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8.1 Given i(t) = 5 cos (400t 120) A, determine the period of the current and the frequency in Hertz.

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.1

1(t) = 10 cos (377t 30) V

2(t) = 10 cos (377t + 90) V

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.2

(t) = 10 cos (377t + 30) V

Determine the phase relationship between i(t) and (t).

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.3

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8.4 Write the expression for the waveform shown in Fig. P8.4 as a cosine function with numerical values for the

amplitude, frequency, and phase.

(t)
24 V
12 V
4 3 2 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
24 V

ms

Figure P8.4

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.4

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8.5 Calculate the current in the resistor in Fig. P8.5 if the voltage input is

(a) 1(t) = 10 cos (377t + 180) V.

(b) 2(t) = 12 sin (377t + 45) V.
Give the answers in both the time and frequency domains.
i(t)
+
(t)

Figure P8.5

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.5

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8.6 Calculate the current in the capacitor shown in Fig. P8.6 if the voltage input is

(a) 1(t) = 10 cos (377t 30) V.

(b) 2(t) = 12 sin (377t + 60) V.
Give the answers in both the time and frequency domains.
i(t)
+
(t)

C = 1 F

Figure P8.6

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.6

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8.7 Determine the phase angles by which 1(t) leads i1(t) and 1(t) leads i2(t), where

1(t) = 4 sin (377t + 25) V

i1(t) = 0.05 cos (377t 20) A
i2(t) = 0.1 sin (377t + 45) A

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.7

j4

Figure P8.8

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.8

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8.9 Calculate the current in the inductor shown in Fig. P8.9 if the voltage input is

(a) 1(t) = 10 cos (377t + 45) V

(b) 2(t) = 5 sin (377t 90) V
Give the answers in both the time and frequency domains.
i(t)
+
(t)

L = 1 mH

Figure P8.9

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.9

1

j1

j2

Figure P8.10

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.10

2

j2

j1

j2

Figure P8.11

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.11

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8.12 Find the impedance, Z, shown in Fig. P8.12 at a frequency of 400 Hz.
10 mH

10 F

Figure P8.12

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.12

j1

j2

Figure P8.13

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.13

10 mH

10 F

Figure P8.14

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.14

1S

j1 S
j2 S

Y
2S

j2 S

2S

j1 S

Figure P8.15

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.15

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8.16 Find the equivalent impedance for the circuit in Fig. P8.16.
8

j8

10
j5
j2
Zeq

j10
4

Figure P8.16

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.16

2

j1

j2

j2
Figure P8.17

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.17

2

10 mH

500 F

Figure P8.18

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.18

6
1

j1

j1

j2

j2

j4
Figure P8.19

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.19

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8.20 In the circuit shown in Fig. P8.20, determine the value of the inductance such that the current is in phase with

4

100 F
Figure P8.20

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.20

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8.21 Find the value of C in the circuit shown in Fig. P8.21 so that Z is purely resistive at a frequency of 60 Hz.
1

5 mH

Figure P8.21

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.21

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8.22 The impedance of the network in Fig. P8.22 is found to be purely real at f = 400 Hz. What is the value of C?

6
C

Z
10 mH

Figure P8.22

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.22

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8.23 The admittance of the box in Fig. P8.23 is 0.1 + j0.2 S at 500 rad/s. What is the impedance at 300 rad/s?

Figure P8.23

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.23

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8.24 The impedance of the box in Fig. P8.24 is 5 + j4 at 1000 rad/s. What is the impedance at 1300 rad/s?

Figure P8.24

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.24

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8.25 Draw the frequency-domain network and calculate o(t) in the circuit shown in Fig. P8.25 if i1(t) is 200 cos (105t + 60)

mA, i2(t) is 100 sin 105 (t + 90) mA, and S(t) = 10 sin (105t) V. Also, use a phasor diagram to determine C (t).

i1(t)

i2(t)

30

o(t)

C(t)

250 nF

S(t)

Figure P8.25

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.25

Problem 8.25

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8.26 The impedance of the circuit in Fig. P8.26 is real at f = 60 Hz. What is the value of L?
L

10 mF

Figure P8.26

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.26

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8.27 Find the frequency at which the circuit shown in Fig. P8.27 is purely resistive.

