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Lecture 30 - Lecture 30 figures 2 Fig 30-6 The...

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Lecture 30 figures 1 Fig. 30-1: A voltage source drives the series RL network. We will determine the instantaneous power and the average power delivered to the resistor and inductor. Fig. 30-2: The instantaneous power delivered by the source. Fig. 30-3: The instantaneous power delivered to the resistor and inductor. Fig. 30-4: A voltage source drives the network shown. We will determine the instantaneous power and the average power delivered by the source. Fig. 30-5: The instantaneous power of a periodic signal. The period T of the signal is defined as the time after which the signal repeats itself.
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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 30 figures 2 Fig. 30-6: The “triangular” instantaneous power. The period T is 2 ms. We will find the average power. Fig. 30-7: A sinusoidal current or voltage. The average value of this function is 0. Fig. 30-8: The load is of impedance Z. Determine the average power delivered to this load when i(t) and v(t) are sinusoidal. Fig. 30-9: A square pulse current. The current is I m for T/2, then –I m for T/2. Determine the effective value of this current. Fig. 30-10: Determine the effective value of this current. Fig. 30-11: Determine the effective value of this voltage....
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