Solutions to FE Problems Chapter 2 2FE-1 What is the power generated by the source in the network in Fig. 2PFE-1? The correct answer is b. a
RS
R1
R2
120V
c R3 R4 R5
b
Resistors R1, R2, and R3 are con
Second-Order Circuits
Textbook reference
7.3
2nd Order Circuits
Any circuit with a single capacitor, a single
inductor, an arbitrary number of sources,
and an arbitrary number of resistors is a
circu
First-Order Circuits
Textbook reference
7.1-7.2
Cameras Flash Circuit
1st Order Circuits
Any circuit with a single energy storage
element, an arbitrary number of sources,
and an arbitrary number of r
Capacitors, Inductors, and LC
combination
Textbook reference
6.1-6.3
Energy Storage Elements
Capacitors store energy in an electric field.
Inductors store energy in a magnetic field.
Capacitors and
Thvenin's and Nortons
Theorems
Textbook reference: READ!
5-3
Thvenins Theorem
Any circuit with sources (dependent and/or
independent) and resistors can be
replaced by an equivalent circuit
containing
Superposition
Textbook reference: READ!
5-2
Example 5.2
Superposition
In any linear circuit containing multiple
independent sources, the current or voltage
at any point in the circuit may be calculat
Nodal & Loop Analyses
Textbook reference:
3-1 & 3-2
Node and Loop Analysis
Node analysis and loop analysis are both
circuit analysis methods which are
systematic and apply to most circuits
Analysis
Voltage and Current Division;
Resistor Combinations
Textbook reference:
2-3 2-6
Single-Loop Circuit
The same current
flows through
each element of
the circuitthe
elements are in
series.
Lets conside
Dependent Sources; KVL
Textbook reference:
1-3 and 2-2
Independent vs. Dependent Sources
An independent source (voltage or current)
may be DC (constant) or time-varying, but
does not depend on other v
EEE 350, Fall 2009 Homework #1 Due Tuesday, 09/08/2009
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