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TL;DR Summary: Build a circuit of given operation on voltages
I'll appreciate any help.
I need to create circuit of this operation on three voltages:
We'll use circuit of voltages summer:
The third term is the integral of U_3, so we'll use integrator:
Than, calculate capacitance:
And on...
This is the figure given by the question.
Here is the redraw of above circuit.
What I request to ask are:
1. Is my redraw is correct or not?
2. The Vout asked in the question is referred to the voltage after passing throgh R8?
Thank you for your answers.
My thoughts were I could use mesh current analysis to derive equations for current hence power in each case in terms of ωC and R, set the equations for real power equal to each other and solve for R. While ωC are known I opted to leave them as letters thinking this might make life easier when...
Figure:
My attempt at a solution:
a) ##\boxed{V_{TH}}##
Current source equations ##\rightarrow \boxed{2=I_2-I_1}##
Control variable equations ##\rightarrow V_1=4I_2\rightarrow \boxed{0=4I_2-V_1}##
Super Mesh ##\rightarrow -0,5V_1+2I_1+I_2(4+8)-8I_3=0\rghtarrow...
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I thought that if the slope of the T versus R graph is 4.00μF, then the capacitance would be 4.00μF but it says that's wrong. I know I'm doing something wrong but I'm not sure how to approach this problem. Can someone help?
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Many thanks in advance.
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You are given a black box with three terminals, as shown below. The box is known to
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A - B: 1.5 ohms
B - C: 3 ohms
A - C: 2.5 ohms
Determine the configuration of the five...
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I have resolve this basic circuit, but, i have a little questions about.
The first circuit its:
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I tried to simulate the circuit shown in fig 1 using Multisim and here's my work:
The result:
I do not know where is my mistake, could someone help me figuring out the problem?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
The problem is shown below: (I am only asking about part b)
^Above is the problem.
Below is the solution to part b. They have claimed that we can set potential at C = D = u(t), and A=B=0. Why is this claim true?
What I realize:
By applying Kirchoff's across ACDB, Voltage across C1 = Voltage...
Ok, first I want to say that I am an electrical engineer. I want to be very clear that I am trying to understand a specific situation that I came across. I am searching for an answer of why and how this situation could happen. I don't want a solution for the problem, just a theoretical, physical...
I would like to share my understanding of both of these questions.
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Edit: Picture of the Circuit (Simple RL circuit)
The value of L is not given.
Attempt to Solve for T by Rearranging Equation 1:
I rearranged the equation to solve for T, using Ohm's Law so solve for I = V/R at each time.
https://www.desmos.com/calculator/qlb2n6w4bg
This graph is...
I am given the answer is 2J and I know how to get there with U = q^2/2C. But what I don't understand is that why is the energy not conserved here? How can energy loses just because the capacitance is doubled?
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Aren't...
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First op-amp
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I have called the voltage feeding into...
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