EE213 Electrical Circuits Laboratory Term Project
Two Speed Automatic Transmission System
1. Introduction
Transmission system is an assembly of gears,
shafts and electrical gadgets in an automobile. This system
forms a bridge between the engine and wheels
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06. 12. 2001
MAKE UP
EE213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
1. R = 560, L = 100 mH, C = 0.1 F in the figure. The switch is open at time t = 0and the capacitor is charged to 100 V and the initial current in the inductor is 30
mA. A
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28.11. 2001
Wednesday Afternoon
Time:15 minutes
EE 213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
1. The initial voltage across the capacitor in the figure is 12 V and the initial current
in the inductor is 30 mA. The circuit element values are R = 200, L
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EE213 EXPERIMENT #8
First Order Circuits
Tuesday Morning Group Quiz
1. a. (30 pts.) Write the equations to find the capacitor voltage V c(t) in terms of Vin(t)
and the circuit elements for the circuit below.
R
+
C
Vin(t)
Vc(t)

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13. 12. 2000
Wednesday morning
EE213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
1. R = 560, L = 100 mH, C = 0.1 F in the figure. The switch is open at time t = 0and the capacitor is charged to 100 V and the initial current in the inductor is 30
mA. At time t = 0+ the swit
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30. 11. 2001
Friday morning
EE213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
1. Find the differential equation relating Vo(t) to Iin(t) in terms of R, L and C.
2. Write down the characteristic equation for this differential equation.
3. If R = 200, L = 50
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26. 11. 2001
Monday Afternoon
EE213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
1. Find the differential equation relating Vo(t) to Iin(t) in terms of R, L and C.
2. Write down the characteristic equation for this differential equation.
3. If R = 200, L = 50 mH, C = 0.2 F,
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30. 11. 2001
Friday Afternoon
EE213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
For the circuit below, Vin(t) = Vpeak.u(t)
1) Find the differential equation relating Vc(t) to Vin(t) in terms of R, L and C.
2) Write the characteristic equation for this diffe
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12. 12. 2000
Tuesday morning
EE213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
1. Find the differential equation relating Vo(t) to Iin(t) in terms of R, L and C.
2. Write down the characteristic equation for this differential equation.
3. If R = 200, L = 50 mH, C = 0.2 F,
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13. 12. 2000
Wednesday afternoon
EE213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
1. R = 280, L = 50 mH, C = 0.05 F in the figure. The switch is open at time t = 0and the capacitor is charged to 50 V and the initial current in the inductor is 30
mA. At time t = 0+ the swi
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15. 12. 2000
Friday morning
EE213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
1. The initial energy stored in the circuit is zero. At t = 0, a dc source of 24 mA is
applied to the circuit (i.e. switch is closed). If R = 400, L = 25 mH, C = 25 nF,
find the initial value of
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12. 12. 2000
Tuesday afternoon
EE 213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
1. The initial voltage across the capacitor in the figure is 12 V and the initial current
in the inductor is 30 mA. The circuit element values are R = 200, L = 50 mH, C
= 0.2 F. Find the init
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15. 12. 2000
Friday afternoon
EE213 Experiment 9
Quiz 9
1. The initial energy stored in the inductor is zero, and the initial value of the
capacitor is 100V. At t = 0, a dc source of 24 mA is applied to the circuit (i.e.
switch is closed). If R = 20
1. Consider the following circuit.
Vin(t)
2V
CH I
+
+
0.5 ms
1 ms
2 V
Vin(t)
10 k
Grounded
output
CRO settings:
CH I / CH II : Released
Time / Div (for CH I) : 0.1 ms
Volt / Div (for CH I) : 1 V
AC / DC (for CH I) : Depressed
Time / Div (for CH II) : 0.5
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26.11.1999
EE213 Experiment 5Quiz
1. (4 pnt) For the following circuit show probe connections on the circuit
and write down CRO settings to observe iv characteristics of R (do not
plot iv characteristics).
2. (6 pnt) iv characteristics of circui
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213 Laboratory Experiment 6  Quiz
(5pnt.) Signal and ground outputs of the signal generator is connected to CH1 probe
of the oscilloscope properly. The properties of the triangular wave signal on the
signal generator are as follows:
amplitude
: 4Vp
1. Set up the circuit given below using function generator.
+
600
vin(t)
V2

R1=3.3K
1F
+
R2=3.3K
V1

Vin(t)=3sin(2000t)
A. Observe and plot V1(t) and V2(t).
B. Observe and plot Vin(t) and V1(t) simultaneously. Determine the phase difference. Which one
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FINAL EXAMINATION
1.) Adjust the output of the function generator to a square wave of 2 V pp with 1 DC
offset and f = 500Hz. After appliying the wave as V in(t) observe and plot Vo(t). Briefly
explain the function of the c
Experiment 7: MEASURING THE TIME CONSTANT OF AN RC CIRCUIT
Object: The object of this experiment is to study the behavior of the time dependent potential
difference across a capacitor in a simple RC series circuit.
Prior to Lab: From the information in th
1. Abstract
In this report, a design solution for the Two Speed Automatic Transmission System
project is presented and the details of each circuit block are explained. Also, the design
process is discussed. And finally, cost and power analysis plus simula
ECE 233
Laboratory Experiment 8
Capacitors and Inductors I
Capacitors are two terminal circuit elements that can store electrical energy. When a capacitor
is excited by an AC voltage source, if the frequency of the source is high enough it behaves as
shor
Arash Ashrafnjead 2040491
Assistant: Ilker Buzcu
Mert Karamanci 1937077
Tuesday Morning Group
EE213 Term Project Prereport
Two Speed Automatic Transmission System
1. Introduction
The main goal of the project is to demonstrate the rpm of engine from the
DC Level Detector:
In this section, AC waveforms generated by pulse width modulation were
altered into DC level output which is the average of AC waveforms. To convert
these AC waveforms, RC circuit low pass filter was used. Low pass filter had an
effect
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FINAL EXAMINATION
TUESDAY MORNING 1
1.) Adjust the sine wave output of the function generator on CADET to
vi(t) = 8sin(4000t) volts. Then, set up the following fullwave rectifier circuit.
a
+
+
v i( t)
v o(t)
R
1 .8 k
b
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3.a)
Form factor of a waveform I(t) is defined as
I rms
I mean
where I rms is the rootmeansquare and I mean is the mean value of the
waveform. Find the form factor of the waveform below.
b.)
Multimeters are adjusted for sine wave reading. We try to meas
1.)
Fill in the blanks:
Ideal voltmeter has . input resistance.
Ideal ammeter has . input resistance.
Voltmeter connected in . with a terminal pair through which the
voltage is to be measured.
Ammeter connected in . with a terminal pair through which the
1.a) Explain the functions of the following in a few words:
i. Variac:
ii. Rheostat:
iii. Potentiometer:
b) Explain the following:
i. Grounding effect:
ii. Rsh (Shunt resistance):
iii. Mean value of a periodic signal with period T:
iv. Rms value of a sign