5 mH

1 mF

Figure P8.27

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.27

8.28 Find S (t) in the circuit in Fig. P8.28.

40
S(t)

25 F

+
C(t) = 80 cos (1000t 60) V

Figure P8.28

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.28

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8.29 Draw the frequency-domain network and calculate i(t) in the circuit shown in Fig. P8.29 if S(t) is 15 sin

(10,000t) V. Also, using a phasor diagram, show that C(t) + R(t) = S(t).
i(t)

C(t)
+
66.67 F

S(t)

20

+
R(t)

Figure P8.29

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.29

Problem 8.29

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8.30 Draw the frequency-domain network and calculate o(t) in the circuit shown in Fig. P8.30 if iS(t) is 1 cos (2500t

45) A. Also, using a phasor diagram, show that iC(t) + iR(t) = iS(t).
iC(t)

iS(t)

20 F

iR(t)
10

+
o(t)

Figure P8.30

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.30

Problem 8.30

i(t)

iC(t)
60

(t) = 120
cos (5000t) V

2.5 F
16 mH

Figure P8.31

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.31

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8.32 If s(t) = 20 cos 5t volts, find o(t) in the network in Fig. P8.32.
3

0.5 H
+

s(t)

1H

10

0.02 F

o(t)

Figure P8.32

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.32

20 200 F

30 mH 100 F
+

10
20 mH

15

o(t)

Figure P8.33

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.33

Problem 8.33

0.1 F
5 cos 10t A

0.4 H

0.02 F

+
o(t)

Figure P8.34

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.34

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8.35 Find io(t) in the circuit in Fig. P8.35 if (t) = 50 cos 100t V.
4

20 mH

2000 F
(t)

io(t)
3

1000 F
50 mH

Figure P8.35

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.35

Problem 8.35

io(t)
0.01 F
25 cos 20t V

0.4 H

0.02 F

+
o(t)

Figure P8.36

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.36

2H

50 cos 5t V

1H

0.2 F

+
0.05 F

o(t)

Figure P8.37

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.37

Problem 8.37

i2(t)
5
8

625 F

25 mH

2
2 cos 400t A

10 mH

Figure P8.38

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.38

2

j10
+

10 120 V

j12

Vo

Figure P8.39

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.39

10 0 A

80

j60
I

Figure P8.40

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.40

+
0.5 25 A

j2

j5

10

Vo

Figure P8.41

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.41

+
1 30 A

j1

j2

Figure P8.42

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.42

5

37 145 V

j6

j 4

10
I

Figure P8.43

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.43

10

0.005 F

0.1 H
+

x(t)

0.2 H

Figure P8.44

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.44

Problem 8.44

50 cos 25t V

0.008 F

0.1 H

10

o(t)

x(t)

2x(t)

0.2 H

Figure P8.45

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.45

Problem 8.45

2

4 cos 10t A

0.2 H
+

2(t)

0.02 F

1(t)

