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1 / a hundred = 1 ms (b) in advance of the change opens, the circuit is in dc regular nation with an inductor present of Vs / R1 = 1. five A. This present keeps to movement in the inductor instantly after the change opens so we now have i (0+) = 1. five A . This present needs to circulate (upward) via R2 so the preliminary worth of the voltage is v (0 +) = −R2i (0 +) = −150 V. (c) We see that the preliminary value of v(t) is ten occasions greater than the resource voltage. (d) The voltage is given by way of v (t ) = − Vs L exp( −t / τ ) = −150 exp( −1000t ) R1τ allow us to denote the time at which the voltage reaches 1/2 its preliminary value as tH. Then we've zero. five = exp( −1000tH ) fixing and substituting values we receive tH = −10 −3 ln(0. five) = 10 −3 ln(2) = zero. 6931 ms 122 E4. five First we write a KCL equation for t ≥ zero. t v (t ) 1 + ∫ v (x )dx + zero = 2 R L zero Taking the spinoff of every time period of this equation with appreciate to time and multiplying each one time period by means of R, we receive: dv (t ) R + v (t ) = zero dt L the answer to this equation is of the shape: v (t ) = okay exp( −t / τ ) during which τ = L / R = zero. 2 s is the time consistent and ok is a continuing that has to be selected to slot the preliminary stipulations within the circuit. because the preliminary (t = 0+) inductor present is distinct to be 0, the preliminary present within the resistor needs to be 2 A and the preliminary voltage is 20 V: v (0+) = 20 = okay hence, we've v (t ) = 20 exp( −t / τ ) 1 iR = v / R = 2 exp( −t / τ ) t t 1 iL (t ) = ∫ v (x )dx = [− 20 τ exp( −x / τ )] = 2 − 2 exp( −t / τ ) L0 2 zero E4. 6 sooner than t = zero, the circuit is in DC regular kingdom and the similar circuit is hence we've i(0-) = 1 A. but the present during the inductor can't swap right away so we even have i(0+) = 1 A. With the change open, we will write the KVL equation: di (t ) + 200i (t ) = a hundred dt the answer to this equation is of the shape i (t ) = okay 1 + ok 2 exp( −t / τ ) within which the time consistent is τ = 1 / 2 hundred = five ms. In regular kingdom with the change open, we've i (∞) = ok 1 = a hundred / 2 hundred = zero. five A. Then utilizing the preliminary 123 current, we have now i (0+) = 1 = ok 1 + okay 2 , from which we confirm that okay 2 = zero. five. therefore we've i (t ) = 1. zero A for t < zero = zero. five + zero. five exp( −t / τ ) for t > zero. v (t ) = L di (t ) dt = zero V for t < zero = −100 exp( −t / τ ) for t > zero. E4. 7 As in instance four. four, the KVL equation is t 1 Ri (t ) + ∫ i (x )dx + v C (0+) − 2 cos(200t ) = zero C zero Taking the spinoff and multiplying via C, we receive di (t ) RC + i (t ) + 400C sin(200t ) = zero dt Substituting values and rearranging the equation turns into di (t ) five × 10 −3 + i (t ) = −400 × 10 −6 sin(200t ) dt the actual answer is of the shape i p (t ) = A cos(200t ) + B sin(200t ) Substituting this into the differential equation and rearranging phrases ends up in five × 10 −3 [− 200A sin(200t ) + 200B cos(200t )] + A cos(200t ) + B sin(200t ) = −400 × 10 −6 sin(200t ) Equating the coefficients of the cos and sin phrases supplies the subsequent equations: − A + B = −400 × 10 −6 and B + A = zero from which we ascertain = 2 hundred × 10 −6 and B = −200 × 10 −6 .

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