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Fall04_hw13 - in class Present an argument that proves that...

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ENEE 204 Fall 2004 HW #14 Due: In class on Thursday, Dec. 9, 2004 Problem 1. Transient Solutions. The left switch, which is initially closed establishes the initial current on the inductor. Note that v L (t=0)=0. The right switch is closed at time t=0 at the same time that left switch is open. Find i L (t) for this problem including both transient and steady state solutions. Problem 2. Transient Solutions. Let V1=6V. In this circuit, the left switch establishes the initial voltage on C1. The right switch is closed at time t=0 at the same time that left switch is open. Find V c (t) for this problem including both transient and steady state solutions. Best to use phasor analysis, but be sure to express result in time-domain. Problem 3. Step-response problem. The current source is a step function, u(t) as discussed
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Unformatted text preview: in class. Present an argument that proves that i L (0+)=0, vL(0+)=0, and then find the time dependent current on the inductor, i L (t). Again, the solution must involve transient and steady state conditions. Problem 4. Given a transfer functions, construct the Bode plots of the amplitude for each one. 2 1 )) 10 / ( 1 ( 1 ) ( s s H + = ) 100 / 1 )( 1 ( 10 / 1 ) ( 2 s s s s H + + + = ) 10 / 1 )( 5 1 ( 10 ) ( 2 3 s s s s s H + + + = ) 1000 / 1 )( 10 / 1 ( ) 100 / 1 ( 100 ) ( 4 s s s s s H + + + = Basic RLC Series Circuit Problem 5. Assume that R=1k, L=0.1 mH, C=.01 uF. Find the transfer function for the voltage on the resistor, capacitor and inductor; and draw the Bode (amplitude) plots for each of these cases....
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