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Referenced currents and voltages should be

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referenced currents and voltages should be identifiable and all graphs clearly referenced to the type of simulation they show. The simulation files are needed for me to verify your simulations. They should be actual files containing all results of simulations. The simulation files should be submitted to “Project Sim files” assignment . NJIT Honor code requirements : the submitted project should be strictly individual; in the case if the similarity with other student’s work will be found, all involved students will receive grade of -50. Grading : the project will be graded at max 100 points with up to 20 extra credit points for the quality of the work, conclusions, extra analysis, and bonus questions. Assignment A. First order circuit 1. Consider a simple RL or RC circuit. Simulate the following (showing both voltages and current on one graph): 1.1.Natural response. 1.2. Pulse response. Find experimentally time constant and compare results with analytical solution. Draw conclusions. 2. Vary the circuit parameters (time constant), in relatively wide range, simulate 1.2, observe the results, analyze, and explain the observations.
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