Figure P8.46

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.46

Problem 8.46

1
+
100 0 V

j1

Figure P8.47

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.47

2

j10
+

10 30 V

j12

Vo

Figure P8.48

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.48

1
+
15

5 30 A

j12

Vo

Figure P8.49

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.49

2

j1
+

j1

12 0 V

Vo

Figure P8.50

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.50

VS

j2

V1

+
j2

V2

Io

Figure P8.51

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.51

j2

2
+
VS

j1

V1

+
2

Vo

Figure P8.52

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.52

j1

+
1

V1

VS

j1

j1

Figure P8.53

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.53

j2

V1

j1

IS

1
Io

Figure P8.54

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.54

j1

j1
1

2 0 A
1

12 0 V

Ix

1
Io

Figure P8.55

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.55

1
1

j1

Ix

j1

2 0 A

12 0 V
Io

4 0 V

Figure P8.56

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.56

Problem 8.56

Ix
j1

1
1

R2

12 0 V

2 0 A
1

j1

1
Io

Figure P8.57

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.57

Problem 8.57

2
12 0 V

j1
Z

Vo

Figure P8.58

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.58

2

V1

0.25

j1
j0.25

6 0 A

Figure P8.59

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.59

Problem 8.59

j2

j2
24 0 V

2 90 A

Vo

Figure P8.60

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.60

Problem 8.60

10
+
30

Vo

j10

2 60 A

10 30 V

Figure P8.61

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.61

Problem 8.61

V1

V2
1

j1

1
12 0 V

2 0 A

4 0 A

Io

Figure P8.62

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.62

Problem 8.62

V

j1

j2

4 0 A
12 0 V

6 0 V
Io

Figure P8.63

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.63

V
2

j1
j2

12 0 V

2 0 A

+
2

4 0 V

Vo

Figure P8.64

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.64

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8.65 Use the supernode technique to find Io in the circuit in Fig. P8.65.
12 0 V

j1

+
1

j2

j2

Io
Figure P8.65

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.65

Problem 8.65

+
12 45 V

j1

6 0 V
1

j4
I1

+
j1

Vo

Figure P8.66

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.66

12 0 V
+

j 2
2 0 A

j4

Vo

Figure P8.67

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.67

1
j1
1
2 0 A

Io

j1

12 0 V

Figure P8.68

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.68

Problem 8.68

j1
1

j1
+

1
6 0 V

2 0 A

Vo

Figure P8.69

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.69

Problem 8.69

+

12 0 V

1
+

2 0 A

j1

Vo

Figure P8.70

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.70

Problem 8.70

j1
1

+
Vo

4 0 V
+

12 0 V

6 0 V

Figure P8.71

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.71

1

12 0 V

2 0 A

+
1

j1

1
Io

Figure P8.72

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.72

Problem 8.72

6 0 V

12 0 V

j1

+
j2

2 0 A

Vo

Figure P8.73

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.73

Problem 8.73

Io
2

2
j2

12 0 V

2 0 A

j1

6 0 V

Figure P8.74

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.74

Problem 8.74

6 0 V

j1

4 0 A
12 0 V

+
2 0 A
j1

Io
Figure P8.75

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.75

Problem 8.75

+ Vx

12 0 V

j1

2Vx
+
1

Vo

Figure P8.76

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.76

Problem 8.76

2 0 A

j1

Vx

1
+

6 0 V

2Vx

Vo

Figure P8.77

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.77

j 1

1
2Vx

Vx +
1

12 0 V

Io
Figure P8.78

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.78

+
4 0 V

j1
1

Vo

4Vo

Figure P8.79

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.79

Problem 8.79

2Vx

+ V
x

j 1
1

1
Io

12 0 V

Figure P8.80

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.80

Problem 8.80

4Vo

1
1

4 0 V

Vo

Figure P8.81

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.81

12 0 V

j1
+

2Vx

j1

Vx

Figure P8.82

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.82

Problem 8.82

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8.83 Find the voltage across the inductor in the circuit shown in Fig. P8.83 using nodal analysis.
V1

10 30 V

j2

V2

j1

2Ix

Ix

Figure P8.83

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.83

j1

4 0 V

+
Vx

+
1

4Vx

Vo

Figure P8.84

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.84

Problem 8.84

+
Vx

+
j1

2 0 A

6 0 V

Vo

4Vx

Figure P8.85

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.85

Problem 8.85

+
Vx

6 0 V

2 0 A

4 0 A

j1
1

4Vx

Vo

Figure P8.86

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.86

Problem 8.86

Ix
4Ix

j1
+
+

Vx

Vo

1
1

6 0 V

2Vx

Figure P8.87

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.87

Problem 8.87

Ix

+
1

j1

Vx

1
Io

1
4 Ix

4 0 V

2Vx

Figure P8.88

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.88

Problem 8.88

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8.89 Use mesh analysis to find Vo in the circuit shown in Fig. P8.89.
j1

