Lab 1- Second Order System
Figure 1. Circuit after t=0
Figure 2 Oscilloscope Graph of V after t=0
Calculations
In order to find the second order differential equation of the system, the following
equation is used: . Where . In our situation, Vs is equal t
Lab 10
Parallel Tank Circuit
Figure 1- Design of Parallel RLC Circuit
Figure 2- Graph of Magnitude of impedance vs Log(Frequency)
Figure 3- Angle vs Log(Frequency)
Series RLC Tank
Figure 4- Design of RLC Series Tank
Figure 4- Magnitude and Phase of Impeda
Lab 9-Frequency Response
Exercise 1
Figure 1- Design of RC Circuit used for Exercise 1
Graph 1- Voltage Gain vs Frequency ()
Graph 2- Voltage Gain vs. Log10 ()
As the frequency was raised in the circuit, the voltage gain also altered. As the frequency
inc
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Lab 8- Maximum Power Transfer
Figure 1: Set-up of Circuit
Calculating the Load
R1 is not part of the thevenin impedance calculation, because no current goes across it, due to the
short circuit that occurs when the voltage source is shorted
Lab 6
Figure 1: Diagram of Circuit Built
Figure 2: Graph of Output Voltage versus Load Resistance
Figure 3: Graph of Power Output versus Load Resistance
Calculating ZTH:
First all components were converted into impedences. Then using reduction:
Conclusion
Lab 7- Investigating Power Factor
Figure 1: Design of Circuit Built in Lab with Capacitor
Figure 2: Graph of Source Input and Plant Input without Capacitor
Figure 3: Graph of Source Input and Plant Input with Capacitor
Exercise 1: Calculations
1. Impedanc
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A Real Inductor
Exercise 1
Figure 1: Set up of inductor circuit
R1= 108 ohms, which is the resistance of the inductor
Frequency Calculations
Figure 2: VR1 together with VFG
Figure 3 V2 together with VFG
Exercise 3
Calculations for the 6 ph
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Assignment 3 Phasor Diagram
Figure 1: Set up of Circuit
Figure 2: Oscilloscope of Vc and Vr1
Calculations
Using Mesh Analysis:
Using Nodal:
Discussion
VL is found by taking the resultant vector of VR1 and VC, and Vs is derived by using the
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Lab 5 Thevenin Equivalent
Figure 1: Set up of Open Circuit
Figure 2: Graph of Voc and Vsource
Figure 3: Graph of Vload and Vsource
Exercise 3
Frequency= 3183 Hz
Voc= 50
Vload=1.523.1 (taken from Figure 3)
Angle of Vload
To find Zth, we use