# An op amp circuit simulation

1. May 2, 2012

### Saeed.z

hi everyone ,

i solved a text book question which says :

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and found analytically : ia = -470 uA, ib = 770 uA , ic = 22 uA, ig= 322 uA, is = 64.5 uA

Ra= 1kohms, Rb=2kohms, Rc = 1.5 kohms, Rf= 210 kohms , Vo = 14.5 v

and i simulate it by using multisim as shown below :

http://img32.imageshack.us/img32/8847/simue.png [Broken]

the current (Is) looks different ! is there something wrong with simulation ? thanks : )

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2. May 2, 2012

3. May 4, 2012

### Saeed.z

ok ^^

Here is my solution :

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http://img444.imageshack.us/img444/1305/ee2f.jpg [Broken]

hope it's clear :) thanks

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4. May 4, 2012

### Saeed.z

=> Vn = 29/30 v and Vo = 14.5 v

=> I s = ( Vn - 0 ) / 15k = 64.44 uA

I a = ( Va - Vp ) / 1k = -466.67 uA

I b = (Vb - Vp ) / 2k = 766.67 uA

I c = ( Vc - Vp ) / 1.5k = 22.2 uA

I g = ( Vp - 0 ) / 3k = 322.2 uA

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5. May 4, 2012

### Saeed.z

any help ? thanks

6. May 4, 2012

### Saeed.z

i got it ! thanks :)