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1. Homework Statement

The problem says:

For the next circuit obtain a particular solution for R3 when v1=v2=l1=l2=0 at t=0.

vs= cos(wt) dc source= 10v *R3 is the 1k resistor.

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2. Homework Equations

Kirchoff current law

3. The Attempt at a Solution

With node analysis, there are two differential equations to solve, I solved the differential equation and got:

According to simulations the efect of frequency is not too strong, I think that the system of DE was wrong, and that's why solution isn't reallistic.

PD. voltage v is noise and it equals to cos(wt). I Have done a simulation i'll add it.

Simulations:

W=1Hz

W=1MHz

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The problem says:

For the next circuit obtain a particular solution for R3 when v1=v2=l1=l2=0 at t=0.

vs= cos(wt) dc source= 10v *R3 is the 1k resistor.

http://postimage.org/image/fxtu2blaf/ [Broken]

2. Homework Equations

Kirchoff current law

3. The Attempt at a Solution

With node analysis, there are two differential equations to solve, I solved the differential equation and got:

According to simulations the efect of frequency is not too strong, I think that the system of DE was wrong, and that's why solution isn't reallistic.

PD. voltage v is noise and it equals to cos(wt). I Have done a simulation i'll add it.

Simulations:

W=1Hz

W=1MHz

http://postimage.org/image/s28jolkiv/ [Broken]

http://postimage.org/image/elvpjifpx/ [Broken]

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