Watch video entitled Week 3 Measuring Power in MultiSIM
Construct Figure 3-7, page. 89 in MultiSIM
Make the following adjustments:
1. V = 24V, R = 4ohms Capture screenshots showing measurements of I and Vr, Pr
2. V = 24V, R = 6ohms Capture screenshots sho
Syllabus
ET105 Fundamental Properties of DC Circuits
Required Text
Schultz, M. (2016). Grobs Basic Electronics (12th Edition).
New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Publishing.
ISBN: 9780073373874
Required Software
National Instruments (NI) Circuits Design SuiteElect
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Directions: Please answer BOTH of the questions and
respond to a minimum of two of your classmates.
Question A
Tell us about yourself so you can meet and greet with other
fellow Grantham University students within your course.
Include what yo
Section 1-4
1-2) If 18.75 1018 electrons are added to a neutral dielectric, how much charge is
18.75 10 18
=Q=3 C
stored in coulombs? Q=
6.25 1018
1-4) If 93.75 1018 electrons are removed from a neutral dielectric, how much
93.75 1018
Q=
=+Q=15 C
charge i
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Lab 1: Section 1
Grantham University
Date:
Introduction:
Write one to two paragraphs about the Lab. Explain the following information for this lab:
What are the goals to achieve in the lab? This lab is an introductory lab to learn the basics of
1. Solve the following problems from Chapter 13 Magnetism and Chapter 14
Electromagnetism of Grob's Basic Electronics textbook.
2. Legend: Yellow equals Answer
A. SECTION 131 Magnetic Flux
i. 13-2
a. 0.0001Wb to Mx = 0.0001Wb x 1x108 = 10000Mx
b. 0.05Wb
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Lab 5: Parallel Resistive Circuits
Grantham University
Date:
Introduction:
This lab will be demonstrating parallel resistive circuits and their properties.
Equipment/Components:
Used voltage source, grounding, 3 resistors, 1 multi meter and 1 w
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Lab 3: Measuring power in MultiSIM
Grantham University
Date:
Introduction:
What differences if any did you see between your calculations in the Analysis and the
measurements made in the Simulation section?
o My calculations matched, voltage, r
Solve the following problems from Chapter 3 Ohms Law of Grob's Basic Electronics textbook.
Legend = yellow equals answer
o SECTION 31 THE CURRENT I = V/R.
3-2 Solve for Current I when V & R are known.
a. V = 18V, R=3, I=?
18 V
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I = 6A
b. V = 16V,
1. Solve the following problems from Chapter 1 Electricity and Chapter 2 Resistors of Grob's Basic
Electronics textbook.
Legend = yellow equals answer
SECTION 14 THE COULOMB UNIT OF ELECTRIC CHARGE.
1.
2.
1-2 If 31.25x1018electrons were removed from a neu
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Lab 6: Parallel Resistive Circuit
Grantham University
Date:
Introduction:
This lab will show the calculations for a series parallel circuit.
Equipment/Components:
DV power source, Grounding source, 4 resistors, Digital Multimeter, and watt mete
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Lab 4: Module 4 Series Resistive Circuits
Grantham University
Date:
Introduction:
I am examining the characteristics of s simple series circuit.
Equipment/Components:
Using the following components; DC voltage source, (2) grounds, (3) resistors
1. Solve the following problems from Chapter 6 Series-Parallel Circuits of Grob's Basic
Electronics textbook.
2. Legend: Yellow is answer
a. SECTION 61 FINDING RT FOR SERIES PARALLEL RESISTANCES
i. 6-2 in fig 6-18
1. How much is the total resistance of ju
a. Solve the following problems from Chapter 4 Series Circuits of Grob's Basic Electronics textbook.
b. Legend = yellow equals answer
a. SECTION 41 WHY CURRENT (I) IS THE SAME IN ALL PARTS OF A SERIES CIRCUIT
i. 4-2 in Fig. 4-24, how much is the current t
1) Solve the following problems from Chapter 5 Parallel Circuits of Grob's Basic Electronics
textbook.
2) Legend = yellow equals answer
a) SECTION 51 THE APPLIED VOLTAGE VA IS SAME ACROSS ALL PARALLEL BRANCHES
i)
5-2 - In Fig 5-21, How much voltage is acr
Homework Week 3
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3-2.
a. I=6A
b. I=1A
c. I=0.2A
d. I=0.4A
3-4.
I=0.12A
3-6.
a. V=20V
b. V=32V
c. V=180V
d. V=60V
3-8.
a. V=60V
b. V=94V
c. V=150V
d. V=13.2V
3-10.
V=12kV
3-12.
a. R=4
b. R=9
c. R=50
d. R=12
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Question 1:
Series Circuit is any circuit that provided only one path for current flow.
Series is seen as:
VT = V1 + V2 + V3 (Voltage)
IT = I1 + I2 + I3 (Current)
RT = R1 + R2 + R3 (Resistance)
If one component burns out, the circuit will break. Making it
Question 1:
A series circuit is when all the devices are connected to a series. There is one main
path that all the series are connected to. An alarm system makes noise when, doors
or windows are open.
Question 2:
The largest R dissipates the most power i
Question 1:
Ohms Law is the amount of current, I, directly by voltage, V, and inversely by
resistance, R (Grobs Basic Electronics). In other words it is I = V/R, current is the
difference of voltage divided by resistance. When V is 5 and the resistance is
Question 1:
A decade resistance box is a convenient unit for providing any one R within a wide
range of values. The book tells us about a decade resistance box that has six series
strings of resistors. It has six dials that connect to each other, which ca
Question A:
Hi my name is Mitali Patel. I am from New Jersey and a computer engineering
student. I dont seem to have any knowledge on this course, except for knowing
about scientific notation.
Question B:
Scientific notation is the way that scientists eas
Section 4-2 Why Current (I) is the Same in All Parts of a Series Circuit
4-2
4-2.
In Fig. 424, how much is the current, I, through each of the following
resistors?
a. R1 = I = 100mA
b. R2 = I = 100mA
c. R3 = I = 100mA
Section 4-2 Total Resistance (R) Equa
Section 3-1 The Current I=V/R
3-2 and 3-4
I=V/R
3-2.
a. V=18 V, R=3 , I=?
I = 18V/3 = 6A
b. V=16 V, R=16 , I=?
I = 16V/16 = 1A
c. V=90 V, R=450 , I=?
I = 90V/450 = 0.2A
d. V=12 V, R=30 , I=?
I = 12V/30 = 0.4A
3-4. If a 100- resistor is connected across th
Section 1-4 The Coulomb Unit of Electric Charge
1-2 and 1-4
1-2 If 18.75 x 10^18 electrons are added to a neutral dielectric, how much
charge is stored in coulombs?
(18.75 x 10^18) / (6.25 x 10^18) = 3; -Q = 3c
1-4 If 93.75 x 10^18 electrons are removed f
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Lab 7: Kirchoff's Laws
Grantham University
Date:
Introduction:
This lab will be to put into practice the application of Kirchhoffs laws of voltage and current KVL
and KCL in a simple Series-Parallel Circuit.
Equipment/Components:
DC power Suppl
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Lab 2: Voltage, Resistance, and Current Measurement
Grantham University
Date:
Introduction:
What are the goals to achieve in the lab?
o This lab will be to learn to design three different circuits and take measurements
What are the expectations