EE2001CircuitAnalysisPartIbyProfErMengJoo2015/2016
EE2001 Tutorial 1 Solutions
1(i)
Vx
To find Ix, we can find Vx first as
/3. Noting
thatthe3and6resistorsareinparallel,wehave
3/6=2.Thecircuitissimplifiedasfollows:
I
4
12V
Vx
2
1
EE2001CircuitAnalysisPart
EE2001
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
(2013/2014 Session)
Lecture 7 to 18
Dr Er Meng Joo
Professor
School of EEE
Office : S1-B1c-90
Tel : 67904529
E-mail : emjer@ntu.edu.sg
http:/edventure.ntu.edu.sg
21-Aug-13
1
CONSULTATION HOURS
Academic Year 2013/2014 (Semester 1)
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EE2001
Circuit Analysis
Dr. Soh Cheong Boon
Associate Professor
Office : EEE-S2-B2C-107
Tel : 67905373
Email : ecbsoh@ntu.edu.sg
1
Network Functions
Topics (3 hrs)
Chapter 7
Transfer Function
Poles and Zeros
Time Domain Response from Pole-Zero Plot
Poles
EE 2001 Assignment 1
1. (a) The initial current i(0) of an inductor in Figure 1 is 1A. A voltage v(t) given in Figure
2 is applied to the inductor. Find its current i(t) at t=1s, t=2.5s and t=4s. Also
determine its power and energy stored at t=5s.
(10 mar
AC Power Analysis
Chapter 11
EE2001
Circuit Analysis
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
Chapter 11
AC Power Analysis
By Dr. Lee Peng Hin
Instantaneous and Average Power
Maximum Average Power Transfer
Effective or RMS Value
Apparent Power and Pow
EE2001
Circuit Analysis
AC Circuits
Topics (15 hrs)
Dr. Lee Peng Hin
Associate Professor
Office : EEE-S1-B1a-09
Tel : 67904474
Email : ephlee@ntu.edu.sg
Chap 9
Chap 10
Chap 11
Chap 12
- Sinusoids and Phasors
- Sinusoidal Steady-State
Analysis
AC Powe
Three-Phase Circuits
Chapter 12
EE2001
Circuit Analysis
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7
Chapter 12
Three-Phase Circuits
By Dr. Lee Peng Hin
1
12.1 What is a Three-Phase Circuit?(1)
It is a system produced by a generator
consisting of three sources havi