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MSE 2054
Spring 2014
Homework Assignment #6
1. Gold is in the same group as Cu and Ag. Assuming that each Au atom donates one
conduction electron, calculate the drift mobility of the electrons in gold
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MSE 2054
Spring 2014
Homework Assignment #4
1. A 40-gm mass suspended from a helical spring is oscillating vertically with an
amplitude of 3 cm and a period of /5 second. (a) Find the energy of the os
MSE 2054 Spring 2014 (GQ Lu)
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5.1 Specific heat capacity of GaAs and InSb
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and at -30 C.
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MSE 2054
Spring 2014
Homework Assignment #3
1. (a) What is the de Broglie wavelength of a 2.0 g mass moving at a speed of 5 m/s? (b)
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Chapter 2 Resistive Networks
lecture notes
M. Orlowski
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Fall Spring 2015
Chapter 2
Resistive Circuits
1. Solve circuits (i.e., find currents and
voltages of interest) by combining
resista
Chapter 2 Resistive Networks
lecture notes
M. Orlowski
Virginia Tech
Spring 2015
Chapter 2
Resistive Circuits
1. Solve circuits (i.e., find currents and
voltages of interest) by combining
resistances
Chapter 2 Resistive Networks
lecture notes
M. Orlowski
Virginia Tech
Spring 2015
Chapter 2
Resistive Circuits
1. Solve circuits (i.e., find currents and
voltages of interest) by combining
resistances
Chapter 2 Resistive Networks
lecture notes
M. Orlowski
Virginia Tech
Fall Spring 2015
Chapter 2
Resistive Circuits
1. Solve circuits (i.e., find currents and
voltages of interest) by combining
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ECE 2054
Lecture Notes
Chapter 3 (Hambley)
Capacitance & Inductance
M. Orlowski
Virginia Tech
Fall Spring 2015
Goals
1. Find the current (voltage) for a capacitance
or inductance given the voltage (cu
ECE 2054 Electrical Theory
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Chapter 4 Hambley
M. Orlowski
Virginia Tech
Spring Term 2015
First and Second
Order
Transient Response
Transients
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Lecture Notes
Chapter 4 Hambley
M. Orlowski
Virginia Tech
Spring Term 2015
First and Second
Order
Transient Response
RC and RL Circuits with
General (time dependent) Sources
ECE 2054
Lecture Notes
Chapter 3 (Hambley)
Capacitance & Inductance
M. Orlowski
Virginia Tech
Fall Spring 2015
Goals
1. Find the current (voltage) for a capacitance
or inductance given the voltage (cu
ECE 2054
Lecture Notes
Chapter 1 (Hambley)
M. Orlowski
Virginia Tech
Spring Term 2015
Another 2054 classes given in parallel by
Dr. A.K. Lindner TORG 2150
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Lecture Notes
Chapter 1 (Hambley)
M. Orlowski
Virginia Tech
Spring Term 2015
Another 2054 classes given in parallel by
Dr. A.K. Lindner TORG 2150
Instructor
Marius Orlowski
Office: 614 Whitte
MSE 2054
Spring 2014
Homework Assignment #7
1. It is possible to express the magnetic susceptibility m in several different units. For the discussion of this
chapter, m was used to designate the volum
Assignment #1 ECE 2054
Problem 1
A typical cell phone battery holds 1440 mAh (milliAmpere-hours) of energy. The power draw during
charging is on average 3.68 W and according to the manufacturer the ph
Assignment #2 ECE 2054
Problem 1
Shown is a circuit model for a bipolar-junction transistor (BJT) amplifier. Use node analysis to find values
for v1, v2, and v3 (all voltages should be referenced to g
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