I expected to get 27,6 mH
By doing what you guys said I get to a turns ratio of 2 (dividing the voltages voltages). That means the current I2rms is 2 times current I1rms equals to 10V. That means L22 = LM/2 = 15.9 mH
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Ok I have the following circuit and data (when the subscript is "ef" it means "rms" values):
I am asked to determine the parameters of the transformer r1 L11, L22 and LM with the given experimental data.
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I had...
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So I'm really confused with mutual inductors and dot convention. If your answer is going to be a link to any website I can assure you I read them all and that only left me more confused. So here are my questions:
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Determine the parameters of the PI controller such that two of the closed-loop poles of the transfer function Gclr(s) correspond to the poles of a second order LTI system with the following specifications: i) overshoot S% = 25%; and ii) settling time ts(5%) = 120 s.
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Really can't anyone help me? I've been around this problem for an entire day I'm losing my mind with this, it must be a simple math trick I have no freaking idea about...
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I have a coaxial cable with internal conductor of radius r1 and external conductor of radii r2 and r3. The material of the conductors has a conductivity ##\sigma_1##. Between the conductors there is a imperfect dielectric of conductivity ##\sigma_2##.
Consider the...
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The following figure represent the traversal cut of a system with two cylindrical equal conductors of radius r0 length l at a distance d from one another and at the same distance h of a plane conductor (conductor zero). The dielectric that surrounds the conductors is the...
Hey berkeman! Thank you for trying to help.
Yes partial capacitances are a little bit different than "regular capacitances" (i.e. the capacitances that figure out on a capacitance matrix). What my book says is
" An alternative method – the so-called partial capacitance scheme – consists of...
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I have a small question about the following problem. The figure represents the cross-section of a three-conductor system comprising a communications coaxial cable of length l running parallel to a conducting wall (reference conductor). Determine the partial capacitance...
@Charles Link as you advised me I gave a look into this problem. I have a few questions though that I hope you can help me clarify. My doubts are in the expression you use (the constant ##\mu_0##). Shouldn't we use ? And ? However by doing that I get to ##B= \mu_0 M##. Is that wrong?
Hi! Yes I considered the theoretical model given in class, that takes beta as a constant. I also noticed that the LTSPICE model of the transistor includes a finite value for the Early voltage, while in the theoretical analysis we are instructed to assume that this voltage is infinite (therefore...
The fact that I obtained 240K in my theoretical analysis... It's an error of 17%, isn't this too much? I'm afraid 240k is the wrong value, but I revised my calculations and I don't see the mistake.
Hi! I did a new measure considering the peak of the output voltage as the frequency to measure my resistances and obtained 19.6 k for Ri1 (which is pretty satisfactory)... But 200 kohm for Ri2! What am I doing wrong?
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I'm studying a circuit with BJT's and I'm asked to determine the input resistances of the two amplification steps of the circuit. The circuit I'm analyzing is the following one:
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To determine the input resistances I...
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I have the following circuit with MOSFET (cascode amplifier).
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[1]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/BAqQh.png
Information given:
##V_t=1V##
##I_1=20\mu A##
##k=10 \mu AV^{-2}##
Knowing that ##V_b## is 5V determine the minimum value...
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I'm studying the following circuit with a MOSFET
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[1]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/gEEdQ.png
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Now for analyzing this circuit my book came out with various equations (which I...
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Oh yes that's the better approach, I didn't thought about it, thanks!
The phase difference between the voltages across the inductor and the capacitor is \pi.
Since the overall effective voltage is 1 that leaves us with two options: the voltage on the capacitor is zero (this is the case...
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Consider the following circuit where i(t) is sinusoidal and exists across both components. (1) is an inductor and (2) is a capacitor. The ideal voltmeters measure effective value. What is the value measured by V2:
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I'm studying a mathematical behaviour of a servo motor and I need some help to understand it.
The output signal is \$\beta (t)\$, representing the angle rotated by the axis at instant t, in relation to the equilibrium position.
On the servomotor...
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I have the following problem. Consider a circuit node where 3 sinusoidal currents with the same frequency converge, i1 i2 and i3. Knowing that the effective values of i1 and i2 are I1ef=1A and I2ef=2A. What can we say about I3ef:
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$$(a)1A \leq I_{3ef} \leq 3A$$...