12 45 V

+
6 0 V

j2
I1

I2

+
2 V
o

Figure P8.89

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.89

Problem 8.89

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.90

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.91

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.92

j1

j2
2 0 A

+
1

12 0 V

Vo

Figure P8.93

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.93

+ Vo
1
1

12 0 V

j1

1
2 0 A

Figure P8.94

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.94

Problem 8.94

2 0 A

j1

12 0 V

4 0 A

j1

Io
Figure P8.95

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.95

Problem 8.95

j2

+
2 0 A

j1

Vo

6 0 V
4 0 A

Figure P8.96

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.96

j1
+
12 0 V

2
2

16 0 V

j1

Vo

2 0 A

Figure P8.97

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.97

Problem 8.97

2

j1

2
+

6 0 A

j2
12 0 V

Vo

Figure P8.98

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.98

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8.99 Use mesh analysis to find Vo in the circuit shown in Fig. P8.99.
j2

j4

12 0 V

I1

I2

+
2

4 90 A

Vo

Figure P8.99

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.99

12 0V

2 0 A

j2

j1

4 0 A

Io
Figure P8.100

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.100

Problem 8.100

j1

6 0 A
j2

4 0A
1

+
2

Vo

2 0 A

Figure P8.101

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.101

Io
4 30 A

j1

1
1

1
2Vx

+
1

2 0 A

Vx

Figure P8.102

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.102

Problem 8.102

4 0 A

j1

Ix
+

2Ix

j1

Vo

Figure P8.103

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.103

Problem 8.103

+
4Ix

j1

1
1

Vo

4 0 V

Ix

Figure P8.104

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.104

Problem 8.104

+
Vx

2 0 A

6 0 V

4 0 A

j1
1

Vx

Vo

Figure P8.105

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.105

12 0 V

+
1

4 0 A

1
j1

+
Vo

Figure P8.106

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.106

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.107

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.108

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.109

Problem 8.109

1

j1

j1
+

6 0 V

6 0 A

Vo

Figure P8.110

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.110

Problem 8.110

1

j1
j2

6 0 V

2 0 A

+
Vo

Figure P8.111

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.111

1
16 0 V

2
j2

4 0 A

2 Vo
j3

Figure P8.112

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.112

Problem 8.112

2

2 0 A

12 0 V

+
j2

j4

+
2 Vo

Figure P8.113

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.113

Problem 8.113

j1

2 0 A

1
j1

4 0 A

6 0 V

Vo

Figure P8.114

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.114

Problem 8.114

+

6 0 V

1
j1

Vo

4 0 A

Figure P8.115

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.115

Problem 8.115

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.116

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8.117 Use source exchange to find the current Io in the network in Fig. P8.117.
1

12 0 V

j1

2
2 0 A

Io

4 0 A

Figure P8.117

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.117

+
j1
12 0 V

6 0 V
1

2 0 A

+
Vo

Figure P8.118

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.118

+
12 0 V

j2

Vo

1
12

1
2 0 A

Figure P8.119

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.119

Problem 8.119

j2
+
2 0 A

Vo

1
4 0 V

6 0 V

2
Figure P8.120

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.120

Problem 8.120

3
6 0 V

Io

12
4 0 A

2 0 A

j3

8 0 V

Figure P8.121

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.21

Problem 8.21

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.122

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.123

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.124

j2

j4

12 0 V

I1

I2

+
2

4 90 A

Vo

Figure P8.125

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.125

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8.126 Apply Thvenins theorem twice to find Vo in the circuit in Fig. P8.126.
1

1
+

6 0 V

j1

j1

Vo

Figure P8.126

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.126

Problem 8.126

1

j2
+

+
Vo

6 0 V

2 0 A
1

Figure P8.127

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.127

Problem 8.127

2 0 A
1

j1
j1

12 0 V

1
Io

Figure P8.128

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.128

Problem 8.128

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8.129 Use Thvenins theorem to find the voltage across the 2- resistor in the network in Fig. P8.129.
2

