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I B.Tech Supplementary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2006 NETWORK THEORY ( Common to Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Control Engineering, Computer Science & Systems Engineering, Electronics & Telematics and Electronics & Computer Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks

1. (a) State and explain Kirchoff’s laws. (b) The voltage waveform shown in figure 1 in applied to a pull capacitor of 60µf. Sketch i(F) and p(F).

Figure 1: (c) Compare electric and magnetic circuits.

2. (a) The magnetic circuit of a certain electromagnet can be regarded a consisting of 3 parts in series early being of uniform cross sectional area. Part I Length 10cms C.S area = 0.48 cm2 . Part II - Air gap length 0.5mm C.S area = 1.2cm2 . Part III - Length 8cms C.S area = 0.9cm2 Part I and III has the following B - H characteristic H (AT/m) 120 280 500 800 1500 B (wb/m2 ) 0.25 0.5 0.8 1.0 1 .2 Determine the current required in a coil of 1000 turns on part III, to produce a flux density of 0.3 Wb /m2 in the air gap. Neglect magnetic leakage. (b) Derive the relation ship between the self inductance L1 and L2 and the mutual inductance M of two coupled coils. 3. (a) Deduce the relation between resonant frequency and half power frequencies. 1 of 5

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(b) Sketch (not to scale) the loci of branch and total currents drawn by a parallel circuit consisting of a fixed R and available C in arc branch and a fixed L in the other. The value of R is such that two values of C produces resonance. 4. (a) Determine the basic tie set matrix for the given oriented graph taking edges 1,2,3 and 4 as links. (figure 2)

Figure 2: (b) Using Nodal analysis determine the node voltage V2 in the network given (figure 3). I1 = 10 00 A I2 = 10 600 A y1 = (0.5 − j 1.0) s y2 = (0.2 + j 0.6) s y3 = (0.8 − j 0.6) s

Figure 3: (c) Find the dual of the network shown in figure 4. 5. (a) Determine the basic tie set matrix for the given oriented graph taking edges 1,2,3 and 4 as links. (figure 5) (b) Using Nodal analysis determine the node voltage V2 in the network given (figure 6). I1 = 10 00 A I2 = 10 600 A y1 = (0.5 − j 1.0) s y2 = (0.2 + j 0.6) s y3 = (0.8 − j 0.6) s

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Code No: NR10204 (c) Find the dual of the network shown in figure 7.

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Figure 7: 6. (a) Using super position theorem, determine the current through RL = 10 ohms in the network shown in figure 8

Figure 8: (b) Determine the transmissions parameters for the 2-part network given. (figure9)

Figure 9: 7. (a) The switch in the circuit shown below is closed at t=0. Find v2 (t) for all t ≥ 0 by time domain method. Assume zero initial current in the inductance. (figure 10) (b) The switch in the circuit given below is closed at t=0. Determine the voltage across the inductance Vl (t) for all t ≥ 0 by laplace transform method. Assume 4 of 5

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Figure 10: zero initial current in the inductance. Vg = 10 sin (100t+α) R=20ohms L=0.1H

Figure 11: 8. (a) Design an m-derived T section low pass filter having a design impedance of 600 ohms, cut-off frequency of 2400 Hz and infinite attenuation at 2500 Hz. (b) Explain the following statements used in SPICE. i. ii. iii. iv. IS 04 DC 50 MA R4 42 200 PRINT DC V(4) I(VX) I(VY) WIDTH OUT = (80).

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