Problem 6.47 Determine i2 in the circuit of Fig. P6.47 for t 0, given that Vs =
10 V, Rs = 0.1 M, R = 1 M, C1 = 1 F, and C2 = 2 F.
i2
Rs
t=0
+
Vs _
R
C2
C1
Figure P6.47: Circuit for Problem 6.47.
Solu
RLC Circuits
EECS 215: Intro.
Second Order Circuits
A second order circuit is characterized
by a second order differential equation
Resistors and two energy storage elements
Determine voltage/current
EECS 215 Lab Supplementary Materials / DC Lab Cover page
DC Lab Report
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EECS 215 Lab Supplementary Materials / Op Amp Lab Cover page
Op Amp Lab Report
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Problem 5.65 Show that the op-amp circuit in Fig. P5.65 (in which R = 10 k, and
C = 20 F) simulates the differential equation
dv
+ 5v = 10vs .
dt
v
R
C
R
_
R
+
R
_
v1
R
+
v2
R
_
+
v3
2R
R
vs
_
+
v4
Fi
Laboratory 1 DC Circuits
EECS 215
LABORATORY 1 DC CIRCUITS
OUTLINE
1 Basic Measurement of Electric Circuits
Voltage Measurements
Current Measurements
Resistance Measurements
2 Background for Laborator
Problem 1.6 A certain cross section lies in the xy plane. If 3 1020 electrons
go through the cross section in the z-direction in 4 seconds, and simultaneously,
1.5 1020 protons go through the same cro
Circuits by Fawwaz T. Ulaby and Michel M. Maharbiz
Solutions to the Exercises
Fawwaz T. Ulaby and Michel M. Maharbiz, Circuits
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Problem 3.32 The circuit in Fig. P3.32 includes a dependent current source. Apply
mesh analysis to determine Ix .
5
Ix
+
+
+
12.3 V _
10
I1
I4
4
20
I2
2Ix
I3
2
Figure P3.32: Circuit for Problem 3.32
EECS215 Multisim Workshop: Analyzing DC Circuits
1. Drawing the Circuit
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500
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R1
R2
2
400
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V1
6V
500 x i
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3
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V2
R3
2k
2 k
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Go to Place > Component Below summarizes the mo
MSE 330 Thermodynamics of Materials
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
University of Michigan
Homework #7 100 points
1- (25 points)
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EECS 215 Fall Semester 2014 Midterm Exam II
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Midterm Exam #1
February 9, 2016
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Lab 5: Filters
5-1 Introduction
Filters are circuits that pass or amplify signals at certain frequencies and block or
suppress signals at other frequencies. Essential for their performance are circuit
EECS 215. Practice final exam #1
The set of the following six problems from the Alexander and Sadiku textbook serve as a good sample for
the final exam: 5.54, 8.17, 9.65, 10.32. 11.75, 14.46
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EECS 281: Data Structures and Algorithms
Spring 2017
F INAL E XAM
Multiple Choice Portion
KEY 1 ANSWERS
Friday June 23, 2017
4:00PM
Lecture 3
Pseudocode,
Measuring Runtime,
Recurrence Relations
EECS 281: Data Structures & Algorithms
Pseudocode
If you still think that the hard part of programming is the
syntax, you are not even on
Lecture 8
Stacks and Queues
EECS 281: Data Structures & Algorithms
Project Tips:
P2 is OUT!
Somewhat like Minesweeper
Priority queues
Read pairing heap papers
This takes a while
Stack: Interface
Lecture 10
Ordered and Sorted Ranges
Algorithms and D.S. to Represent Sets
EECS 281: Data Structures & Algorithms
1
Container Review
Objects storing a variable number of other objects
Allow for contro