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NIRMA UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY B.Tech. SEM -IV SUBJECT- 2EE225 CIRCUIT THEORY TERM ASSIGNMENT:- 1

1.

Find the total current in the circuit.

2.

Find the value for the unknown voltage source.

3.

Determine the current I and its direction.

4.

Use the Voltage Divider Rule to find the voltage VAB

5.

Find R1.

6.

Determine the voltage VAD.

7.

Using the circuit of previous problem find the voltage VCB.

8.

Find the current I6.

9.

Find the resistance R2 in the diagram for previous problem.

10. Find the internal resistance of a battery that has a no-load output voltage of 100V and that supplies a current of 2 A to a load of 40 ohms. 11. Find the power loss in the battery of previous problem. 12. Define the following terms (i) Branch (ii) Node (iii) Planner graph (iv) Controlled source

TERM ASSIGNMENT:- 2 1. Determine the current through the 4 resistor branch of the given network using mesh analysis.

2.

Find out the values of currents i1, i2 and i3 using mesh analysis. 3.

Use nodal equations to determine ix for the network shown in the figure.

4.

Determine the current through the branch AB of the given network using nodal analysis.

5.

Draw the exact dual of the network shown in the figure.

6.

Determine the current in 1 resistor using source transformation method.

Assignment: 3

Network Theorem

1. If Rg in the circuit shown in the given figure is variable between 20 ohm and 80 ohm, then the maximum power transferred to the load RL will be

(a) 15 W (b) 13.33W

(c) 6.67W

(d) 2.4W

2. Which one of the following theorems is a manifestation of the law of conservation of energy? (a) Tellegens theorem (c) Thevenins theorem (b) Reciprocity theorm (d) Nortons theorem.

3. In an ac network, the Thevenins impedance and Nortons impedance as seen from any two terminals are (a) always same (c) generally the same (b) sometimes same (d) mostly same

4. Determine the current in I through 100 V source in the network shown in fig., using super position theorem.

[Ans : -0.75A]

5. Determine the maximum amount of power that could be dissipated in RL in the network shown in fig. Also find RL.

[Ans : RL= 15.8 ohm, Pmax = 6.33W] 6. Calculate the VTH and RTH across AB in the network using Thevenin Theorem.

[Ans : VTH = 4.4751 V, RTH = 9.585 V] 7. Determine current in 1 ohm resistance using Norton`s Theorem.

[Ans : 0.406 Amp]

8. The network contains a single current source I = 12 90o A. Determine the voltage V2 at node 2 using the reciprocity theorem.

[Ans : V = 7.45 99.64 volt]

Assignment : 4 Initial Conditions 1. In the network of fig, a steady state is reached with switch k closed. At t =0, the switch is opened. Determine i and di/dt at t = 0 +.

[Ans : V/R2 , -R1V / R2L ] 2. In the network of fig, a steady state is reached with the switch k open. At t=0, switch is closed. Determine the values of i1, i2 and i3 at t = 0 + .

[Ans : 1 A, 0.333 A, 0 A]

3. In the given network , the switch k is closed at t=0 connecting an unenergized system to a voltage source. Determine the values of i1, i2, di1/dt and di2/dt at

t = 0 +.

[Ans : 1 A, 0 A, -49.990 A/s, 10 A/s] 4. In circuit shown below, the switch is moved from position 1 to 2 at t = 0. Determine d2i/dt2 (0+). Also find dv 1 /dt (0+) and dv2 /dt(0+), assuming v1(0+) = 10 V and v2(0+) = 0 V.

[Ans : 103 Amp/sec2, 1 volt/sec, -107 volt/sec ] 5. In the circuit, the 4 resistor is shorted out at t = 0. Find the voltage Vc across capacitor C and current i2 through inductor L at t = 0- .Find the values of i1, i2, di1 /dt and di2 /dt at t = 0+.

[Ans : 2.4 A, 3 A, - 0.48A/s , 3 A/s]