MOHIT SHAH
WSU ID: Q294Y632
DATE: 02/13/13
EE282; WEDNESDAY- 7:10PM
LAB INSTRUCTOR: Ms. DIVYA
Lab Report - 3
Objective: To understand electric polarity and be able to do power and resistance
calculation.
Pre Lab: None
Procedure:
1. We was provided a lamp
2/27/2013
10
Electric Circuits I
EE 282
Spring 2012
Dr. Visvakumar Aravinthan
(Dr. Ara)
Today
Topics Covered: Voltage, Power and Basic
Elements
Homework
Posted: None
Due: None
Reading Assignment: 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3
1
2/27/2013
Nodal Analysis
This is a
10
Electric Circuits I
EE 282
Spring 2012
Dr. Visvakumar Aravinthan
(Dr. Ara)
Today
Topics Covered: Voltage, Power and Basic
Elements
Homework
Posted: None
Due: None
Reading Assignment: 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3
Mesh Analysis
This is a technique to simplify
EE 282, Spring 2013
Circuits I
Homework 17
(Due 05/08/13)
Problem 1:
Write mesh equations for the circuit given in Figure 1. Use the mesh currents i1, i2, and i3 shown. You
do not need to solve the equations.
Figure 1
Solution:
Supermesh
= 3
KVL for supe
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Electric Circuits I
EE 282
Spring 2012
Dr. Visvakumar Aravinthan
(Dr. Ara)
Recall - 1
Waveforms
v(t) i(t)
VM
CVM
i(t)
v(t)
From the phasor diagram (polar coordinates) on the right it is
evident that for a capacitive load, current is leading the voltage
EE 282, Spring 2013
Electrical Circuits I
Homework 1
General Note: Make sure all the units are shown. No units No points
Problem 1:
The charge that has passed through a cross section of a certain device is given in SI units (C, s)
by the function
= 20 2
EE 282
Electrical Circuits I
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Wichita State University
Midterm 1
Fall 2011
First Name :
Last Name :
myWSU ID :
Date
:
General Instructions
Answer all the questions.
The exam is open book but c
13
Electric Circuits I
EE 282
Spring 2012
Dr. Visvakumar Aravinthan
(Dr. Ara)
Nortons Theorem
Similar to Thevenins Theorem
Voltage source and series resistance of the
equivalent circuit is replaced by current
source and parallel resistor
Nortons Theorem
13
Electric Circuits I
EE 282
Spring 2012
Dr. Visvakumar Aravinthan
(Dr. Ara)
Capacitors
Up to now:
We limited ourselves to resistive circuits
Energy is dissipated in resistor (heat/light)
There are other two basic elements
They have the ability to s
EE 282, Spring 2013
Circuits I
Homework 6
(Homework due 2/25/2013)
Problem 1: Problem 2.27 from the textbook modified, Let the source be 12V instead of 10V
Solution:
The given circuit,
Since 3 is in parallel with 6,
1 1 1
1
= + =
3 6 2
Since 2 is in seri
13
Electric Circuits I
EE 282
Spring 2012
Dr. Visvakumar Aravinthan
(Dr. Ara)
Test 2
56 Students took the test
1 absentee
Maximum:
Minimum:
Average:
Median:
100 (2 Students)
32
79.0
81.0
Test 2
Test 1
Inductors
Inductor stores energy in its magnetic fi
EE 282, Spring 2013
Circuits I
Homework 7
(Homework due 3/4/2013)
Problem 1: Do problem 2.48 part a only
Solution:
Wye to delta conversion,
10 10 + 10 10 + 10 10
= 30
10
10 10 + 10 10 + 10 10
=
= 30
10
10 10 + 10 10 + 10 10
=
= 30
10
=
Problem 2: Do pr
MOHIT SHAH
WSU ID: Q294Y632
DATE: 02/06/13
EE282; WEDNESDAY- 7:10PM
LAB INSTRUCTOR: DIVYA
Lab Report-2
Objective: To build circuits using Prototype Board and connect them to the NI ELVIS
and understand the use of an oscilloscope.
