Measuring Voltage across a resistor
Measuring Current
Measuring with Oscope original circuit
R1 @ 5k Freq @ 60Hz Showing VR1, Period and Frequency
R1 @ 10k Freq @ 60Hz Showing VR1, Period and Frequency
R1 @ 15k Freq @ 60Hz Showing VR1, Period and Frequenc
Week 7 Assignment
SECTION 91 Kirchhoffs Current Laws
Problems 9-2 and 9-4
Problem 9-2: Applying Kirchhoffs current law, write an equation for the currents directed into and out of point
X in Prob. 9-1.
Given: KCL
Answer: I2 + I1 = I3; 5AI1 + 10AI2 = 15AI3
Week 5 Assignment: Parallel Resistive Circuits
Chapter 5: Parallel Circuit
Section 5-1 The applied voltage VA is the same across parallel branches.
Problem 5-2. In Fig. 5-21, how much voltage is across:
a. The terminals of the voltage source?
b. R1?
c. R2
Week 6 Assignment
SECTION 61 FINDING RT FOR SERIES PARALLEL RESISTNACES
6-2 to 6-10 (Even problems only)
Fig. 6-18
Problem 6-2: In Fig. 6-18,
a. How much is the total resistance of just R1 and R2?
b. What is the equivalent resistance of R1 and R4 across p
Week 3 Assignment: Ohms Law and Watts Law
Chapter 3: Ohms Law
Section 3-1: The Current I = V/R
In Probs. 3-1 to 3-5, solve for the current, I, when V and R are known. As a visual aid, it may be helpful to
insert the values of V and R into Fig. 3-13 when s
Week 2 Assignment: Properties of Electricity
Chapter 1 : Electricity
Section 1-4 The Coulomb unit of electric charge.
Problem 1-2. How much charge is stored in coulombs, if 18.75 x 1018 were added to a neutral dielectric?
Given: 18.75 x 1018 added electro
Week 4 Assignment: Series Resistive Circuits
Chapter 4: Series Circuit
Section 4-1 Why I is the same in all parts of a series circuit.
Problem 4-2. In Fig. 4-24, how much is the current, I, through each of the following resistors?
A) R1; B) R2; C) R3
Give
SECTION 131 Magnetic Flux
13-2 to 13-8 (Even problems only)
Problem 13-2: Make the following conversions:
a.
b.
c.
d.
0.001 Wb to Mx.
0.05 Wb to Mx.
15 x 10-4 Wb to Mx.
1 x 10-8 Wb to Mx.
Given: #Mx = #Wb x (1x108Mx)/1Wb)
Find: Mx for the above Wb values
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Engineers and the Environment
ET100: Engineering and Ethics
Prof. Professor Mohammad Hajibeigy
January 17, 2017
Engineering and the Environment
2
In terms of environmental disasters, the case in the Exxon Valdez was a chaotic
catastrophe. The Exxon Vald
1
Engineering and Ethics Final
ET100: Engineering and Ethics
Professor Mohammad Hajibeigy
January 24, 2017
Engineering and Ethics Final
2
Question 1:
Discuss in-depth how this issue effects and drives the development of devices or software.
Provide at lea
1
Risk and Liability in Engineering
ET100: Engineering and Ethics
Professor Mohammad Hajibeigy
January 10, 2017
Risk and Liability in Engineering
2
Engineering is one of the most imperative profession throughout society. Engineers are
projected to present
Section 3-1 The Current I =V/R
3-2. Solve for the current when V and R are known.
a. V = 18V, R = 3, I =?
18 V
3
o
I=
o
I = 6A
b. V = 16V, R = 16Q, I =?
16 V
o
I = 16
o
I = 1A
c. V = 90v, R = 450, I =?
90 V
o I= 450
o I= 200mA
d. V = 12V, R = 30, I =?
1
Section 4-1 Why Current (I) Is the Same In All Parts of A Series Circuit
4-2. In Fig. 4-24, how much is the current, I, through each of the following resistors?
a.
R1
b.
R2
c.
R3
Section 4-2 Total Resistance (R) Equals The Sum of All Series Resistances
4-
Jay J. Brown
February 14, 2017
ET105: Fund Prop of DC Circuits & Lab
HW 2
Section 1-4: The Coulomb Unit of Electric Charge
18
1-2. If 18.75 x 10
electrons are added to a neutral dielectric, how much charge is stored
in coulombs?
Q =
18.75 x 10 18
6.25 x 1
Section 5-1 The Applied Voltage V A Is Same Across All Parallel Branches
5-2. In Fig. 5-21, how much voltage is across
a. The terminals of the voltage source? 12V
R1 = 12V
b.
R2 = 12V
c.
Section 5-2 Each Branch (I) Equals V A /R
5-4. In Fig. 5-21, solve f
Jay J. Brown
February 7, 2017
ET105: Fund Prop of DC Circuits & Lab
HW 1
Section I-1: Scientific Notation
Express each of the following numbers in scientific notation.
2
I-2. 678= 6.78 10
4
I-4. 0.00055= 5.5 10
12
I-6. 0.00000000000942= 9.42 10
4
I-8. 42,
An Ethical Analysis
of the
Space Shuttle
Challenger
and
Columbia Disasters
Name
Grantham University
EE 100, Lesson #2 Engineering and Ethics
On April 12, 1981, the National Aeronautical Space Administration (NASA) launched the
first manned space shuttle m
Are All Forms of Dishonesty Unethical?
Are All Forms of Dishonesty Unethical?
Name
Engineering & Ethics EE100
Prof. Raymond Castellani
Week 5 Assignment
Date
1
Are All Forms of Dishonesty Unethical?
Some false representations contravene the law; some do n
In the case study, "Allowing Defective Chips to Go to Market," we learned of a situation
in which an engineer is presented with an ethical situation regarding defective chips.
The engineer oversees quality control of a production line that produces 100,00
EE 100 Engineering and Ethics
Evaluation of Case Study Software for a Library
A small library is in the process of upgrading its cataloguing and issue/return system
they currently use with a modern software system. Currently, the librarys security policy
Determinism: Determinism is the idea that technology is the natural progression of the
combination of previous technology. This is not dependent on individuals but rather is simply a
race to claim the next logical progression of technology.
This idea is n
Late Confession.
In the case of Late Confession. We have an older gentleman, Norm Lewis, who is going
through school to get his doctorate. While taking his final exam he asked permission to use the
restrooms and was subsequently granted that permission. W
Responsibility in Engineering
1. There are some graduate and undergraduate students in an Aerospace Engineering,
Applied Earth Sciences, Industrial Design and Mechanical Engineering from Delft university of
Technology in the Netherlands that are trying to
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?
What are the expectations of the lab?
How will you be implementing this lab?
What will you try to measure?
E
In doing assignments in your ET and CT courses, you should provide well thought-out and clearly
presented solutions. If you do not show your work and simply put down an answer, your instructor is
free to give you a zero. Units are important, and an answer
Alternating Voltage and Current
1
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
For the circuit below, solve for the following:
RT = 1+3+4 = 8k
IT (pk), IT (p-p), IT (rms), IT (avg)
IT = 5vrms/8k = .625 mApk, IT(p*p) = 8*5=40, IT(rms) = .707*11=7.777, IT(avg) .
637*11 = 7.007
Voltage
Scott Trevorrow
3-7-17
CS105
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Laptop
Window 7 Ultimate
16 GB of Ram
My processor is an Intel Core i7-3610QM CPU @ 2.30GHz
64 bit Operating system
I had a 1 TB Hard drive, not so much anymore.