EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Laboratory 1
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EE 215 - Laboratory 1 - Introduction to Circuit Analysis
Due date: During your quiz session in week 4 (April 16-20)
Authors
D. Wilson, R.D. Christie, W.R. Lynes, K.F. Bhringer, M. Ostendorf
EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Laboratory 2
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EE 215 - Laboratory 2 - Nodal Analysis and Thvenin Equivalents
Authors
D. Wilson, R.D. Christie, W.R. Lynes, K.F. Bhringer, M. Ostendorf
Objectives
At the end of this lab, you will be able
Electrical Engineering 215 AA Lab #2
Procedure 1 Node and Mesh Analysis, Thevenin Equivalent (25 points)
Goal: To construct and determine the Thevenin Equivalentof the circuit that is shown in the lab.
1 a.(5 points)
Calculate the voltage v across the 20k
EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Midterm Exam 2 Solutions
May 14, 2012, 1:30-2:20pm, in class
Do not work on this exam until everybody has received their exam and we give the start signal!
Name: _ Student ID: _ Section: _
Problem 1
(10+10 +10
EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Final Exam
March 13, 2006
Time: in class, 110 minutes
Class: _EE215_
Section:
_
Name: _
Student ID:
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Please show all steps in solving the problems. Clearly mark your final answers and dont forget
the units.
P
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Instructor: Tai-Chang Chen
Midterm
3:30-5:35 pm Friday 05/07
Name:
Student Number:
Problem #1: Circuit theories applications: [25 points]
The voltage across the 22.5 resistor in the circuit is 90 V, positive
Electrical Engineering 215 AA Lab #1
Electrical Engineering 215 AA Lab #1
Procedure 1 Continuity Check (5 points)
Goal: To determine if any two holes are connected and what the resistance between any two holes is.
1.a (2 points)
Our group reached a conse
EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Homework 2
Posted: April 9, 2012
Due: April 16, 2012, 2:20 pm, in class
Important: On the first page of your homework, please give the following information:
Name: _ Student ID: _ Section: _
All your answers s
Sample problem Topic: Power and energy Problem statement One 9V battery supplies 100mA to a camping flashlight. How much energy does the battery supply in 5 hours? Problem solution The power is P = VI = 9V 100mA = 9V (100 10-3 A) = 0.9W Note that the powe
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EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Homework 7
Posted: February 22, 2013
Due: Wednesday, March 6, 2013, 12:20 pm, in class
Important: On the first page of your homework, please give the following
information:
Name: _ Stu
1
Chapter 1 Circuit Variables
Study Guide
Objectives:
1. Understand and be able to use SI units and the standard prefixes for powers of 10.
2. Know and be able to use the definitions of voltage and current.
3. Know and be able to use the definitions of po
CEE 220
Due: April 28th
Homework Assignment No. 4
Spring 2014
Reading Assignments:
Please read the Strain handout.
Problem Set
For all problems, write a problem statement, provide sketches, and comment on your thought process.
Draw free body diagrams as a
EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Midterm Exam 1 Solutions
April 13, 2012, 1:30-2:20pm, in class
Do not work on this exam until everybody has received their exam and we give the start signal!
Name: _ Student ID: _ Section: _
Problem 1
(15 + 10
1)
a) The circuit for t<0 is:
100 A
10 V
+
v1
20 k
Node eq.
100 x10 6 +
Then :
i L ( 0) = 4
20 k
iL
v1 10 v1
+
= 0 or 2 + 2v1 = 10 or v1 = 4 V
20k
20k
20k
= 0.2 mA
b) The circuit for t>0 is:
4 k
5H
iL
diL
diL R
di
+ RiL = 0 or
+ iL = L + 800iL = 0
dt
dt L
EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Homework 9
Posted: March 9, 2013
Due: March 15, 2013, 12:20 pm, in class
Important: On the first page of your homework, please give the following information:
Name: _ Student ID: _ Section: _
All your answers
ADVANCED PROGRAM IN ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
REPORT EE 215 Laboratory 1: Introdution to Circuit Analysis. Class: Name 1. 2. 3. 4.
Procedure 1 Continuity Check (5 points) Use your multimeter to verify the connections in your breadboard in t
EE215 HW 3 Solutions
Problem 1:
Obtain vo in the circuit below:
Problem 2:
Since the 100V source is absorbing 50W of power in the network, the current flows
through it should be
50 = 100 x i100V => i100V = 0.5 A (the direction of current flow is top-down)
Problem 1
Problem 2
Problem 3
Problem 5
Yes.
1) Fig (a) in in series combination. So if one bulb in the series burns away, then
the entire Christmas light series stops glowing.
2) Fig (b) is in parallel combination. Even if one bulb burns, other bulbs wil
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EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Homework 8
Posted: March 1, 2013
Due: March 11, 2013, 12:20 pm, in class
Important: On the first page of your homework, please give the following information:
Name: _ Student ID: _ Sec
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E215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Homework 2 Solutions
Problem 1: Youre given an ideal 5-A current source as a gift.
a) If this source is placed in an electronic circuit, will there be a voltage across
its terminals?
Ye
EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Homework 6
Posted: February 15, 2013
Due: February 25, 2013, 12:20 pm, in class
Important: On the first page of your homework, please give the following information:
Name: _ Student ID: _ Section: _
All your a
EE215 HW6 Solution
Problem 1:
The voltage waveform below is applied across a 30 F capacitor. Draw the current waveform
through it.
"(1) V
" (1)
10
2
12 1 (ms)
( ms)
4
-1 0
Solution:
From the figure , we can write equations of
wr uations of
in
different i
EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Homework 5
Posted: February 8, 2013
Due: February 18 20, 2013, 12:20 pm, in class
Important: On the first page of your homework, please give the following information:
Name: _ Student ID: _ Section: _
All your
EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Homework 3
Posted: January 25, 2013
Due: February 4, 2013, 12:20 pm, in class
Important: On the first page of your homework, please give the following information:
Name: _ Student ID: _ Section: _
All your ans
EE233 Spring 2016
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Washington
EE233 Homework 9 Solution
May 22, 2016
Due Date: May 27, 2016
HW5 Topics:
Filters
HW5 References:
Textbook sections 14.4 14.5, 15.1.
Attention: You are allowed to check your
Homework 2
1. Solve the following problems from chapters 3 and 4 of the textbook (3rd edition). For
Verilog questions, please implement your solution in Quartus Prime and make sure that
the code is error free and produces the expected results.
a. 3.4, 3.5
EE233 Spring 2016
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Washington
EE233 Midterm 2 Solution
May 20, 2016
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Department of Electrical Engineering
EE 215, Winter 2017
Fatima Zolfaghar (1540943) Courtney Seto (1331334)
Lab 1 Basic Measurements and Ohms Law, Voltage and Current Dividers
Introduction:
The objectives of this lab is to find th
BEE 233 Lab 1
Phasor Circuits
Instructor:
Eric Drucker
Name of Students in team:
TzuEn Hsieh
Phuoc Hoang Thai
Date summited:
February 3, 2017
Introduction
The objectives foe this lab are:
Build and measure phasor circuits including voltage dividers, imped