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Phasor%20Analysis%20pdf - EE 2011 Practice Problems Phasor...

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EE 2011 Practice Problems Phasor Analysis Q1 The circuit shown is driven by v g = V g cos( ϖ t). a) Find the phasor current I R in the circuit shown. Express your answer in polar phasor form. b) Find i R (t). + v g _ L C R I R
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Q2 The circuit shown is driven by v g (t) = V g cos( ϖ t). 1. Calculate the current passing through the resistance 2R on the right hand side in terms of Vg, R, L, and C. Express your answer in polar phasor form. 2. Write down the expression for this current in time varying form. C Vg R L 2R
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Q3 Use phasor techniques to find v O (t). 10 mhy 100 μ fd 10 120 cos(1000t) V rms + v O (t)
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Q4 A 60 Hz voltage source having an amplitude of 500 V supplies current to a load Z L . Measurements reveal the following: Current is 16 A RMS Current leads voltage by 22 o . 1. Calculate the impedance of the load. 2. Draw the circuit diagram (with component values) of this load.
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For the phasor circuit shown below, determine the Thevenin equivalent circuit between terminals a and b. 10
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EE 2011 taught by Professor Imbertson during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota.

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Phasor%20Analysis%20pdf - EE 2011 Practice Problems Phasor...

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