Pre Lab: None
Procedure:
MOHIT SHAH
WSU ID: Q294Y632
DATE: 01/30/13
EE282; WEDNESDAY- 7:10PM
LAB INSTRUCTOR: DIVYA
Lab Report-1
Objective: To find resistance of a given resistors by using its color code and digital
multimeter and also to find the percentage difference between the
MOHIT SHAH
WSU ID: Q294Y632
DATE: 03/13/13
EE282; WEDNESDAY- 7:10PM
LAB INSTRUCTOR: Ms. DIVYA
Lab Report - 6
Objective: To determine Thevenin's equivalent circuit.
Pre Lab: None
Procedure:
We was provided with two 1000, two 220 resistors, one 100 resistor
MOHIT SHAH
WSU ID: Q294Y632
DATE: 02/20/13
EE282; WEDNESDAY- 7:10PM
LAB INSTRUCTOR: Ms. DIVYA
Lab Report - 4
Objective: To analyze the electrical circuits by using Multisim software
Pre Lab: None
Procedure:
For practice, I had lunched the Multisim softwar
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Electric Circuits I
EE 282
Spring 2012
Dr. Visvakumar Aravinthan
(Dr. Ara)
Today
Topics Covered: Linearity and Superposition
Homework
Posted: None
Due: None
Reading Assignment: 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3
Thevenins Theorem
When we do a circuit analysis ofte
EE 282, Spring 2013
Circuits I
Homework 18
(Not Due 05/08/13)
Problem 1:
For the circuit shown in Figure 1, if the source voltage is = 16 cos2 40
i. Calculate and plot the instantaneous power supplied by the source and consumed by each of the
four passiv
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Electric Circuits I
EE 282
Spring 2012
Dr. Visvakumar Aravinthan
(Dr. Ara)
Sinusoids and Phasors
So far we looked at DC circuits
Since 1800s AC circuits are used, especially in
power systems for better efficiency
Most common form of AC signal is sin
EE 282, Spring 2013
Circuits I
Homework 16
(Due 05/06/13)
Problem 1:
A current 2.0cos 300 30 A passes through a 1.0 mH inductor. Use phasors to calculate the
time domain voltage across the inductor. Draw the phasor diagram of the voltage and current phaso
EE 282, Fall 2011
Electrical Circuits I
Homework 2
General Note: Make sure all the units are shown. No units zero points
Problem 1:
Consider the following circuit,
A
B
Device 1
C
Device 2
D
Device 3
It takes 15pJ of energy to move five (5) electrons from
EE 282, Fall 2011
Circuits I
Homework 4
(Homework due on 2/18/11)
Problem 1: Problem 2.3 from the textbook modified
A bar of gold is 3.0 m long with a square cross section. If the resistance of the bar is 10 m at
room temperature, what is the measurement
13
Electric Circuits I
EE 282
Spring 2012
Dr. Visvakumar Aravinthan
(Dr. Ara)
Today
Topics Covered: Linearity and Superposition
Homework
Posted: None
Due: None
Reading Assignment: 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3
Source Transformation
Can we convert a current sourc
7/9/2015
EE 282, Circuits I
Day 2
EPA MPGe: equivalent miles per
gallon for an electric vehicle.
Charge and current
Questions to answer in class
(discussion follows)
Examples (some using mathcad)
Voltage
Homework 1 assignment
Energy in a gallon of g
EE 282, Fall 2011
Circuits I
Homework 17
(Due 11/10/11)
Problem 1: Problem 10.40 from the text modified
Find in the circuit shown in Fig. 10.85 using superposition
Figure 10.85
Problem 2: Problem 10.47 from the text
Solve for ( )in the circuit for the Fig
EE 282, Fall 2011
Circuits I
Homework 10
(Due 10/11/11)
Problem 1: Problem 4.46 from the text modified
Find the Norton equivalent of the circuit in figure 4.113
Figure 1.113
Problem 2: Problem 4.56 from the text modified.
Determine the Nortons equivalent
EE 282, Fall 2011
Circuits I
Homework 22
(Due 12/1/11)
For all the problems specify power factor as leading or lagging. Else no points will be awarded for
the problem.
Problem 1: Problem 11.38 from the text modified
For the power system in Fig. 11.67 find
8/17/2016
EE 282, Circuits I
Day 4
Homework 2 review
Circuit elements
Passive sign convention
Homework 3 assignment
From day 3:
A 10 MV lightning strike supplies
constant 30 kA to an antenna for 30 ms
Charge:
q(t) = i(t) dt + q(0) = 30000t + 0 C
= 30