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DC Week 3

EEE 33

June 24 – 30, 2012


PROBLEM 1

50 kΩ
25 kΩ
50 kΩ
99 kΩ

+
+
10 V 1 kΩ v 0.001v RL

Solve for the current supplied by the voltage source given that
RL = 10 kΩ using
a. Nodal analysis
b. Mesh analysis
PROBLEM 2

R1 R2
v1
R R
v2
R1
− −
v3
+ + +
vo

Use superposition to solve for v3 and vo (in terms of v1 and v2 ).


What mathematical operation does the op-amp circuit do?
PROBLEM 3
12 kΩ

4 kΩ 20 kΩ
+ iy
vw
10 kΩ − 10 kΩ +
vz 2 kΩ

5 mA
+
24 V − 6 kΩ ix 2 mA
1.615 kΩ

1. Solve for the value of vw , vz , ix , and iy using superposition.


2. What will happen to ix if
a. at least one of the current sources is doubled.
b. the voltage source is doubled.
PROBLEM 3
12 kΩ

4 kΩ 20 kΩ
+ iy
vw
10 kΩ − 10 kΩ +
vz 2 kΩ

5 mA
+
24 V − 6 kΩ ix 2 mA
1.615 kΩ

3. What will happen to vz and iy if


a. the 5 mA source is tripled?
b. the 2 mA source is tripled?
c. the 24 V source is tripled?
d. the two current sources are tripled?
PROBLEM 3
12 kΩ

4 kΩ 20 kΩ
+ iy
vw
10 kΩ − 10 kΩ +
vz 2 kΩ

5 mA
+
24 V − 6 kΩ ix 2 mA
1.615 kΩ

3. What will happen to vz and iy if


e. all three sources are tripled?
4. Try to explain the significance of your different answers in (2)
and (3) above.
PROBLEM 4
12 kΩ

4 kΩ a20 kΩ b
+
vw
10 kΩ − 10 kΩ +
vz 2 kΩ
c

5 mA
+
24 V − 6 kΩ 2 mA
1.615 kΩ

1. Solve for the value of vw and the voltage across the other
10 kΩ resistor (vbc ) by first deriving the Thevenin equivalent
circuit seen by the 10 kΩ resistor across terminals a-c.
2. Solve for vz by first getting the Norton equivalent circuit seen
by the 2 kΩ resistor.
PROBLEM 5

R2 14 kΩ
20 kΩ
+ R1
v 20 kΩ
+ −
100 V − 1.5 mA R3 16 kΩ

1. Find the Thevenin equivalent circuit as seen by R1 at its


terminals using source transformation and network reduction.
2. Repeat (1) for R3 .
PROBLEM 6

40 Ω
10 Ω A
2Ω +

12 Ω
+
+
0.55 V 30 Ω v1 6Ω vo

− −
3v1
+

B

What is the Norton equivalent circuit across A-B? What should


be the value of a load resistor placed across A-B that will allow
this circuit to deliver maximum power to it?