EE 233 Network Analysis 1
Assignment 8 Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis
& Power Calculations
Due December 1st 2015 (Tuesday)
1) The following sets of values for and pertain to the circuit shown in the figure. For
each set of values, calculate P and Q and
EE 233 Network Analysis 1
Assignment 2 Ohms Law and Kirchhoffs Law
Due 24th Sept 2015 (Thursday)
1) Given the circuit shown in figure, find
a) The value of ia ,
b) The value of ib ,
c) The value of vo ,
d) The power dissipated in each resistor,
e) The pow
EE 233 Network Analysis- 1
Op-Amp Practice Questions
Due Thursday, December 10th
1) Find iL (in milliamperes) in the circuit given below.
2) Find io in the circuit if the op amp is ideal.
3) The op amp in the circuit is ideal. Calculate the following:
a)
EE 233 Network Analysis 1
Assignment 5 Norton & Thevenin Equivalent &
Superposition Theorem
Due October 20th 2015 (Tuesday)
(5 Points)
1) Find V0 using Superposition Theorem.
8 k
12 V
4 k
12 k
4 k
4 mA
2)
a) For the circuit given below, find the Thevenin
1
EE 233 Network Analysis I
Assignment 1 - Circuit Variables
Due Sept 10 (Thursday)
Each question is 5 Points
= 0,
1. The current at the terminals of the element in Fig. 1.5 is
= 40 500 ,
< 0;
0.
a) Find the expression for the charge accumulating at t
EE 233 Network Analysis 1
Assignment 7 Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis
Due November 19th 2015 (Thursday)
1) Use nodal analysis to find Io in the circuit shown.
(5 Points)
2) Use the Node-Voltage to find the steady-state expression for i0, in the circuit
EE 233 Network Analysis 1
Assignment 4 Node Voltage & Mesh Current Analysis
Due October 13th, 2015 (Tuesday)
1) Find the power dissipated in the 40 resistor of the circuit shown in Figure 1 by
using node voltage analysis.
(5 Points)
20
40
8
20 V
10
16
EE 233 Network Analysis I
Assignment 3 Series, Parallel, -Y & Y-
Due October 1st (Thursday)
1)
a) Find the no-load value of vo in the in the circuit shown.
b) Find vo when RL is 300 k.
c) How much power is dissipated in the 50 k resistor if the load termi
Introduction:
In this report we will do another Assembly program to calculate the average of three
given numbers stored in memory, In order to do this program we need to consider this
important factors:
1- Variables will be the one which will hold the val
BME/EE-451: Introduction to Nanotechnology, Fall 2015, Project 1
Project #1: Carbon Nanostructure Simulation with Nanotube Modeler Software
In this project, we are going to simulate the structure of carbon nanotube, buckyball, etc.
using Nanotube Modeler