0.04 s. Fig. 16-5a:
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