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Linear Circuit Analysis. In an oscilloscope a timing signal called a horizontal sweep acts as a time base, which allows one to view measured input signals as a function of time.

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In an oscilloscope a timing signal called a horizontal sweep acts as a time base, which allows one to view measured input signals as a function of time.

In practice, the linear increase in voltage is approximated by the “linear” part of an exponential response of an RC circuit.

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First-Order RL and RC Circuits

1. What is a first-order circuit?

A first-order circuit is characterized by a first-order differential equation. It consists of resistors and the equivalent of one energy storage element.

Typical examples of first-order circuits:

(a) First-Order RL circuit

(b) First-Order RC circuit

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Interconnections of sources, resistors, capacitors, and inductors lead to new and fascinating circuit behavior.

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First-Order RC circuit

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This equation is called Constant-coefficient first-order linear differential equation

Apply duality principle,

2. Some mathematical preliminaries by the “linear” part of an exponential response of an RC circuit.

RC circuit first-order differential equation

RL circuit first-order differential equation

The first-order RL and RC circuits have differential equation models of the form

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valid for t≥t0, where x(t0)=x0 is the initial condition. The term f(t) denotes a forcing function. Usually, f(t) is a linear function of the input excitations to the circuit.

The parameter λdenotes a natural frequency of the circuit.

or by the “linear” part of an exponential response of an RC circuit.

The main purpose of this chapter is to find a solution to the differential equation.

The solution to the equation for t≥t0 has the form

(1) Satisfies the differential equation

(2) Satisfies the correct initial condition, x(t0)=x0

Integrating factor method by the “linear” part of an exponential response of an RC circuit.

First step, multiply both sides of the equation by a so-called integrating factor e－λt.

By the product rule for differentiation,

Integrate both sides of the equation from t0 to t as follows

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3. Source-free or zero-input response

A parallel connection of a resistor with an inductor or capacitor without a source.

In these circuits, one assumes the presence of an initial inductor current or initial capacitor voltage.

(a) KCL implies

(b) KVL implies

Both differential equation models have the same general form,

The solution to the equation for by the “linear” part of an exponential response of an RC circuit.t≥t0 has the form

Where τ is a special constant called the time constant of the circuit. The response for t≥t0 of the undriven RL and RC circuit are, respectively, given by

RL circuit

RC circuit

The time constant of the circuit is the time it takes for the source-free circuit response to drop to e－1=0.368 of its initial value.

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For more general circuits, those containing multiple resistors and dependent sources, it is necessary to use the Thevenin equivalent resistance seen by the inductor or capacitor in place of the R.

Thevenin equivalent

Thevenin equivalent

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Example 1. For the circuit of the figure, find iL(t) and uL(t) for t ≥0 given that iL(0－)=10A and the switch S closes at t=0.4s. Then compute the energy dissipated in the 5Ω resistor over the time interval [0.4, ∞).

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（2）电路的初始条件

① t＝0－ 和 t ＝0＋ 的概念

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②电容的初始条件

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③电感的初始条件

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④换路定律

① 画出 电路，求出

③ 画出 电路，求出

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③ 画出 电路，求出

① 画出 电路，求出

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① 画 0－ 等效电路，即换路前电路（稳定状态），求 uC(0－) 和iL(0－)。

② 由换路定律得 uC(0+) 和 iL(0+)。

③ 画 0+ 等效电路，即换路后的电路。

④ 由 0+ 电路求所需各变量的 0+ 值。

① 画出 电路，求出 ，

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Example 8.2.运用阶跃函数和延时阶跃函数，分段常量信号可以表示为一系列阶跃信号之和。 For the circuit of the figure, find iL(t) and uL(t) for t ≥0 given that iL(0－)=10A and the switch S closes at t=0.4s. Then compute the energy dissipated in the 5Ω resistor over the time interval [0.4, ∞).

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Solution

Step 1. With switch S open, compute the response for 0≤t ≤0.4s.

From the continuity property of the inductor current,

Step 2. With switch S closed, compute the response for t≥0.4s.

Step 3.运用阶跃函数和延时阶跃函数，分段常量信号可以表示为一系列阶跃信号之和。 Write the complete response as a single expression.

Step 4. Plot the complete response.

The 0.4s time constant has a much faster rate of decay than the lengthy 2s time constant.

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Step 5. Compute uL(t).

for 0≤t ≤0.4s,

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for t ≥0.4s,

in particular,

Step 6. Compute energy dissipated in the 5Ω resistor over the time interval [0.4, ∞).

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Example 8.3. Find uC(t) for t ≥0 for the circuit of the figure given that uC(0)=9V.

Solution

Step 1. Compute the response for 0≤t ≤1s. By the continuity of the capacitor voltage,

hence,

Step 2. Compute the response for t ≥ 1s.

Step 3. Use step functions to specify the complete response.

Step 4.运用阶跃函数和延时阶跃函数，分段常量信号可以表示为一系列阶跃信号之和。 Obtain a plot of the response.

Here the part of the response with the 0.3s time constant shows a greater rate of decay than the longer 0.8s time constant.

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Exercise. Suppose that in example 2 the switch moves to the 4.5Ω resistor at t=0.5s instead of 1s. Compute the value uC(t) at t=1.2s.

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Example 8.4. Find uC(t) for the circuit of the figure, assuming that gm=0.75S and uC(0－)=10V.

Solution

It is straightforward to show that the Thevenin equivalent seen by the capacitor is a negative resistance,

Thevenin equivalent

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Because of the negative resistance, this response grows exponentially, as shown in the figure.

A circuit having a response that increases without bound is said to be unstable.

