Kirchhoffs Voltage and Current Laws (KCL & KVL)
11. In the circuit shown below, Find the power supplied by the 2A current source.
12. In the circuit shown in figure 1, use KCL and KVL to find the power supplied by the 12 V source.
Problem Set (5)
Problem 1
Find v0 and i0 using both nodal analysis and mesh current methods.
Problem 2
Calculate the power supplied by the 4V source using the mesh current method.
Problem 3
Use the mesh current method to find the power supplied or absorbe
Assignment-3, Electric Circuits ENGR2790U
Q1. For the circuit shown below, find the total voltage across R2, using superposition of the two voltage
sources.
Solution
Q2. For the circuit shown below, determine the Thevenin equivalent circuit.
Q3. For the c
Midterm-2 Exam
Student ID: -
Electric Circuits ENGR2790
Student Name: -
23-Nov-2012
Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science
Electric Circuits ENGR2790
Midterm Exam-2
Instructor: Dr. H.A.Gaber
Instructions
Please answer all questions. It is allowed t
Assignment-6, Electric Circuits ENGR2790U
Q1. [30] An impedance coil having a 0.20 lagging power factor is connected in series with a 300-W lamp
in order to supply the lamp with 120 V from a 208-V 60Hz source. Find the voltage across the terminals
of the
Midterm-1 Exam
Student ID: -
Electric Circuits ENGR2790
Student Name: -
12-Oct-2012
Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science
Electric Circuits ENGR2790
Midterm Exam-1
Instructor: Dr. H.A.Gaber
Instructions
Please answer all questions. It is allowed t
Problem set (7)
Problem 1
For the circuit in Fig. 1, find the Thevenin
equivalent between terminals a and b.
Figure 1
Problem 2
For the circuit in Fig. 2, obtain the
Thevenin equivalent as seen from
terminals:
(a) a-b
(b) b-c
Figure 2
Problem 3
Determine
P.1
P.2
P.3
Problem set (6)
P.4
P.5
Use the superposition principle to calculate Vxand the power delivered by the 25 V source
Use the principle of superposition to find the power supplied or absorbed by the dependent source.
Assignment-5, Electric Circuits ENGR2790U
Q1. [30] At a frequency of 400 Hz, what value of capacitor must be connected in series with an
impedance of 75+60, to give a total impedance of 75-60?
Q2. [40] An inductive circuit of 50 resistance and 0.08H induc
Problem Set (4)
Question # 1
For the circuit shown in Fig.1, use the node-voltage method to
a) Find the unknown node voltages V1, V2, and V3.
b) Calculate the power absorbed or supplied by all the independent and dependent
sources.
Question # 2
In the cir
Problem Set (9)
First Order Transient Circuits
Problem (1)
In the circuit shown, find ix for t > 0. Let R1 = R2 = 1 k, R3 = 2 k, and C = 0.25 mF.
Problem (2)
The switch in the circuit shown has been opened for a long time. It closes at t = 0.
a)
Calculate
Practice Problems for Midterm Exam
Chapter 5
Example 5.11, 5.12, CC 5-2, CC 5-9
Exercise 5-21, 5-35
Chapter 6
Example 6-5, 6-6, 6-9, CC 6-4, CC 6-6
Exercise 6-65, 6-75, and 6-77
Chapter 7
Example 7-3, 7-4, 7-5, 7-10, CC 7-2, CC 7-3, CC 7-5, CC 7-8
Exercis
Fundamentals of
Electromagnetics
ELEE2520U
Lecture 14
Electrostatic Boundary-Value Problems
(Chapter 6 of Elements of Electromagnetics by
Sadiku)
By
Dr. Farhan Abdul Ghaffar
Procedures for Determining E
When a charge distribution is known
Gauss's Law
C
Fundamentals of
Electromagnetics
ELEE2520U
Lecture 17
Magnetostatic Fields
(Chapter 7 of Elements of Electromagnetics by
Sadiku)
By
Dr. Farhan Abdul Ghaffar
Application of Amperes Law
Infinite Long Coaxial Transmission Line
An infinitely long transmissio
Fundamentals of
Electromagnetics
ELEE2520U
Lecture 16
Magnetostatic Fields
(Chapter 7 of Elements of Electromagnetics by
Sadiku)
By
Dr. Farhan Abdul Ghaffar
Introduction
Electrostatic Fields: (static charges)
E for electric field intensity
D for electric
Fundamentals of
Electromagnetics
ELEE2520U
Electrical Fields in Material Space
(Chapter 5 of Elements of Electromagnetics by
Sadiku)
By
Dr. Farhan Abdul Ghaffar
Lecture 11 (Review)
Electric Field in material space
Conductors (1)
Insulators/Dielectric (
Fundamentals of
Electromagnetics
ELEE2520U
Lecture 13
Electrical Fields in Material Space
(Chapter 5 of Elements of Electromagnetics by
Sadiku)
By
Dr. Farhan Abdul Ghaffar
Lecture 11 (Review)
Electric Field in material space
Conductors (1)
Insulators/D
Fundamentals of
Electromagnetics
ELEE2520U
Lecture 18
Magnetic Forces, Materials, and Devices
(Chapter 8 of Elements of Electromagnetics by
Sadiku)
By
Dr. Farhan Abdul Ghaffar
Review of Magnetostatics
Magnetostatic Fields: (constant current flow)
H for m
Fundamentals of
Electromagnetics
ELEE2520U
Lecture 2
Vector Algebra Review
Vector Multiplication
Coordinate System
(Chapter 1 and 2 of Elements of Electromagnetics by Sadiku)
By
Dr. Farhan Abdul Ghaffar
Vector Algebra
Unit Vector
Position and Distance V
Fundamentals of
Electromagnetics
ELEE2520U
Lecture 15
Electrostatic Boundary-Value Problems
(Chapter 6 of Elements of Electromagnetics by
Sadiku)
By
Dr. Farhan Abdul Ghaffar
Continuing on Poisson's and
Laplace's Equation
A metal bar of conductivity is ben