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Unformatted text preview: of all signals to an i 3 phase of 0 o at t = 0. 4. Print out a copy (or save an electronic copy) of the graph and label each current waveform. Measurements: 5. Build the circuit shown in Figure 1. 6. Place a 10 Ω current shunt in both the 2 i branch and the 3 i branch. Be sure that one leg of each shunt is grounded . 7. On the software oscilloscope, produce the waveforms for i 2 and i 3 . 1 of 2 8. Using the oscilloscope, determine the current phasor for 2 i and 3 i using the same phase reference as in step 3. Do the experimental values match those found in step 3? 9. Use Kirchhoff’s current law and phasor addition to find 1 i . Does this value match the value found in step 3? Last Revision: Rev 3.1: 6/22/2006 2 of 2...
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- Fall '08
- RC circuit, Oscilloscope, Kirchhoff's circuit laws, Kirchhoff, Waveform, phasor