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ECE201Lect-23 - Transient PSpice Analysis (7.4) ECE201...

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ECE201 Lect-23 1 Transient PSpice Analysis (7.4)
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ECE201 Lect-23 2 Typical Transient Problems What is the voltage as a capacitor discharges to zero? What is the voltage as a capacitor charges from one voltage (often zero) to another constant voltage? How does the current through an inductor increase from zero to a final value? How does the current through an inductor decrease from an initial value to zero?
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ECE201 Lect-23 3 More Typical Problems What are the transient and AC steady-state responses of an RC circuit to a sinusoidal source? What are the transient and AC steady-state responses of an RL circuit to a sinusoidal source?
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ECE201 Lect-23 4 Solutions Changes in capacitor voltages and inductor currents from one value to another are easily solved. Changes in other voltages or currents in the circuit may or may not be easy to solve directly; they are all easy to solve using Laplace transforms (EEE 302).
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5 More Solutions Steady-state responses to sinusoidal sources are easy to find using AC steady-state analysis. Transient responses to sinusoidal sources
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