Bart Florczyk
Week One Assignments
Chapter 3
#44) Why do you never apply an ohmmeter to a live network?
Anysmallcurrentflowingthroughthecircuitwillchangethevoltageacrossthelivenetworkbeing
measured,throwingofftheresistancecalculation.
Chapter4
1 What is t

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iLab week 7
Transient Analysis of a Resistor Inductor (RL) Circuit
This weeks lab involves performing a transient analysis of a resistor-inductor (RL)
circuit. You will submit your report by following the guidelines provided in the
document

Bart Florczyk
Week Two Assignments
Chapter 6
#4For each circuit board in Fig. 6.74, find the total resistance between connection tabs 1 and 2.
From looking at the circuit and not seeing the connections on the back of the circuit board,
1
=193.5 .194 k
1
1

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Laboratory Title: Analysis of a Series Circuit Using Simulation and Actual Construction
Submittal Date:
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Laboratory Procedures
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I.
OBJECTIVES
1. To construct a series circuit correctly and measure its equivalent resistance.
2.
To predict and verify electrical characteristics of a series circuit

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Course Number: ECET110
Professor:
Laboratory Number: 1
Laboratory Title: Analysis of a Series Circuit Using Simulation and Actual Construction
Submittal Date:
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Transient Analysis of a Resistor-Inductor (RL) Circuit
ECET110
Professor Faculty
Student Name
May 28, 2014
Table of Contents
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List of Figures and Tables .
Project Objectives .
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Course Home - Lab Prep
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Introduction to Components and Laboratory Test Equipment, Electric Signal
Calculations, and Measurements
This page introduces you to the components you need to make circuits, equipment you need to assemble
those circ

ECET110 Safety Lecture
Safety? Who Cares?
Who cares about safety? Well, your employer does for sure, and you do, too, we hope. For your
employer, safety is primarily an economic and legal issue; for you, it is a personal concern and, when your
colleagues

Course Schedule
Week, TCOs, and
Topics
Week 1
TCOs 1, 2 and 9
Analysis of DC
Series Circuits
Week 2
TCOs 3 and 9
Analysis of DC
Parallel Circuits
Week 3
TCOs 4 and 9
Analysis and Design
of Series-Parallel
Circuits
Week 4
TCOs 5 and 9
Network Analysis
Read

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Professor:
Laboratory Number: 1
Laboratory Title: Analysis of a Series Circuit Using Simulation and Actual Construction
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O

Michael Rossbach Week 3 Homework
ECET-110 Week 3 Homework
Michael Rossbach
Chapter 7 Problem 1(a,b,c)
a)
Series: R2,E,R1
Parallel: R3,R5,R4
b)
Series: E,R1
Parallel: R2,R3,R4
1
Michael Rossbach Week 3 Homework
c)
Series: E, R1
Parallel: R3,R4, R2
Chapter

Laboratory Report Cover Sheet
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Course Number: ECET110
Professor: Jimmie Russell
Laboratory Number: 3
Laboratory Title: Analysis of a DC Series-Parallel Circuit
Submittal Date:
Objectives:
In

Laboratory Report Cover Sheet
DeVry University
College of Engineering and Information Sciences
Course Number: ECET110
Professor:
Laboratory Number: 1
Laboratory Title: Analysis of a Series Circuit using Simulation and Actual Construction
Submittal Date:
O

Laboratory Report Cover Sheet
DeVry University
College of Engineering and Information Sciences
Course Number: ECET110
Professor:
Laboratory Number: 3
Laboratory Title: Analysis of a DC Series-Parallel Circuit
Submittal Date:
Objectives: To construct a ser

Bart Florczyk
Week 7
Homework
ECET 110
Chapter 11: #12, #14, #29, #36
#12)
V1
12 V
R1
L1
2.2k
4.7mH
S1
Key = A
a. Determine .
=
L
RT
4.7 mH
2.2 k
=
= 2.14s
b. What is equation for iL when switch is closed at t=0s
iL =
V
RT
(1-e
t/
12V
2.2 k
) =
(1-e
t/2.

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Course Number: ECET110
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Laboratory Number: 4
Laboratory Title: Format Mesh Analysis
Submittal Date:
Objectives: To troubleshoot a complex circuit and

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HW week 5
ECET 110
Chapter 9: Problems 1, 2a, 2b, 2c, 8, 30
1.
a. Using the superposition theorem, determine the current through the 12 resistor of Fig. 9.119.?
remove E1 means opencircuit in place of E1
so I1=-10/14=-0.71A
remove E2 means o

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HW3
Chapter 7: Problems 1 (a, b, c), 2 (a, b), 3, 8, 10
1.
Which elements of the networks in Fig. 7.60 are in series? Which are in parallel? As a check on
your assumptions, be sure that the elements in series have the same current and that t

Laboratory Report Cover Sheet
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Laboratory Number: 5
Laboratory Title: Thevenins and Superposition Theorem
Submittal Date:
1. Objectives:
To troubleshoot a co

Michael Rossbach
Laboratory Report Cover Sheet
DeVry University
College of Engineering and Information Sciences
Course Number: ECET110
Professor: Jimmie Russell
Laboratory Number: 1
Laboratory Title: Analysis of a Series Circuit Using Simulation and Actua

Introduction to MATLAB for ECET110
Launching MATLAB
If MATLAB is not on your computer, go to www.lab.devry.edu and log on to the DeVry
Citrix server (use your D number and standard password). Locate the MATLAB icon
and left mouse double-select to launch t