Sp08 ECE331 Homework #1 Solution
1. The n quantum number designates the electron shell. The l quantum number designates the electron subshell. The ml quantum number designates the number of electron s
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ECE331 Homework #7 Solution
1.
This problem asks us to consider a specimen of ice I which is at 15C and 10 atm pressure.
(a) In order to determine the pressure at which melting occurs at this tempera
ECE331 Homework #6 Solution 1. (a) Since n0 < ni, so this is the minority carrier concentration. This is a ptype semiconductor. (b) The minority carrier concentration n0 = 4.5104 cm3. The majority c
ECE331 Homework #5 Solution
1. Streetman, 3.2
The probability that a state at E above Ef is occupied is
f ( E f + E ) = 1 1 = 1 + exp( E f + E  E f ) / kT ) 1 + exp(E / kT )
The probability that a st
ECE331 Homework #4 Solution 1. Explain the concept of electron effective mass. At what scenario the effective mass is the actual electron mass? Use equations if necessary. Effective mass is the term u
ECE331 HW#3 Solution 1. (a) h h 6.63 10 34 kg * m p x = = = = 1.06 10  24 10 x 2x 2 1 10 s (b) 1 h h 4.14 10 15 t = = = = 6.59 10 16 2 (1) s E 2E
(
)
2)
E=
1 mv 2 19 2 , 1eV = 1.6 10
h = mv h m
ECE331 Homework #2 Solutions
1. Direction A is a [ 1 10] direction Direction B is a [121] direction Direction C is a [0 1 2 ] direction Direction D is a [12 1] direction
2. For plane A this is a ( 1 1
ECE301 Homework #11
149 (solution)
Using node analysis first at Node A
1 1
VB V2
C1s + + VA = C1sV1
R2 R1
R2 R1
VA
1
+ C2 s + VB C2 s V2 = 0
Node B:
R2
R2
The ideal OP AMP model requires VB = VN
ECE301 Homework#10
1230 (Solution)
R
IA
i1(t)
+
IB
C
L
V2(t)

Mesh Current Analysis
I A = I1 ( s )
I1 ( s )
1
1
sC
I B R + sL +
= 0 IB =
I1 ( s )
sC
sC
R + sL + 1
sC
s I (s)
L I (s)
L I (s)
s
C1
C
ECE 301 Homework#9
126 (Solution)
VN
R
R
IN
VP IP
+
V2(t)
+
+
V1(t)
C
R
Using node analysis
VN VN V2
+
+ IN
R
R
=0
=0
(1)
VP
+ (VP V1 ) sC + I P
R
=0
=0
(2)
where I N = I P = 0, VP = VN
From (1)(2)
ECE301 Homework #8
11.61 (solution)
(a)
1
1
1
R
2
V2 ( s )
= R s = H ( s) = R = R
T (s) =
1
1
1
V1 ( s )
+R
+ Rs
+S
Rs
R
R2
1 t R2
h(t ) =
e
u (t )
R2
1
K
K2
1
1
H ( s)
R2
=
= 1+
=
G ( s) =
1
1 s
ECE301 Homework #7
1136. (solution)
Given g (t ) = ( e 60t sin(80t ) ) u (t ) and x(t ) = 20 cos(100t ) then
G (s) =
80
( s + 60)2 + 802
T ( s) = H ( s) = s G ( s) =
80 s
( s + 60)2 + 802
yss (t ) =
ECE301 Homework #6
11.6 (solution)
Using series and parallel equivalence
Ls ( R + Ls ) L2 s 2 + 3RLs + R 2
=
Z in = R + Ls / /( R + Ls ) = R +
Ls + R + Ls
2 Ls + R
Using twopath current division
1
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2002 is the 200th birthday of Jeremiah Wide, the first European settler in the area and the
man for whom Wideplace was named. The city council wants to mark the occasion by
constructing a 400 ft. tall
The cucumber slicer in your pickle factory cost $150,000 when it was purchased in early
1995. You estimated at that time that the slicer would be worth $40,000 at the end of its
sixyear expected life
2002 is the 200th birthday of Jeremiah Wide, the first European settler in the area and the
man for whom Wideplace was named. The city council wants to mark the occasion by
constructing a 400 ft. tall