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Student ID (last 4 digits) #:
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First Order Dierential Equation
Consider a standard rst order dierential equation of the form,
dx
+ ax = f (t),
dt
where x is an unknown signal, f (t) is a known signal, and a is a constant. Let the above
equation represent a circuit or a system, and let
Principles of Electrical
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Spring 2013
Textbook: Electric Circuits
by
Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Chapter 18
Two-Port Circuits
Two-Port Model
18.1 The
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Continued:
Ch 16 Fourier Series
Ch 14 Introduction t
color sheet
Name in Capital letters:
last four digits of your RUID:
Consider the given circuit. Select as many Node Voltages as necessary. Write down as many equations
as necessary to determine all the node variables. You do not need to solve or even simp
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Students name in capital letters:
Problem 1: Construct both the magnitude and phase angle asymptotic plots for the transfer
function,
2000s
.
H(s) =
(s
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Print the sheet or sheets for each HW, and do all your work right
HW due Jan 26
Consider the given circuit. Using the Node Voltage Method, write down as many equations
as necessary to determine all the node variables. You do not need to solve the equations,
just write them.
j12
I
j10A Vb
Va
+
+
Ix
60V Vc I
+
+
Ix
10
Vd
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Principles of Electrical
Engineering II
ECE 14:332:222
Hussein I. Hanafi
School of Engineering
ECE Department
Rutgers University
Spring 2013
Textbook: Electric Circuits
by
Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Chapter 9 (contd)
Sinusoidal Steady-State
Analysis
S
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School of Engineering
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Rutgers University
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Textbook: Electric Circuits
by
Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Chapter 9
Sinusoidal Steady-State
Analysis
Sections
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Textbook: Electric Circuits
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Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Chapter 12
Introduction to Laplace Transform
The Lap
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Textbook: Electric Circuits
by
Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Chapter 12
Introduction to Laplace Transform
The Lap
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ECE Department
Rutgers University
Spring 2013
Textbook: Electric Circuits
by
Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Chapter 13
The Laplace Transform in Circuit
Analysis
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Rutgers University
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Textbook: Electric Circuits
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Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Chapter 7
Response of First-Order
RL and RC Circuits
1
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Textbook: Electric Circuits
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Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Chapter 11
Balanced Three Phase Circuits
3
Intro
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Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Ch 15: Active Filter Circuits
Active Filter Circuits
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Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Ch 16 Fourier Series
Ch 14 Introduction to Frequency
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Textbook: Electric Circuits
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Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Continued:
Ch 16 Fourier Series
Ch 14 Introduction t
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Rutgers University
Spring 2013
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Nilsson & Riedel
Ninth Edition
Chapter 8
Natural and Step Responses
of RLC Circuits
Due Friday February 19th
332:222 Principles of Electrical Engineering II
These are home-work problems which will be collected and graded.
Students Name and RUID last four digits:
R3
R1
C1
C2
C3
C4
+
+
+
Vg
G
R2
R4
ZL
+
Vo
Two second order
HPF lter circui
Principles of Electrical Engineering II
Transfer Function of a Second Order LPF Op-Amp Circuit
This is a home-work problem which will be collected and graded.
Vg
+
Vg
N
R1
R2
V1
Determine the transfer function of the
ideal Op-Amp circuit shown where the
332:222 Principles of Electrical Engineering II Spring 2015
Instructor: Professor P. Sannuti, Oce - CoRE 525, Phone # 848-445-3127, e-mail: sannuti@ece
Oce hours: Tuesday and Friday 10:20 AM 11:30 AM and 2 PM 3:00 PM or by appointment.
Course and lab Webs
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The home-work problem will be collected and graded.
Switched RLC Circuit Analysis
6.25
NAME OF THE STUDENT:
Problem 1.
The circuit of Figure 1 shown on the right
with switch closed was in steady state at
t =
Concepts in Chapter 8
1. Dierential equation of a circuit: This relates the output variable with the input variable. A
standard second order dierential equation is of the form,
d2 x
dx
2
+ 2
+ 0 x = f (t),
dt2
dt
where x is an unknown output signal, f (t)
332:222 Principles of Electrical Engineering II Spring 2006
Hourly Exam 2 Friday, March 24, 2006 from 12:00PM to 1:30PM in SEC 111
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Do not ask questions (unless you find a typo)
332:222 Principles of Electrical Engineering II Spring 2008
Note the Final Exam schedule: Thursday May 8, 2008, noon to 3:00PM
Hourly Exam 2 Tuesday April 1, 2008
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Solution (Gray
booklet)
332:222 Principles of Electrical Engineering II Exam 2, April 18, 2014
Final Exam schedule:
Thursday May 8, 2014, noon to 3:00PM, in SEC 111 (Regular classroom)
NAME OF THE STUDENT:
Student ID (last 4 digits) #:
Please make sure th
Concepts in Chapter 8
1. Differential equation of a circuit: This relates the output variable with the input variable. A
standard second order differential equation is of the form,
d2 x
dx
+ 2
+ 02 x = f (t),
dt2
dt
where x is an unknown output signal, f
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