+
j1

12 0 V
1

j1

2 0 A

Figure P8.129

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.129

Problem 8.129

Io
1

12 0 V

1
j1

1
2 0 A

Figure P8.130

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.130

Problem 8.130

+
1

12 0 V

1
+

2 0 A

j 1

Vo

Figure P8.131

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.131

Problem 8.131

j1

4 0 A
1

3 0 A

Io

12 0 V

+
j1

Figure P8.132

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.132

Problem 8.132

1
4 0 A
1
6 0 A

j1

+
4 0 A

j2

Vo

Figure P8.133

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.133

Problem 8.133

2 0 A

+
j2

6 0 V
1

4 0 A

Io
Figure P8.134

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.134

Problem 8.134

2 0 A

j1

Vx

1
+

6 0 V

2Vx

Vo

Figure P8.135

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.135

Problem 8.135

j 1

1
2Vx

Vx +
1

12 0 V

Io
Figure P8.136

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.136

Problem 8.136

12 0 V

+
+
2Vx

j1

Vx

j1

+
1

Vo

Figure P8.137

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.137

Problem 8.137

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8.138 Find the Thvenins equivalent for the network in Fig. P8.138 at terminals AB.
A

+
j1

4 0 A

j1

Vx

2Vx
B

Figure P8.138

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.138

Problem 8.138

Problem 8.138

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8.139 Given the network in Fig. P8.139, find the Thvenins equivalent of the network at terminals AB.

12 0 V

V2

6 0 V

j1

1
V1

V3
j1

4 0 V
B

Figure P8.139

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.139

Problem 8.139

2 0 A

1
1

j1

4 0 A
1

Io
12 0 V

j1

6 0 V

Figure P8.140

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.140

Problem 8.140

2Vx

+ V
x

j1
1

1
Io

12 0 V

Figure P8.141

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.141

Problem 8.141

Problem 8.141

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.142

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.143

11.3 45 V

+
2 0 A

j4

+
10 j3

Vx

Figure P8.144

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.144

Problem 8.144

j2

j1

6 45 A

2 0 A

Io

Figure P8.145

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.145

Problem 8.145

+
j1

4 0 A

Vx

j1

2Vx

Vo

Figure P8.146

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.146

Problem 8.146

Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 11/E

8.147 Find Vo using Nortons theorem for the circuit in Fig. P8.147.

4 0 V

j1
1

Vx

8 0 V

1
j1

2Vx

Vo

Figure P8.147

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.147

Problem 8.147

j1

4Ix

2 0 A

1
1
4 0 A

1
Ix

+
2

Vo

Figure P8.148

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.148

Problem 8.148

j1
+

1
6 0 V

j1
4 0 A

Vo

Figure P8.149

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.149

Problem 8.149

6 0 V

2 0 A

j1

+
1

12 0 V

Vo

j1

Figure P8.150

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.150

Problem 8.150

1

j1

j1

1
12 0 V

2 0 A

j2

Figure P8.151

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.151

Problem 8.151

2 0 A

6 0 V

+
j1

1
1

j1

12 30 V

+
1

Vo

Figure P8.152

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.152

Problem 8.152

2 0 A

4 0 A

1
1
Io

j1
12 0 V

1
j1

6 0 V

Figure P8.153

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.153

Problem 8.153

Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 11/E

8.154 Use both nodal analysis and loop analysis to find Io in the network in Fig. P8.154.

2 0 A

1
1

Io

2Vx

2Ix

+
+

j1

12 0 V

Vx

j1

Ix

Figure P8.154

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.154

Problem 8.154

j1

6 0 V

12 0 V

2 0 A

1
Io
1

4 0 A

j1

Figure P8.155

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.155

Problem 8.155

1
j1

Ix

2Ix

Io
1

6 0 V

j1

4 0 V

Figure P8.156

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.156

Problem 8.156

j1

j1

2 0 A

12 0 V

+
2Vx

Io
1

+
Vx

Figure P8.157

SOLUTION:

Problem 8.157

Problem 8.157

12 0 V

j1

2 0 A

Io

Ix
1

6 0 V

1
2Ix

j1

Figure P8.158

SOLUTION: