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Problem Set 1

Monsoon 2016

EED103

**Due in Tutorials on August 16 and 17
**

Note and follow the definitions and notations given below.

vs

is

**Independent Voltage Source
**

i

+

+

**Independent Current Source
**

i

i

+

d(Li)

v =

dt

Linear Resistor

Linear Capacitor

Linear Inductor

For linear time-invariant capacitors and inductors, i = C(dv/dt) and v = L(di/dt) respectively.

v = Ri

v

d(Cv)

i =

dt

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1.

**Sketch the waveform of the current flowing through a linear capacitor for 0 < t < 4sec if
**

(a) a constant voltage v = 10 volts is applied to the capacitor and the capacitance C varies

with time as shown below, where C1 = 2000pF and C2 = 1000pF.

(b) the capacitor has a constant capacitance C = 1000pF and the applied voltage v varies

with time as shown below, where Vm = 10 volts.

C1

Vm

C2

v

C

0

1

2

3

4

Prob. 1(a)

t (sec)

0

1

2

Prob. 1(b)

3

4

t (sec)

2.

**Calculate and plot the variation of the current (for 0 < t < 4sec) in a linear inductor having a
**

constant inductance L = 1 mH if the voltage v of Prob. 1(b) is applied across the inductor,

with the magnetic flux = 0 at t = 0. What is the energy stored in the inductor at t = 4sec?

3.

**Calculate and sketch the waveform of the voltage v across a linear capacitor having a
**

constant capacitance C = 0.01F if the capacitor is initially uncharged and the waveform of

the current i flowing through the capacitor for a period of 4sec is as given below.

2

2

i (mA)

0

1

i

(mA)

1

t (sec)

2

3

–3

0

1

2

Prob. 3 (a)

3

4

t (sec)

Prob. 3 (b)

20 from Chapter 2 of the text-book. 7 from Chapter 3 of the text-book. 3 from Chapter 3 of the text-book. Problem no. 15. 7. 8 from Chapter 3 of the text-book. 4 from Chapter 3 of the text-book 13. R . Problem no. The given circuit has a d-c voltage source V = 5V connected to the parallel combination of a time-varying resistor R and a time-varying capacitor C. 5k 2F i V C + R C R R C C C 1F vo _ 1k 0 0 R R T/2 T Problem 4(b) Problem 4(a) 5. Problem no. 8 from Chapter 2 of the text-book. 9. Problem no. 8. 11. Problem no. 16. Problem no. and hence find the value of T that would result in a constant value of the current i. Problem no. Problem no. Problem no. 10. Problem no. Problem no. Problem no. 14 from Chapter 3 of the text-book. Obtain expressions for the current i in the two time intervals 0 < t < T/2 and T/2 < t < T. 19 from Chapter 2 of the text-book. the nature of variations of R and C with time being as given below. Problem no. 23 from Chapter 3 of the text-book. 19. 17. 31 from Chapter 3 of the text-book. 12. Problem no. 12 from Chapter 2 of the text-book. 22 from Chapter 3 of the text-book. 39 from Chapter 3 of the text-book. 27 from Chapter 2 of the text-book. R R t 3T/2 Determine the equivalent resistance Req of the infinite resistive ladder network shown below.4. 20. 14. 18. R Req R R R R 6. Problem no. 16 from Chapter 3 of the text-book.

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