ECE 2A Spring 2008
Prof. K. Banerjee
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of California, Santa Barbara
Homework #3
Due Date: May 2, 2008 (by 5 pm)
1. For the circuit below, assume that the current ig is known. The resistors R1 R5 ar
EENG223: CIRCUIT THEORY I
DC Circuits:
Operational Amplifiers
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Op Amps: Introduction
Op Amp is short form of operational
amplifier.
An op amp is an electronic unit that behaves
like a voltage controlled voltage sou
Simon Fraser University
School of Engineering Science
ENSC 220 Electric Circuits1
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Instructor: Bob Gill, P.Eng., FEC
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Formula Sheet: Final Exam Summer 2014
Natural Response of an RL
circuit:
Step Response of an RL circuit:
Natural Response of an RC
Circuit:
Step Response of an RC Circuit
is given by:
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For Step Responses: I and V;
Parallel RLC:
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Series RLC:
Here are some hints for the Lab_Test
Measure the exact value of your external resistor and have that ready on your bread board
Turn the Fn_Gen and Scope ON
Set the scope probes to 10K and calibrate the scope
Reset the Fn_Gen by pressing the Blue butto
Assignment1: 100 Marks
(10 Questions, 10 Marks each)
Problem1:
Calculate the equivalent
resistance in the circuit.
Problem2:
Calculate the equivalent resistance in
the circuit and then find the current
Problem3:
Calculate the equivalent resistanc
ENSC 220 Lab Test
Name: _
Black Box Code = _ Bench #_
Objective:
Find R, L and C in the circuit below.
L
C
R
RLC Black Box
Method:
1. Record the code of your black box (above).
2. Record the value of the external resistor you are using for the experiment.
ENSC1201IntroductiontoInstrumentationandmeasurementcourse
(Amandatorycourseforallengineeringstudents)
Purposeandaimofthiscourse:
The purpose of this course is to introduce the first year engineering students to the concept of measurement using
engineerin
Key component in Operational Amplifiers
Objective of Lecture
Describe how dependent voltage and current
sources function.
Explain how they are treated when analyzing
a circuit and provide examples.
Dependent Sources
The output voltage or current of a depe
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(a) The current in an ideal conductor is given by 1' (I) =
1 cosh!) A for: 2 0, and 0 fer: a: 0. Determine the
charge transferred, :3 (r), as a function of time for r E". i].
cfw_h Repeat part (a) for the current plotted in gure Pl.6.
Again the current
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Maple and differential equations MA 2051 A B 05
Introduction
The basic Maple command for solving differential equations is dsolve. This command
can be used to obtain analytical solutions of linear equations as well as numerical solutions
of nonlinea
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Assignment 1 (30 marks)
ENSC 204, Fall 2016
Assigned: September 19, 2016
Due: September 26, 2016 at 11:59 PM in the ENSC 204 drop box at the ENSC office
* Print out this assignment and place all answers on the sheets.
1) Surface ident
Homework Assignment #2
MATH 310: Ordinary Differential Equations
Due date: Friday September 30, 2016
1. Find the general solution for each of the following ODEs:
(a) y 0 = 3x2 y 2 ,
(b) (3x y) + 2xy 0 = 0,
(c) (t2 4)y 0 + y = 0.
While manipulating an ODE
Homework Assignment #3
MATH 310: Ordinary Differential Equations
Due date: Friday October 14, 2016
1. Use Eulers method to solve the nonlinear ODE problem as described in exercise #15 on
page 111. To compute your numerical solution and plot the results, y
Basic Language Concepts
Sudhakar Yalamanchili, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006
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Describing Design Entities
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Primary programming abstraction is a design entity
Register, logic block, chip, board, or system
What aspects of a digita
Formula Sheet:
Natural Response of an RL
circuit:
Step Response of an RL circuit:
Natural Response of an RC
Circuit:
Step Response of an RC Circuit
is given by:
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School of Engineering Science
Name: _
Instructor: Bob Gill, P.Eng., FEC
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ENSC 220

Midterm Exam  2
Student Number: _
Maximum Marks: 100
Max Time: 2 Hours
Date: July 15 2014
Please confirm that this Exam ha
Tutorial4:
Problem 4.4
Assume the current i9 in the circuit in Fig. P4.4 is
known. The resistors RI R5 are also known.
a) How many unknown currents are there?
b) How many independent equations can be
written using Kirchhoff 3 current law (KCL)?
0) Write
Example: Analyzing an RC Circuit
that has Sequential Switching
The uncharged capacitor in the circuit
shown is initially switched to terminal a
of the threeposition switch. At t = 0,
the switch is moved to position b,
where it remains for 15 ms. After th
Tutorial7: 9.9, 9.19, 9.30
Problem 9.9:
Solution:
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ENSC_220Tutorials/Electric Circuits1: Simon Fraser University Engineering Science
Problem 9.19:
Solution:
Page 42
ENSC_220Tutorials/Electric Circuits1: Simon Fraser University Engineering Sc
Tutorial4:
Problem 4.4
Assume the current i9 in the circuit in Fig. P4.4 is
known. The resistors RI R5 are also known.
a) How many unknown currents are there?
b) How many independent equations can be
written using Kirchhoff 3 current law (KCL)?
0) Write
Tutorial8; 9.9, 9.19, 9.30
Problem 9.9:
9.9 The voltage applied to the circuit shown in Fig 9.5
at I x U is 20 cos (80m + 25") V. The circuit resist
ance is 89 Q and the initial current in the 75 mli
inductor is zero.
.1 Find i(t) for! 2 0.
b Write the
Tutorial5: Ch5: 3, 6, 12, 21,
5.3 fhc op army in the circuit in Fig. P53 is ideal. 100 km
a) Cafeulate v" if 1.5., a i V and 12., w l V,
b Calculate v if u, 2 V and a: m (1 V.
(3) Calculate 12, if v Z V and vb a 1 V.
:3 Calculate '31, if 2) L I V and vi,
Tutorial4:
Ch4: 4, 12, 21, 39, 70, 75
Problem 4.4
Assume the current in the circuit in Fig. P4.4 is
known. The resistors R1 R5 are also known.
a) How many unknown currents are there?
b) How many independent equations can be
written using Kirchhoff s curr
Simon Fraser University
School of Engineering Science  Electrical Engineering
ENSC 220 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS1
Disclaimer: Notes in this documents are a collection of Dr. Ash Paramesharam, Dr. John Birds
notes and material from the textbook.
Tutorials  Summ