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EE 115 A Homework 1 EE10 and EE110 Review Problems

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Problem 1. Find the current io, i1, and i2.

Problem 2. Use the node voltage method to find currents i1 i5.

Problem 3. Find io using a series of source transformations. Be sure to redraw the circuit at each stage.

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Problem 4. (a) For the circuit shown below, write but do not solve, the Mesh current equations in terms of IA, IB, IC, and ID. You should have 4 equations in all. (b) For the circuit shown below, write, but do not solve, the Node voltage equations in terms of V1, V2, and V3. You should have 3 equations in terms of V1, V2, V3.

Problem 5 The following device is represented in the frequency domain by a Norton Equivalent. When an inductor of value j100 is connected across the device, Vo = 0.1120 V. When a capacity of j100 is connected across the device, Io= -0.003210 A. Find the Norton equivalent circuit.
Io + Vo


IN = _______________________

ZN = _______________________

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Problem 6. The phase voltage Vab in the circuit shown is 4800 Vrms with no external load connected to the terminals ab.. When a load of 100+j0 is connected across a,b, the valued of Vab is 240-j80 Vrms a) Find the impedance that should be connected across ab for maximum average power transfer b) Find the maximum average power transferred to the load of (a).

A circuit operating in the sinusoidal steady state

+ Vab

Load for Max Pwr Xfer = = _______________________

Pdelivered = ______________________

Problem 7. A factory has an electrical load of 1800 kW at a lagging power factor of 0.6. An additional variable power factor load is to be added to the factory. The new load will add 600 kW to the real power load of the factory. The power factor of the added load is to be adjusted so that the overall power factor of the factory is 0.96 lagging.
c) What is the reactive power of the additional load? d) What is the power factor of the additional load? e) Assume the rms voltage at the input to the factory is 4800 Vrms. What is the rms value of the current into the factory after the additional load has been connected?

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Problem 8. For the circuit given below, find an expression for V2(s).

Switch closes at t=0

Both Switches open at t=0 R

C ig(t) 5V L

v2(t) _

Problem 9 An LTI system is described by a transfer function H(s) When this system is excited by a signal x(t )= 5e 8t u (t ) the output signals Laplace transform is given by 1 . What would the time domain output signal y(t) be if the time domain Y ( s )= ( s + 1)( s + 8) input signal was that shown below.


0 0.7s

(a) Sketch the MagnitudeBode plot for the following transfer function (feel free to use the attached Semilog graph provided on the next couple of pages, please be sure to clearly label the axes

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H ( s )=

1000( s + 50)( s + 1000) ( s + 10,000) 2 ( s + 80,000)

(b) sketch the phase Bode plot for the following transfer function s ( s + 2000) H ( s )= ( s + 100,000) 2

40 30 20 10 0 -10 -20 -30






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180 135 90 45 0 -45 -90 104 105 106



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Problem 10 A block diagram of a system consisting of a sinusoidal voltage source, and RLC series Band Pass Filter and a load of 320+j0 is shown below. The internal impedance of the source is 36+j0. The RLC BPF has a 5nF capacitor and a center frequency of 250 krad/sec, and a Q of 10




a) b) c) d) e)

Draw a circuit diagram of the system Derive the expression for the center frequency wo. Given that the bandwidth BW= R/L, calculate R and L for the circuit What is Hmax of the interconnected system? Given that Q for the circuit shown below is given by Qsys=woL/(RL+Ri), what is the Bandwidth of the interconnected system described in this problem?
Ri L C

Vin RL Vo

Problem 11 Provide a short answer to each of the following questions a) What is the significance of Bode Plots? How do they help in circuit analysis? b) How accurate is the Bode plot at the corner frequency c) What is the significance of transfer function d) Given the transfer function how would you calculate the response of a circuit to a sinusoidal steady state excitation e) What is the advantage of dealing with rms values hen dealing with power calculations?

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