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Find R for resonance of the network shown in Fig. 12-57. Sketch the admittance locus diagram. Ans: Resonance cannot be achieved by varying R. See Fig. 12-58.
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In Problem 12.32, for what values of the inductive reactance will it be possible to obtain resonance at some value of the variable resistance R Ans: XL 8:2  (a) Construct the admittance locus diagram for the circuit shown in Fig. 12-59. resistance in the RL branch is resonance possible for only one value of XL Ans: a See Fig. 12-60. b 6:25 : (b) For what value of
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Determine the value(s) of L for which the circuit shown in Fig. 12-61 is resonant at 5000 rad/s. Ans: 2:43 mH, 66.0 mH A three-branch parallel circuit has xed elements in two branches; in the third branch, one element is variable. The voltage-current phasor diagram is shown in Fig. 12-62. Identify all the elements if ! 5000 rad/s.
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Fig. 12-62 Ans: Branch 1: R 8:05 ; L 0:431 mH Branch 2: R 4:16 ; C 27:7 mF Branch 3: L 2:74 mH, variable R
Describe the circuit which corresponds to each locus in Fig. 12-63 if there is only one variable element in each circuit. Ans: (a) A two-branch parallel circuit. Branch 1: xed R and XC ; branch 2: xed R and variable XC . (b) A three-branch parallel circuit. Branch 1: xed R and XC ; branch 2: xed XC ; branch 3: xed R and variable XL . (c) A two-branch parallel circuit. Branch 1: xed R and XC ; branch 2: xed XL and variable R.
Fig. 12-63 12.38 In the circuit of Fig. 12-64, L 1 mH. Determine R1 , R2 , and C such that the impedance between the two terminals of the circuit is 100  at all frequencies. Ans: C 100 nF, R1 R2 100  Given V2 =V1 10s= s2 2s 81 and v1 t cos !t , determine ! such that the amplitude of v2 t attains a maximum. Find that maximum. Ans: ! 9 rad/s, V2 5 V Given H s s= s2 as b determine a and b such that the magnitude of the frequency response jH ! j has a maximum at 100 Hz with a half-power bandwidth of 5 Hz. Then nd the quality factor Q. Ans: a 31:416; b 394784; Q 20
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Given H s s 1 = s2 2s p determine where jH ! j is at a maximum, its half-power bandwidth and 82 , quality factor. Ans: !0 82 % 9 rad/s, ! 2 rad/s, Q 4:53 In a parallel RLC circuit R 10 k and L 20 mH. (a) Find C so that the circuit resonates at 1 MHz. Find the quality factor Q and the bandwidth in kHz. (b) Find the terminal voltage of the circuit if an AC current source of I 1 mA is applied to it at: (i) 1 MHz, (ii) 1.01 MHz, (iii) 1.006 MHz Ans: a C 1:267 nF; Q 79:6; f 12:56 kHz; (b) V2 10 V at 1 MHz, 5.34 V at 1.01 MHz, and 7.24 V at 1.006 MHz A coil is modeled as a 50-mH inductor in series with a 5- resistor. Specify the value of a capacitor to be placed in series with the coil so that the circuit would resonate at 600 kHz. Find the quality factor Q and bandwidth f in kHz. Ans: C 1:4 nF; Q 37:7; f 15:9 kHz The coil of Problem 12.43 placed in parallel with a capacitor C resonates at 600 kHz. Find C, quality factor Q, and bandwidth f in kHz. Hint: Find the equivalent parallel RLC circuit. Ans: C 1:4 nF; Q 37:7; f 15:9 kHz The circuit in Fig. 12-65(a) is a third-order Butterworth low-pass lter. Find the network function, the magnitude of the frequency response, and its half-power cuto frequency !0 . Ans: H s 1= s3 2s2 2s 1 ; jH ! j2 1= 1 !6 ; !0 1 rad/s
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