1. The library has the responsibility of every consumer in this situation. They need to do their research
into what companies or individuals can provide a reliable system that is not overly complicated and is
secure. When purchasing this software they sho
1. In my opinion all forms of dishonesty are unethical in terms of engineering and business practice. If
something is important enough to make or sell then the information about that product or practice
should be released. That is not to say that you need
1. One of the main ethical issues faced in engineering design is safety. Engineering design focuses on
making an improvement to an existing product or creating an entirely new product to fill a need or
benefit people in some way. The issue with creating s
1. A majority of the causes of the incident come down the company, and industry as a whole,
overworking the shipping crew to the point where they were not taking proper precautions to prevent
the wreck. It is also reported that the captain had been drinki
Michael Lay
G00129687
Week 7 Lab
Grantham University
7/25/2016
For week 3 Lab
Calculations
XC
IR1
R1
IC1
Therefore
A
IR1/ IC1 = -j 212.212 m
Ic1
Measured
Calculated
j1.88496 A
j1.8849 A
IR1
400 mA
V2
120 V
IR1/IC1
-j212.206 mA
400 mA
120 V
-j212.212 mA
Di
Assignment
Series and Parallel Inductive Reactance
1. Consider the series inductive reactive circuit:
Calculate the following: (Express all answers in magnitude/phase angle form)
a. Zeq
b. IT
c. XL2
d. XL1
e. VR1
f. VR2
g. VL1
h. VL2
Answer:
since this is
Running head: Single frequency AC analysis
1
Michael Lay
G00129687
Grantham University
Single frequency AC analysis
2
Introduction
The main aim of this lab exercise is to perform single frequency AC analysis on parallel R-C circuit at
various frequencies.
Michael Lay
G00129687
Lab 4
Grantham University
6/28/2016
Introduction:
For creating a new a step-down transformer, this lab exercise is practiced in MULTISIM and it is
restorative with various voltages in input. The turns-ratio of this transformer is app
Michael Lay
G00129687
ET115
Midterm
Grantham University
Midterm
1.
For the circuit below, solve for the following:
1.RT
RT = R1 +R2 +R3
RT = 2 k + 3k +6k = 9k
2. IT (pk), IT (p-p), IT (rms), IT (avg)
IT (pk) = V(pk) / RT
\
where V(pk) =
2
x Vrms
Putting v
Part 2
Consider the circuit below:
For each value of the frequency in the chart
below, perform calculations for Ic, Vc and Xc.
Frequenc Calculate Calculate Calculate Measured Measure XC (From
Part3
y
d Ic
d Vc
d XC
IC
d Vc
Measured)
100 Hz
1.476mA
5V
3.38
Show work for full credit. Include MultiSIM screenshots where indicated.
1.
For the circuit below, solve for the following:
2. RT
RT = R1 +R2 +R3
RT = 2 K + 3K +6K = 11K
3. IT (pk), IT (p-p), IT (rms), IT (avg)
IT (pk) = V(PK) / RT
\
where V(PK) =
x Vrms
Michael Lay
Lab 1
Grantham University
6/7/2016
Introduction:
The main aim of this lab is to perform a voltage division calculation of a series circuit consisting of two
resistors. The circuit is then to be constructed in MULTISIM software and then simulat
Assignment
Series and Parallel Inductive Reactance
1. Consider the series inductive reactive circuit:
Calculate the following: (Express all answers in magnitude/phase angle form)
a. Zeq
b. IT
c. XL2
d. XL1
e. VR1
f. VR2
g. VL1
h. VL2
Answer:
since this is
Michael Lay
G00129687
ET115
Grantham University
Week 4 Assignment
1. Calculate the inductance of a coil that induces 120V when the current it changes at a rate of
5A/s.
VL=L
L=
di
dt
VL 120
=
=24 H
di
5
dt
2. Calculate the inductance of a coil that induce
Capacitive Circuits
1.
o
Watch the videos
Week 3 Video Lecture - Multisim Single Frequency Analysis
Consider the circuit below:
For the circuit above, determine the following (express all answers in phasor form):
b.
XC
Zeq
IT
R1
IC1
Construct the circuit
RL Circuit
Calculation
Time constant T = L/R
= 40sec
Steady state current = V1/R1 = 80mA
RC circuit
Calculation
Time constant T = RC
= 7.5m sec
Steady state current = V1/R1 = 0.00016A or 160A
Table
Steady state (current)
Measured
RL
80mA
Calculated
80mA
R