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ECET 110 Quiz 2

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1. (TCO 4) For the series-parallel circuit given in Figure 3.1 below, determine the total resistance RT between the terminals labeled A and B

2. (TCO 4) For the circuit given in Figure 3.3, obtain the following quantities.

a) Currents I1 and I2

b) Power dissipated by the resistor R3

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ECET 110 Quiz 3

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1. (TCO 7) For the circuit given below, determine the total capacitance CT between the terminals labeled A and B.

2. (TCO 6) Find the Thevenin equivalent circuit for the circuit given in Figure 4.7 below. Consider the resistor R to be the variable load resistor. Determine the current through R when R=75 ohms and also when R=25 ohms.

3. (TCO 7) For the RC circuit given below, determine the steady state voltage across the capacitor and the peak current through the capacitor during its charging cycle

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ECET 110 Week 1 Homework

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Why do you never apply an ohmmeter to a live network?

What is the voltage across a 220 Ω resistor if the current through it is 5.6 mA?

What is the current through a 6.8 Ω resistor of the voltage drop across it is 24V?

What is the power delivered by a 6V battery if the current drain is 750mA?

The current through a 4k Ω resistor is 7.2mA. What is the power delivered to the resistor?

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ECET 110 Week 1 iLab Analysis of a Series Circuit using Simulation and Actual Construction

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Objectives: To construct a circuit in series to test and verify Ohm’s Law and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law using a multi-meter, breadboard, resistors and jumper wires. To simulate this construct digitally and mathematically to compare results to determine if the above laws are supported.

Results: The simulation, breadboard construct, and calculations had similar measurements in all fields including voltage, current, resistors, sources, and power dissipation.

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ECET 110 Week 2 Homework

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CHAPTER 6

4. For each circuit board in Fig. 6.74, find the total resistance between connection tabs 1 and 2.

10. For the network of Fig. 6.80:

24. Using Kirchhoff’s current law, determine the unknown currents for the parallel network in Fig. 6.93.

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ECET 110 Week 2 iLab Analysis of a DC Parallel Circuit using Simulation and Actual Construction

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Objectives:

The objectives this week were to effectively learn to simulate and construct a parallel circuit and learn to troubleshoot issues that may be had by OPEN or Shorted circuits. Also to learn how to calculate current and resistance within parallel circuits

Did you prove Kirchhoff’s Current Law to be true for a parallel circuit

Explain how you proved Kirchhoff’s Current Law.

How much power did this circuit dissipate?

What would happen to the current I5 if one of the resistors, like R4,is SHORT or OPEN circuited by chance?

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ECET 110 Week 2 Quiz

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1. (TCO 3) Find the total conductance and total resistance of the parallel circuit given below.

2. (TCO 3) A resistor in one of the parallel branches is replaced by a short circuit as shown in the figure below. Determine the current IS through this shorted branch.

3. (TCO 3) Solve for the unknown currents using the information provided in the figure below. (Hint: use the current divider rule.)

4. (TCO 3) Determine the unknown quantities for the parallel circuit below. Note that the known quantities have a value assigned to them.

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ECET 110 Week 3 Homework

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Chapter 7: Problems 1 (a, b, c), 2 (a, b), 3, 8, 10

1. Which elements (individual elements, not combinations of elements) of the networks in Fig. 7.60 are in series? Which are in parallel? As a check on your assumptions, be sure that the elements in series have the same current and that the elements in parallel have the same voltage. Restrict your decisions to single elements, not combinations of elements.

2. Determine RT for the networks in Fig. 7.61.

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ECET 110 Week 3 iLab Analysis of a DC Series-Parallel Circuit

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Objectives:

To construct a series-parallel circuit correctly and measure its equivalent resistance.

To predict and verify electrical characteristics of a series-parallel circuit using Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Current and Voltage Laws, and Voltage and Current divider rules.

Determine the various branch currents in the circuit using the current divider rule. Verify the same using the simulation and actual measurement after wiring the circuit. Report on any differences in the values and why that might be the case.

Did you prove Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law to be true for the series-parallel circuit?

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ECET 110 Week 4 Homework

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Objectives:

1. To troubleshoot a complex circuit and determine various currents and voltages using format mesh analysis.

2. To simulate the complex circuit in MultiSim and record the required quantities.

3. Determine the various currents and voltages after wiring the circuit.

Results:

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ECET 110 Week 4 iLab Format Mesh Analysis

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Objectives:

1. To troubleshoot a complex circuit and determine various currents and voltages using format mesh analysis.

2. To simulate the complex circuit in MultiSim and record the required quantities.

3. Determine the various currents and voltages after wiring the circuit.

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ECET 110 Week 5 Homework

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CHAPTER 9

1a. Using the superposition theorem, determine the current through the 12 Ohm resistor of fig. 9.119. we will use superposition to analyze this circuit. First short E2 and find the current thru the 12 Ohms resistor and then Short E1 and keep E2 in the circuit and find the same current. Then algebraically add the two currents (add if in the same directions and subtract if opposite direction

Short V2

12Ohms resistor—IR3

IR1 and IR3 are the same value

IR3=4A

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ECET 110 Week 5 iLabThevenin’s and Superposition Theorem

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Objectives: 1. To troubleshoot a complex circuit and determine various currents and voltages using superposition theorem and compare the results with the results of last week’s lab.

2. To simulate the complex circuit in Multisim and record the required quantities and verify superposition theorem by using one source at a time.

3. Determine the various currents and voltages after wiring the circuit. Verify superposition theorem and report on any differences in the values and why that might be the case.

4. Use Multisim to illustrate Thevenin’s theorem.

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ECET 110 Week 6 Homework Capacitors

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Chapter 10: Capacitors

20. Repeat Problem 19 for R = 1 MΩ, and compare the results

26. For the network in Fig. 10.98, composed of standard values:

34. For the automobile circuit of Fig. 10.105, VL must be 8 V before the system is activated. If the switch is closed at t = 0 s, how long will it take for the system to be activated?

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ECET 110 Week 6 iLab Transient Analysis of a Resistor-Inductor Circuit

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1. OBJECTIVES

Perform a transient analysis on a Resistor-Capacitor circuit, and measure capacitor charge

and discharge times.

Determine the steady state values of current, voltage, and the time constants for a Resistor-Capacitor circuit.

PARTS LIST

Equipment:

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ECET 110 Week 6 Quiz

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(TCO 7) For the circuit given below, determine the total capacitance CT between the terminals labeled A and B

(TCO 6) Find the Thevenin equivalent circuit for the circuit given in Figure 4.7 below. Consider the resistor R to be the variable load resistor. Determine the current through Rwhen R=100 ohms and also when R=50 ohms.

3. (TCO 7) For the RC circuit given below, determine the steady state voltage across the capacitor and the peak current through the capacitor during its charging cycle

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ECET 110 Week 7 Homework

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Chapter 11: Inductors

Homework problems [12, 14, 29, 36]

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ECET 110 Week 7 iLab Transient Analysis of a Resistor-Inductor Circuit

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Objectives:

Calculate time constant, transient time, current and voltage across inductor at beginning and the end of the charge cycle.

Use MultiSim to test the calculations.

Build and test a physical circuit using the MultiSim schematic.

How does the self-resistance of the inductor affect the results?

What can be done to keep the current value to be the same as in the case of an ideal inductor?

How can the inductor in MultiSim be “redesigned” so that it more closely approximates the real inductor?

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