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The figure below shows a variety of possible V-I characteristics for a two terminal device.

For each of the following circuit elements enter the label of an appropriate V-I characteristic in the slot provided. Note, there may be more than one correct answer to each question, but please only provide one answer. A linear resistor: A linear resistor:

a

d

b

In the circuit shown below,

the strength of the source is VS=10 V, and the resistance of the resistor is R=50. What is the power dissipated in the resistor (in Watts)?

2

-2

S1E2: POWER

The picture shows a resistor connected to some unknown network N. The resistor is immersed in an isolated water bath, and its temperature is observed and recorded. The resistor has resistance R=8.0. By observing the rate of increase of the temperature in the water bath, it is

determined that the power dissipated in the resistor is 11.0W. Assuming that the voltage across the resistor is constant, what is the voltage v (in Volts) across the resistor?

9.38

What is the current i (in Amperes) entering the network N from the resistor?

-1.17

S1E3: AC POWER

The plot shows 1/10 second of the voltage waveform of a 120V 60Hz AC (Alternating Current) power circuit, like that delivered to residences in the United States.

The actual voltage is 1202cos(260t) Volts. If we apply this voltage across a resistor of resistance 110.0 the resistor will dissipate a time-varying power. What is the peak power (in Watts) dissipated by the resistor?

261.82

What is the average power (in Watts) dissipated by the resistor? (Hint: you compute the average power by integrating the instantaneous power over one cycle of the waveform.)

130.91

What would be the power (in Watts) dissipated by the resistor if the voltage was a constant value of 120V?

130.91

If a time-varying, AC voltage dissipates the same power in a resistor as a constant voltage would dissipate, we say that the time-varying voltage has a root-mean-square (RMS) value that is equal to the constant voltage.

S1E5: KVL-0

Joe was debugging part of an experimental apparatus, probing around with his voltmeter. Part of the apparatus had two obvious resistors in series with an unknown element, as shown in the diagram below:

The unknown element is hard to reach, so Joe put the negative (black) probe of his voltmeter at the interconnection of the two obvious resistors and then put the positive (red) probe at the other end of each resistor, measuring v1=1.4V and v2=0.9V. What is the voltage (in Volts) v3 measured across the unknown element?

0.5

S1E6: KVL

In the circuit shown there are four unknown elements and an independent voltage source.

The strength of the source V is given. Also, there are two known branch voltages: we knowv1 and v2. In terms of the known voltages, write an algebraic expression for the branch voltage v3. Be careful, algebraic expressions are case sensitive.

V-v1

v2-V

-V+v1+v2

S1E7: KCL-0

While further poking around in his experiment, Joe found an exposed interconnect. It connected the positive output of the 5V power supply, a 3.3 resistor, and two unknown 2-terminal elements, as shown:

He couldn't trace where the other ends of the elements went. However, he had a nifty (very expensive!) Hall-effect clamp-on ammeter that he used to measure the three of the four currents entering the elements. He didn't have enough space to measure the current entering the fourth element. He found that i1=0.7A, i3=3.0A, i4=1.3A. What was the current (in Amperes) i2 into the fourth element?

-3.6

Joe managed to get his ammeter probe around a wire and measured i5. What current (in Amperes) did he measure?

4.3

S1E8: KCL

In the circuit shown there are six unknown elements.

By measurements we have values for three of the branch currents: i1, i2, and i3. In terms of the known currents, write an algebraic expression for the current i4?

i2-i3

-i1-i2+i3

-i1-i2

A real battery is not an ideal independent voltage source. A voltage source is an appropriate idealization of the battery if the load on the battery is negligible. A better model for a battery is a voltage source in series with an ideal linear resistor whose resistance varies with temperature. Sometimes even better models are required - thisEnergizer technical bulletin gives more information. However, let's use the simple model of a linear resistor in series with an ideal independent voltage source, as in the figure.

It is suggested in section 1.5.1 of the textbook that to increase the currentcapacity of a battery without increasing the voltage at the terminals we can connect batteries of the same voltage in parallel. Let's examine this using our model.

Let's

assume

that

both

component

batteries

have

the

same

voltage V1=V2=1.5. The internal resistances of small batteries are about 0.2, but they vary a bit. Let's assume that R1=0.25 and R2=0.32. What is the opencircuit voltage (in Volts) V of the combination?

1.5

Now, suppose we short-circuit the compound battery. (This is very dangerous. NEVER do this to a large battery, such as a lead-acid battery in a car, or to a lithium-ion battery from your laptop. You MAY live to regret it, but you may not.) What is the current (in Amperes) you should expect to go through the short circuit?

10.6875

We can think of this combination as a bigger battery of the same voltage as the two component batteries. What is the equivalent resistance (in Ohms) of the compound battery? (Hint: you have the voltage with nothing connected and the current when shorted out.)

0.14

Now, suppose that the voltages of the two component batteries are not quite the same. For example, suppose that V2=1.6. Then when we hook the two batteries together current will flow and the higher voltage battery will charge the lower voltage one. What is the current (in Amperes) that will flow?

0.1754

S2E6: MODELING

Joe has a barn that is 113.0 feet from his house. He needs to supply 1000 Watts at 240V to a resistive load at his barn from the 60Hz power line at his house. Note that the circuit from the house to the barn requires two lengths of the interconnecting wire. He proposes to use number 12 AWG wire to connect his house to his barn. (AWG is American Wire Gauge: a specification of the size of the wire. For more information see.) Number 12 AWG copper wire has a resistance of 1.588 per 1000 feet.

0.358888

57.6

What is the voltage drop (in Volts) from the house to the load at the barn due to the resistance in Joe's transmission line?

1.486

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