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Figure P57 for t < 0 The switch is closed at t = 0 V1 = 12 V R1 = 680 R3 = 18 k C = 047 F R2 = 22 k
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Determine the time constant of the circuit for t > 0
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511 Just before the switch is opened at t = 0 in Figure
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P51, the current through the inductor is 170 mA in the direction shown VS = 12 V R1 = 6 k R3 = 3 k L = 09 mH R2 = 6 k
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515 The circuit of Figure P515 is a simple model of an
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automotive ignition system The switch models the points that switch electrical power to the cylinder when the fuel-air mixture is compressed R is the resistance between the electrodes (ie, the gap ) of the spark plug VG = 12 V R = 17 k RG = 037
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Determine the time constant of the circuit for t > 0
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Determine the value of L and R1 so that the voltage across the spark plug gap just after the switch is changed is 23 kV and so that this voltage will change exponentially with a time constant = 13 ms
t=0 RS + + _ VS R1
RG + + V _ G R1 L R
+ VR
Figure P518
519 Steady-state conditions exist in the circuit shown in
Figure P57 for t < 0 The switch is closed at t = 0 V1 = 12 V R1 = 4 M R3 = 6 M C = 150 F R2 = 80 M
Figure P515
516 The inductor L in the circuit shown in Figure P516
is the coil of a relay When the current through the coil is equal to or greater than +2 mA the relay functions Assume steady-state conditions at t < 0 If: VS = 12 V L = 109 mH R1 = 31 k
Determine the time constant of the circuit for t > 0
520 Just before the switch is opened at t = 0 in Figure
P51, the current through the inductor is 170 mA in the direction shown VS = 12 V R1 = 400 R3 = 600 L = 100 mH R2 = 400
determine R2 so that the relay functions at t = 23 s
t=0 R1 + + _ Vs iL(t) R2
Determine the time constant of the circuit for t > 0
521 For the circuit shown in Figure P521, assume that
switch S1 is always open and that switch S2 closes at t = 0 a Find the capacitor voltage, vC (t), at t = 0+ b Find the time constant, , for t 0 c Find an expression for vC (t) and sketch the function d Find vC (t) for each of the following values of t: 0, , 2 , 5 , 10
Figure P516
517 Determine the current through the capacitor just
before and just after the switch is closed in Figure P517 Assume steady-state conditions for t < 0 V1 = 12 V R1 = 400 m C = 150 F R2 = 22 k
S1 + R1 5 vC(t) C1 4F
R2 4
t=0 C R2 R1
+ + _ V1
+ 20 V _
R3 C2 4F 3
R4 6
Figure P521
522 For the circuit shown in Figure P521, assume that
switch S1 is always open; switch S2 has been closed for a long time, and opens at t = 0 a Find the capacitor voltage, vC (t), at t = 0+ b Find the time constant, , for t 0 c Find an expression for vC (t) and sketch the function d Find vC (t) for each of the following values of t: 0, , 2 , 5 , 10
Figure P517
518 Determine the voltage across the inductor just
before and just after the switch is changed in Figure P518 Assume steady-state conditions exist for t < 0 VS = 12 V R1 = 33 k RS = 024 L = 100 mH
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Transient Analysis
523 For the circuit of Figure P521, assume that switch
S2 is always open, and that switch S1 has been closed for a long time and opens at t = 0 At t = t1 = 3 , switch S1 closes again a Find the capacitor voltage, vC (t), at t = 0+ b Find an expression for vC (t) for t > 0 and sketch the function
a What is the time constant for 0 < t < 10 s b What is the time constant for t > 10 s
1 k 5 4 k
524 Assume both switches S1 and S2 in Figure P521
close at t = 0 a Find the capacitor voltage, vC (t), at t = 0+ b Find the time constant, , for t 0 c Find an expression for vC (t) and sketch the function d Find vC (t) for each of the following values of t: 0, , 2 , 5 , 10
vS + _ 5 20 1 F 25 1
525 Assume both switches S1 and S2 in Figure P521
have been closed for a long time and switch S2 opens at t = 0+ a Find the capacitor voltage, vC (t), at t = 0+ b Find an expression for vC (t) and sketch the function c Find vC (t) for each of the following values of t: 0, , 2 , 5 , 10
Figure P528
529 The circuit of Figure P529 includes a model of a
voltage-controlled switch When the voltage across the capacitor reaches 7 V, the switch is closed When the capacitor voltage reaches 05 V, the switch opens Assume that the capacitor voltage is initially VC = 05 V and that the switch has just opened a Sketch the capacitor voltage versus time, showing explicitly the periods when the switch is open and when the switch is closed b What is the period of the voltage waveform across the 10- resistor
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