TUT 12
Practice Question
Problem 10.5 PSpice|Multisim
Description: (a) Find the average power delivered by the ideal current source in the circuit
Part A
Find the average power delivered by the ideal current source in the circuit in the figure
textbook: i
TUT 1 Soln
Tutorial Question
Voltage and Current
Description: In this tutorial, students will calculate voltage and current via fundamental definitions.
Learning Goal: To determine the voltage and currents for elements in an electric circuit.
In electric
TUT 11 Solution
Practice Question
The Passive Circuit Elements in the Frequency Domain
Description: In this tutorial, students will learn to use phasor concepts to transform a circuit with a
sinusoidal source from the time domain to the frequency domain.
TUT 9 Solution
Students should also complete the two MultisimTutorials in the Multisim
directory of the Skills Challenge part of the course website. One tutorial is
online and the other tutorial is a document.
Practice Question
Problem 6.20 PSpice|Multisi
TUT 7
Tutorial Question
Source Transformations
Description: In this tutorial, students will learn how to transform a series-connected voltage source
and resistor into an equivalent parallel-connected current source and resistor. These source
transformatio
TUT 9
Students should also complete the two MultisimTutorials in the Multisim
directory of the Skills Challenge part of the course website. One tutorial is
online and the other tutorial is a document.
Practice Question
Problem 6.20 PSpice|Multisim
Descrip
TUT 7 SOLUTION
Tutorial Question
Source Transformations
Description: In this tutorial, students will learn how to transform a series-connected voltage source
and resistor into an equivalent parallel-connected current source and resistor. These source
tran
TUT 5 Solutions
Tutorial Question
The Node-Voltage Method and Dependent Sources
Description: In this tutorial, students will use the node-voltage method to solve circuits that contain
dependent sources. This tutorial builds on the material covered in the
TUT 6 SOLUTION
Tutorial Question
Introduction to the Mesh-Current Method
Description: In this tutorial, students will use the mesh-current method to solve circuits that do not
present either of these special conditions: a current source that is on the per
TUT 8
Practice Question
Problem 4.77
Description: Find the Thevenin equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b in the circuit. (a) Find
the equivalent voltage. (b) Find the equivalent resistance.
Find the Thevenin equivalent with respect to the terminal
TUT 5
Tutorial Question
The Node-Voltage Method and Dependent Sources
Description: In this tutorial, students will use the node-voltage method to solve circuits that contain
dependent sources. This tutorial builds on the material covered in the Introducti
TUT 6
Tutorial Question
Introduction to the Mesh-Current Method
Description: In this tutorial, students will use the mesh-current method to solve circuits that do not
present either of these special conditions: a current source that is on the perimeter of
TUT 4 Soln
Practice Question
Problem 3.34
Description: The ammeter has a resistance of 0.1 Omega. It is used to measure the current i_o in
the circuit in the figure. (a) What is the percentage of error in the measured value? Use the
following definition:
TUT 4
Practice Question
Problem 3.34
Description: The ammeter has a resistance of 0.1 . It is used to measure the current
i0 in the
circuit in the figure. (a) What is the percentage of error in the measured value? The ammeter has a
resistance of 0.1 . It
TUT 3
Tutorial Question
Analysis of a Circuit Containing Dependent Sources
Description: In this tutorial, students will use Kirchhoff's laws to evaluate circuits that contain
dependent sources.
Learning Goal: To analyze circuits that contain dependent sou
TUT 8 Solution
Practice Question
Problem 4.77
Description: Find the Thevenin equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b in the circuit. (a) Find
the equivalent voltage. (b) Find the equivalent resistance.
Find the Thevenin equivalent with respect to the
TUT 10
Students should also continue to complete the two MultisimTutorials in the
Multisim directory of the Skills Challenge part of the course website. One
tutorial is online and the other tutorial is a document.
