Circuit Analysis I with MATLAB Computing and by Steven Karris

By Steven Karris

This article is an creation to the fundamental rules of electric engineering and covers DC and AC circuit research and Transients. it truly is meant for all engineering majors and presumes wisdom of first yr differential and quintessential calculus and physics. The final chapters comprise step by step systems for the suggestions of straightforward differential equations utilized in the derivation of the typical and forces responses. Appendices A, B, and C are introductions to MATLAB, Simulink, and SimPowerSystems respectively. Appendix D is a evaluation of complicated Numbers, and Appendix E is an advent to matrices and determinants. for additional info. please stopover at the Orchard courses website

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6  The plots for v C  t  and i L  t  are shown below. 6e Time (sec) 3.  At t = 0 the circuit is as shown below. 100  20 H  iL  0  + + 100 V  400  1  120 F  v 0   C At this time the inductor behaves as a short and the capacitor as an open. 2 A . 2 = V 0 = 80 V 146 Circuit Analysis II with MATLAB Computing and Simulink / SimPowerSystems Modeling Copyright © Orchard Publications Solutions to EndofChapter Exercises and this establishes the second initial condition as V 0 = 80 V .

2e  2t + 1  We find i L  t  from i R  t  + i C  t  + i L  t  = 0 or i L  t  = – i C  t  – i R  t  where i C  t  = C  dv C  dt  and i R  t  = v R  t    1 + 2  = v C  t   3 . 4e  t + 1  12 3 6.    At t = 0 the circuit is as shown below where i L  0  = 12  2 = 6 A , v C  0  = 12 V , and thus the initial conditions have been established. +  12 V 2 A  iL  0  4 B +  2H vC  0  14 F  For t  0 the circuit is as shown below.

83 mF +  vC  t  3. In the circuit below the switch S has been closed for a very long time and opens at t = 0 . Compute v C  t  for t  0 . 100  20 H +  100 V S 400  + t = 0 vC  t  1  120 F  4. In the circuit below, the switch S has been closed for a very long time and opens at t = 0 . Compute v C  t  for t  0 . 138 Circuit Analysis II with MATLAB Computing and Simulink / SimPowerSystems Modeling Copyright © Orchard Publications Exercises 100  20 H vS + + t = 0 S 1  120 F 400   vC  t  v S =  100 cos t u 0  t  V 5.

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