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EE 2120
Homework #10
1. A series RC circuit is driven with an AC source. The opencircuit source voltage is 5040V. Find
the expression (in terms of R, C and w) for the source impedance that maximizes the average
power dissipated in the parallel RC load. (2
EE 2120
Homework #14 -
1. For the circuit below:
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a. Find the magnitude of the transfer function, IH(_](D)I , where H(ja) = V93 in terms
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of R, L, C and OJ. (4 pts.)
b. If R=0.05 Q, C=5 nF, and L=1O pH, nd the bandwidth of the filter. (2 pts.)
For
EE 2120
Homework #19
(Notethat all voltages and currents are RMS values)
1. A balanced, three-phase load is served by a 230-V, 50Hz three-phase line with a line impedance
of 1+j4 Q in each line. If the A-connected load has a line-to-line impedance of 600+
EE 2120
Homework #17 '
1. For the following circuit, nd R, l, and a. All transformers and components should be assumed
to be ideal. (6 pts.)
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2. For the following circuit: .
a. Determine (solve for) the mesh currents l1 and l2 in the followin
EE 2120
Homework #13
L. nd me irax'isiex' iunciion h \5 2: M4 as u' iatio oi polynomias lot the ioiluwmg LllLUit. Note
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2. The transfer function H(s)=Vo/Vs has simple zeroes at -5, -10, and -30, a s
EE 2120
Homework #16 _
1. Forithe ideal transformer circuit shown below,
3. Find the equivalent impedance Zeq as seen by the ideal ZOO-V source. (4 pts.)
b. Find the phasor voltage VL. (2 pts.) I
c. Find the phasor current IA. (2 pts.)
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EE 2120
Homework #12
1. For the Tollowing circuit:
a. Find the transfer function HGw) = Ygl'i in polar form. (6 pts)
b. Find the frequency, U), at which IHCjw)! = 1 if R=100 Q, L=4 mH, and C=1 mF.
(2 pts.)
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2. A circuit has a frequency response as sh
EE 2120
Homework #15
1. Find the phasor voltages V., Vb, V1 and V2 for the coupled circuit. (8 pts)
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2. Set up the mesh current equations in matrix form in the fregueng domain for the following
circuit then solve for the phas
EE 2120
Homework #11
1. For the circuit below, R1=500 Q, R2=10 Q, and C=4 pF.
1/(ij) Rz
a. Find the transfer function H(ja) = %. (4 pts)
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b. Plot the amplitude response. Provide a clear scale on your axes and label the maximum
value of the amplitude resp
EE 2120
Homework #9
1. A 200-V(peak), IOOHz source supplies power to a load. if the load absorbs 550-j145 VA of
power, find the following:
a. The peak value of the current drawn by the load. (2 pts)
b The power factor of the load (include if it is leading
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devices are not allowed. An equation sheet is provided separately. Please put your name on
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eld and the armature is 1.2 Q. The resistance of the shunt eld is 20 kg). The total ux
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