Practice Question
The Natural Response of
ELEC1103 Semester 1
Lecture 39: First-Order Circuits (Part 2: RC Driven-Response)
Dr. Craig Jin
ELEC1103
1
FIRST-ORDER CIRCUITS
Ch7. I. First-Order RC Circuits
Consider the driven RC circuit:
t=0s
+
vR
_
R
Vs
+
_
+
C
vC
_
Before the switch is closed, the
ELEC1103 Semester 1
Lecture 38: First-Order Circuits (Part 1: RC Free-Response)
Dr. Craig Jin
ELEC1103
1
FIRST-ORDER CIRCUITS
Ch7. I. First-Order RC Circuits
Consider the source free RC circuit:
t=0s
We assume that before the switch is
closed, the capacit
ELEC1103 Semester 1
Lecture 40: First-Order Circuits (Part 3: RL Circuits)
Dr. Craig Jin
ELEC1103
1
FIRST-ORDER CIRCUITS
Ch7. II. First-Order RL Circuits
Consider the circuit shown below. Find iL(t). Assume that before the switch closed
iL (0 ) I o .
We g
RESISTIVE CIRCUITS
Ch3. VI. Measuring Voltage and Current
An ammeter is used to measure current and a voltmeter is used to measure
voltage. Connect the ammeter in series with the circuit and the voltmeter in
parallel with the circuit. The ammeter ideally
ELEC1103 Semester 1
Lecture 9: Equivalent Resistance
Dr. Craig Jin
ELEC1103
1
RESISTIVE CIRCUITS
Ch3. I. Series Resistances
Consider the series combination of three resistances
V 1 = iR 1
i
+
V = V 1 + V2 + V 3
R1
+
v
_
v1
+
Loop 1 R
2
_
v3
V - V1 - V2 -
ELEC1103 Semester 1
Lecture 7: Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
Dr. Craig Jin
ELEC1103
1
KIRCHHOFFS VOLTAGE LAW
Ch2. V. Kirchhoffs Voltage Law (KVL)
Electric circuits obey the principle of conservation of energy.
Similar to a gravitational field, the electric fi
ELEC1103 Semester 1
Lecture 6: Kirchhoff's Current Law
Dr. Craig Jin
ELEC1103
1
NODES, LOOPS, AND BRANCHES
Ch2. III. Nodes, Loops, and Branches
A branch represents a single element such as a voltage source or a resistor.
A node is the point of connectio
ELEC1103 Semester 1
Lecture 2. Units and Electrical Charge
Dr. Craig Jin
ELEC1103
1
BASIC PHYSICS
Ch1. III. Basic Physics
What is the difference between Physical Dimensions and Units ?
Dimensions are a physical attribute of something that exists in the
ELEC1103 Semester 1
Lecture 4. Basic Elements of Circuit Theory
Dr. Craig Jin
ELEC1103
1
CIRCUIT THEORY
Ch1. IV. Circuit Theory
Lumped-Parameter Systems versus Transmission Lines
In electrical engineering, we understand that wires carry power from a
gen
ELEC1103 Semester 1
Lecture 1. Introduction
Dr. Craig Jin
ELEC1103
1
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Ch1. I. Overview of Electrical Engineering
ELEC1103
2
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Ch1. II. Layers of Abstraction
- Layers of abstraction is the key in engineering to bu
TUT 12 Solution
Practice Question
Problem 10.5 PSpice|Multisim
Description: (a) Find the average power delivered by the ideal current source in the circuit
Part A
Find the average power delivered by the ideal current source in the circuit in the figure
te
TUT 10 SOLUTION
Students should also continue to complete the two MultisimTutorials in the
Multisim directory of the Skills Challenge part of the course website. One
tutorial is online and the other tutorial is a document.
Practice Question
The Natural Re
TUT 11
Practice Question
The Passive Circuit Elements in the Frequency Domain
Description: In this tutorial, students will learn to use phasor concepts to transform a circuit with a
sinusoidal source from the time domain to the frequency domain. This invo