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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E 1
Chapter 6: Capacitance and Inductance Problem 6.FE-1
SOLUTION:
Yes. The capacitors should be connected as shown.
F 2
F 4
F 6
eq
C
F C
eq

3
6 6
) 6 ( 6

## Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E 1

Chapter 6: Capacitance and Inductance Problem 6.FE-2
SOLUTION:
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= dt t i t q ) ( ) (

>
s <
s
=
s t C
s t C t
t C
t q

1 , 6
1 0 , 6
0 , 0
) (
C
t q
t v
) (
) ( =

>
s <
s
=
s t V
s t V t x
t V
t v

1 , 6
1 0 , 10 6
0 , 0
) (
6
) (
2
1
) (
2
t v C t w =

>
s <
s
=
s t J
s t J t x
t J
t w

1 , 18
1 0 , 10 18
0 , 0
) (
2 6
Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E 1
Chapter 6: Capacitance and Inductance Problem 6.FE-3
SOLUTION:
The voltage across the unknown capacitor C
x
is (using KVL):
x
V 8 24
V V
x
16
v C q
The capacitors are connected in series and the charge is the same.
C q 480 ) 8 ( 60
F
v
q
C
x

30
16
480

Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E 1
Chapter 6: Capacitance and Inductance Problem 6.FE-4
SOLUTION:
mH 6
eq
L
mH 12
mH 3
mH 3
mH 9
mH 2
m m m m m m L
eq
2 ] 3 6 ] 12 ) 9 3 [( [
m m m m m L
eq
2 ] 3 6 ] 12 ) 12 [( [
m m m m L
eq
2 ] 3 6 6 [
m m m L
eq
2 ] 3 3 [
m m L
eq
2 5 . 1
mH L
eq
5 . 3
Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E 1
Chapter 6: Capacitance and Inductance Problem 6.FE-5
SOLUTION:
dt
t di
L t v
) (
) ( =
t t t t
te e e te
dt
t di
2 2 2 2
40 20 20 ) 2 ( 20
) (

= + =
| |
t t
te e m t v
2 2
40 20 10 ) (

=

>
<
=

0 , 4 . 0 2 . 0
0 , 0
) (
2 2
t V te e
t V
t v
t t