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Figure P339 Figure P334
340 In the circuit shown in Figure P340, VS models the 335 Find the Th venin equivalent for the circuit of e
Figure P335
2 3
25 V +
voltage produced by the generator in a power plant, and Rs models the losses in the generator, distribution wire, and transformers The three resistances model the various loads connected to the system by a customer How much does the voltage across the total load change when the customer connects the third load R3 in parallel with the other two loads VS = 110 V Rs = 19 m R1 = R2 = 930 m R3 = 100 m
Figure P335
336 Find the Norton equivalent of the circuit of Figure
P334
RS R1
+ + _ VS
337 Find the Norton equivalent of the circuit of Figure
P337
4 3 + v 2
Power plant
Customer
Figure P340
341 In the circuit shown in Figure P341, VS models the
voltage produced by the generator in a power plant, and Rs models the losses in the generator, distribution wire, and transformers R1 , R2 , and R3 model the various loads connected by a customer How much does the voltage across the total load change when the customer closes switch S3 and connects the third load R3 in parallel with the other two loads VS = 450 V Rs = 19 m R1 = R2 = 13 R3 = 500 m
10 V + _
Figure P337
338 Find the Norton equivalent of the circuit to the left
of the 2resistor in Figure P338
3
Resistive Network Analysis
RS S3
+ + _ VS
344 The circuit of Figure P344 shows a battery in
parallel with a mechanical generator supplying a load VB = 11 V RB = 07 VG = 12 V RG = 03 RL = 7
Power system
Determine: a The Th venin equivalent of the circuit to the right e of the terminal pair or port X-X b The terminal voltage of the battery, ie, the voltage between X and X
X Y RG RL + + _ VB X + + VG _ Y
Figure P341
342 A nonideal voltage source is modeled in Figure
P342 as an ideal source in series with a resistance that models the internal losses; ie, dissipates the same power as the internal losses In the circuit shown in Figure P342, with the load resistor removed so that the current is zero (ie, no load), the terminal voltage of the source is measured and is 20 V Then, with RL = 27 k , the terminal voltage is again measured and is now 18 V Determine the internal resistance and the voltage of the ideal source
Figure P344
345 The circuit of Figure P345 shows a battery in
parallel with a mechanical generator supplying a load
RS +
+ + _ VS
VB = 11 V RB = 07
VG = 12 V RG = 03
RL = 72
VR
Determine: a The Th venin equivalent of the circuit to the left of e the terminal pair or port Y -Y b The terminal voltage of the battery, ie, the voltage between Y and Y
X RB RL + + V _ B X + VG + _ Y Y RG
Nonideal source
Figure P342
343 The circuit of Figure P343 is part of the DC
biasing network in many transistor ampli er stages Determining its Th venin equivalent circuit e considerably simpli es analysis of the ampli er Determine the Th venin equivalent circuit with respect e to the port shown R1 = 13 M R2 = 220 k VCC = 20 V
Figure P345
346 Find the Norton equivalent resistance of the circuit
in Figure P346 by applying a voltage source vo and calculating the resulting current io
+ + _ VCC
6 2i
Port
+ v
Figure P343
Figure P346
Part I
Circuits
347 The circuit shown in Figure P347 is in the form of
what is known as a differential ampli er Find an expression for vo in terms of v1 and v2 using Th venin s or Norton s theorem e
i1 2 i1 v1 + 4
351 Using superposition, determine the voltage across
R2 in the circuit of Figure P351 VS1 = VS2 = 12 V R1 = R2 = R3 = 1 k
i2 2 5 vO + 4 i2
+ v 2
R2 + + _ VS1 R3 + + _ VS2
Figure P351 Figure P347
348 Refer to the circuit of Figure P335 Assume the
Th venin voltage is known to be 2 V, positive at the e bottom terminal Find the new source voltage
352 With reference to Figure P352, using
superposition, determine the component of the current through R3 that is due to VS2 VS1 = VS2 = 450 V R1 = 7 R2 = 5 R3 = 10 R 4 = R5 = 1
Section 3: Superposition 349 With reference to Figure P349, determine the
current through R1 due only to the source VS2 VS1 = 110 V R1 = 560 R3 = 810 VS2 = 90 V R2 = 35 k
+ _ VS1
+ R4
R1 R3
+
+ _ VS1
+ +
R1 R2
+ _ VS2
R2 R5
+ _ VS2
Figure P352
353 The circuit shown in Figure P324 is a simpli ed
DC version of an AC three-phase electrical distribution system VS1 = VS2 = VS3 = 170 V RW 1 = RW 2 = RW 3 = 07 R1 = 19 R2 = 23 R3 = 11 To prove how cumbersome and inef cient (although sometimes necessary) the method is, determine, using superposition, the current through R1
Figure P349
350 Determine, using superposition, the voltage across
R in the circuit of Figure P350 IB = 12 A VG = 12 V R = 023 RB = 1 RG = 03
Section 4: Maximum Power Transfer
RB + + _ VG
354 The equivalent circuit of Figure P354 has:
VTH = 12 V Req = 8
Figure P350
If the conditions for maximum power transfer exist, determine:
3
Resistive Network Analysis
a The value of RL b The power developed in RL c The ef ciency of the circuit, that is, the ratio of power absorbed by the load to power supplied by the source
Ra + va
v2 ib Rb + vb 26 A
Req + + _ VTH
Figure P357
Figure P354
358 We have seen that some devices do not have a linear
current-voltage characteristic for all i and v that is, R is not constant for all values of current and voltage For many devices, however, we can estimate the characteristics by piecewise linear approximation For a portion of the characteristic curve around an operating point, the slope of the curve is relatively constant The inverse of this slope at the operating point is de ned as incremental resistance, Rinc : Rinc = dV dI
[V0 ,I0 ]
355 The equivalent circuit of Figure P354 has:
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