Negative resistance causes capacitor voltage to increase without bound.

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Exercise. In example 3, let gm=0.125S. Find the equivalent resistance seen by the capacitor and uC(t), t ≥0.

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t = 0 时 ，开关K由1→2，求电感电压和电流。

RL电路零输入响应问题

① 一阶电路的零输入响应是由储能元件的初值引起的响应, 都是由初始值衰减为零的指数衰减函数。

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② 衰减快慢取决于时间常数 。

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R为与动态元件相连的一端口电路的等效电阻。

③ 同一电路中所有响应具有相同的时间常数。

④ 一阶电路的零输入响应和初始值成正比，称为零输入线性。

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This section takes up the calculation of voltage and current responses when constant voltage or constant current sources are present.

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Exercise. Constant differential equation models for the parallel RL and RC circuits of the figure. Note that these circuits are Norton equivalents of those in the figure. Again choose iL(t) as the response for the RL circuit and uC(t) as the response for the RC circuit.

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And the general formula for solving such a differential equation:

where structure:

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voltage or inductor current, and f(τ)=F is a constant (nonimpulsive) forcing function.

Which is valid for t≥t0. After some interpretation, this formula will serve as a basis for computing the response to RL and RC circuits driven by constant sources.

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Hence, the solution of the differential equation given constant or dc excitation becomes

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Example 8.5. For the circuit of the figure, suppose a 10V unit step excitation is applied at t=1 when it is found that the inductor current is iL(1－)=1A. The 10V excitation is represented mathematically as uin(t)=10u(t－1)V for t≥1. Find iL(t) and uL(t) for t≥1.

Solution

Step 1. Determine the circuit’s differential equation model.

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Step 2. Determine the form of the response.

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It follows that,

Step 4. Plot iL(t).

Exercise. structure: Verify that in example 4, uL(t) can be obtained without differentiation by

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Step 5. Compute uL(t).

Exercise. In example 4, suppose R is changed to 4Ω. Find iL(t) at t=2s.

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Solution

Step 1. Compute initial capacitor voltage

Step 2. Obtain uC(t) for 0≤t ≤ 10s.

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Step 3. Compute the initial condition for the interval t>10.

Step 4. Find uC(t) for t>10.

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Step 5. Set forth the complete response using step functions.

Step 6. structure: Plot uC(t).

Exercise. Suppose the switch in example 5 opens again at t=20s. Find uC(t) at t=25s.

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（1） RC 电路零状态响应问题

（2）设经过 t秒，uC＝80V

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RL 电路零状态响应问题，先化简电路

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5. Superposition and linearity

Provided one properly accounts for initial conditions, superposition still apply when capacitors and inductors are added to the circuit.

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By the same arguments, the current due to the input excitation

One the other hand, suppose structure:

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Thus linearity and, hence, superposition hold.

Arguments analogous to the preceding imply that a relaxed inductor satisfies a linear relationship, and thus superposition is valid, whether the inductor is excited by currents or by voltages.

For a general linear circuit, one can view each initial condition as being set up by an input which shuts off the moment the initial condition is established.

This mean that when using superposition on a circuit, one first looks at the effect of each independent source on a circuit having no initial conditions.

Then one sets all independent sources to zero and computes the response due to each initial condition with all other initial conditions set to zero.

The sum of all the responses to each of the independent sources plus the individual initial condition responses yields the complete circuit response, by the principle of superposition.

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Example 8.8. The linear circuit of the figure has two source excitations applied at t=0, as indicated by the presence of the step functions. The initial condition on the inductor current is iL(0－)=－1A. Determine the response iL(t) for t≥0 using superposition.

Solution

Step 1. Compute the part of the circuit response due only to the initial condition, with all independent sources set to zero.

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Step 3. Compute the response due only to the current source IS=2u(t)A.

Step 4. condition as being set up by an input which shuts off the moment the initial condition is established. Apply the principle of superposition.

due to source US

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due to initial condition

The question still remains as to why the superposition principle holds an advantage over the Thevenin equivalent method.

Question 1. What is the new response if the initial condition is changed to iL(0－)=5A?

Question 2. What is the new response if the voltage source US is changed to 5u(t)V, with all other parameters held constant at their original values?

Question 3. What is the new response if the initial condition is changed to 5A, the voltage source US is changed to 5u(t)V, and the current source IS is changed to 8u(t)A?

This allows one to explore easily a circuit’s behavior over a wide range of excitations and initial conditions.

6. Response classifications principle holds an advantage over the Thevenin equivalent method.

Zero-input response The zero-input response of a circuit is the response to the initial conditions when the input is set to zero.

Zero-state response The zero-state response of a circuit is the response to a specified input signal or set of input signals given that the initial conditions are all set to zero.

Complete response By linearity, the sum of the zero-input and zero-state responses is the complete response of the circuit.

Natural response The natural response is that portion of the complete response that has the same exponents as the zero-input response.

Forced response The forced response is that portion of the complete response that has the same exponents as the input excitation.

7. Further points of analysis and theory principle holds an advantage over the Thevenin equivalent method.

Not only a capacitor voltage or an inductor current, it turns that any voltage or current in an RC or RL first-order linear circuit with constant input has the form

by linearity, any voltage or current in the circuit has the form

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Example 8.9. For the circuit of the figure, let uin(t)=－18u(－t )+9u(t)V. Find iin(t) for t>0.

Solution

Step 1. Compute iin(0+).

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Step 2. Computeτand iin(∞).

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Step 3.Set forth the complete response iin(t).

Exercise. In example 7, find iC(0－), iC(0+), and iC(t) for t>0.

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