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Network Analysis by Van Valkenburg chap 5 solution manual

Network Analysis by Van Valkenburg chap 5 solution manual

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Muhammad Irfan Yousuf {Peon of Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H)}1
 PROBLEMS 
Q#5.1: In the network of the figure, the switch
 K 
is closed at t = 0 with the capacitoruncharged. Find values for i, di/dt and d
2
i/dt
2
at t = 0+, for element values asfollows:V100 V1000
C1
µ
F + VC-Switch is closed at t = 0 (reference time)We knowVoltage across capacitor before switching = V
C
(0-) = 0 VAccording to the statement under Q#5.1.V
C
(0+) = V
C
(0-) = 0 VV 100i
C
(0+) = i(0+) = = = 0.1 Amp.R 1000Element and initial conditionEquivalent circuit at t = 0+CScSwitchDropRisei(0+)Short circuitDropApplying KVL for t
0Sum of voltage rise = sum of voltage drop1
 
Muhammad Irfan Yousuf {Peon of Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H)}2
V = iR +
idtCDifferentiating with respect to ‘t’di iR + = 0dt Cdi(0+) -i(0+)= [eq. 1]dt CR By putting the values of i(0+), C & R di(0+) -(0.1)=dt (1
µ
F)(1 k 
)di(0+)= -100 Amp/secdtDifferentiating eq. 1 with respect to ‘t’d
2
i(0+) -di(0+) 1=dt
2
dt CR Putting the corresponding valuesd
2
i(0+)= 100, 000 amp/sec
2
 dt
2
 Q#5.2: In the given network,
 K 
is closed at t = 0 with zero current in the inductor.Find the values of i, di/dt, and d
2
i/dt
2
at t = 0+ if 10
L1 HV100 V+V-LKey closed at t = 0
 
Muhammad Irfan Yousuf {Peon of Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H)}3
i
L
(0+) = i
L
(0-) = i(0+) = 0 AmpAccording to the statement under Q#5.2:DropRiseOpen circuitDropi(0+)Element and initial conditionEquivalent circuit at t = 0+ocApplying KVL for t
0Sum of voltage rise = sum of voltage dropLdiV = iR +dtLdi= V – iR dtdi V - iR = [eq. 1]dt Ldi(0+) V i(0+)R =dt LPutting corresponding valuesdi(0+) V (0)R =dt Ldi(0+) V=dt Ldi(0+) 100=dt 1di(0+)= 100 Amp/secdtDifferentiating [eq. 1]d
2
i dV i= -

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