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Tutorial 3 Solutions
Q1. In the circuit shown below the Node voltages are V 1 =8V, V2 = 30V and V3 = 36V.
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Lecture 1 (Week 3)
Node Voltage Analysis
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Recap
The equivalent resistance of N number of resistors connected in
series is the sum of the individual resistances.
N
Req = R1 + R2 + + Rn = Rn
n
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Tutorial 4 - Solutions
Q1 Superposition
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12V
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Analyse the circuit one source at a time an
Lecture 1 (Week 2)
Circuit Elements
&
Kirchhoff's Laws
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Elements that
generate electrical
energy
Circuit (Network) Elements
Active Elements
Elements that
consume electrical
energy
Passive Ele
Lecture 1 (Week 4)
Circuit Theorems
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Motivation
Determine the voltage across the 2 resistor.
V
Nodal analysis
20 v
v
+ 8 = v = 30V
5
5
2
v0 = x 30 = 12V
5
Are there any other alternative(s)
Lecture 1 (Week 5)
Capacitors and Inductors
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Capacitors
2
Construction
A capacitor is a passive element designed to store energy in
its electric field.
A capacitor consists of two conductin
Lecture 1 (Week 5)
Capacitors and Inductors
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Capacitors
2
Construction
A capacitor is a passive element designed to store energy in
its electric field.
A capacitor consists of two conductin
Lecture 1 - Week 8
AC System Fundamentals
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DC Vs AC
A voltage supplied by a DC
source has a certain polarity
& remains constant.
AC varies in polarity and
magnitude. The polarity
changes peri
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Charge & Current SOLUTIONS
Q1.
If the current in a wire is given by the following function
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Tutorial 6 - Inductors & Capacitors
Q1
A 30F capacitor has a voltage of 8V across it at t=0. If a constant cur
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Tutorial 5 - Week 6 - Circuit Theorems
Q1
Use superposition to calculate I for the circuit shown below. (-1.8
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Tutorial 7 - Response of RC and RL circuits
Q1
A circuit containing a single inductor is at steady state until
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Charge & Current
Q1.
If the current in a wire is given by the following functions of time,
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Tutorial 2 - Week 3 - Kirchhoff's laws
Q1. In the figure below a voltage source and two resistors are connecte
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Tutorial 3 - Network reduction & voltage-current division
Q1
What is the power dissipated in the 40 ohm resist
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Tutorial 4 - Week 5 - Node & Mesh Analysis
Q1. In the circuit shown below the Node voltages are V 1 =8V, V2 =
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