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SEMESTER 2, ACADEMIC YEAR 2013/2014

TEST 2

 SUBJECT CODE : EEEB123 SUBJECT : CIRCUIT ANALYSIS II DATE : Monday, 30 th December 2013 TIME : 1½ hours

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INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES:

• 1. Fill up all information needed on the front cover of your answer script.

• 2. There are 3 questions in this test paper. Answer ALL questions.

• 3. Write your answers in PEN only. Answers the examiner cannot read will not be marked.

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• 5. Those caught cheating will be asked to leave the examination venue and awarded zero marks.

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QUESTION 1 [8 + 12 = 20 marks]

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• (a) A balanced three-phase Y source with acb sequence drives a Y-connected three-phase load with impedance of 10+j20 per-phase. The load voltage at its B-phase is found to be 5025° V.

If the impedance of the source and the line connecting the source to the

load are 5+j6 and 2+j4 per-phase respectively, calculate

 (i) The line currents (ii) [4 marks] The source voltages [4 marks]
• (b) The load current at c-phase of a balanced Y-Δ system is measured to be 6.2560° A. The system has a load impedance of 6+j12 per-phase and line impedance of 875° per- phase. Given that the system is in positive sequence, obtain

 (i) The load voltages (ii) (iii) [3 marks] The line currents [4 marks] The total complex , real and reactive power supplied by the sources [5 marks]

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QUESTION 2 [20 + 20 = 40 marks]

• (a) Based on Figure 1 where

Z k = 12 + j12 and Z m = 10- 20 ,

• (i) If V s = 15030V, calculate currents I 1 and I 2 .

[13 marks] (ii)
If it is found that I 1 = 4.95- 45 A and I 2 = 2.1280 A, determine the energy
stored in the magnetically coupled coils of j10  and j8  at time, t = 0.25s when
the voltage source supplies cosine wave with frequency,  of 4 rad/s. [7 marks]
j8 
j2 
j3 
Z k
I
2
j9 
j7 
Z m
j4 
j10 
V
s
I
1
Figure 1
• (b) For circuit with ideal transformer shown in Figure 2,

• (i) Draw the Thevenin equivalent circuit by reflecting secondary side to the primary side of the ideal transformer
Using part (i), find I 1 , and then I x and V x
Calculate the power absorbed by the 10  resistor.
[7 marks]
(ii)
[11 marks]
(iii)
[2 marks]
2 
I 1
I
I x
2
15 
20 
10 
1
: 5
+
V x
-
+
+
V
V
1200° V
1
2
30 
600° V
-
-
Figure 2

QUESTION 3 [10 + 10 = 20 marks]

EEEB123 Test 2, Sem 2, 2013/2014

• (a) Figure 3 is linear network representing a type of filter with voltage Vi as its input and voltage Vo as its output. linear filter
C
1
R
Vi
R
C
Vo
2

Figure 3

• (i) Determine the transfer function H, where H is defined as the circuit voltage gain

 Vo/Vi. [6 marks] (ii) Then identify the type of filter this circuit network represents. [4 marks]
• (b) A voltage signal is to be filtered out so that it can only be allowed to pass within a certain frequency range only. Taking resistor value R = 5 Ω, design a passive bandpass filter that has a center frequency ω o = 500 rad/s and bandwidth B = 50 rad/s. Your design should include:

• (i) Calculations to determine suitable values for other circuit components used for

 the filter and its associated half power frequencies. [6 marks] (ii) Circuit diagram of the filter using the values obtained in (i). [2 marks] (iii) Sketch of both ideal and actual frequency response of the filter. [2 marks]

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Appendices: Tables and Formulas

Summary of the characteristics of resonant RLC circuits

Characteristic

Series Circuit

Parallel Circuit

Resonant frequency, w o

Quality factor, Q

Bandwidth, B

Half-power frequencies, w 1 , w 2

For Q 10, w 1 , w 2

# 1 LC
w
L
o # w Q o

## w

o w RC
o
or
2
1
w
1   
o
2
Q
  
2 Q

# w Q o

## w

o w RC
L
o
or
2
1
w
1   
o
2
Q
  
2 Q

# 2

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