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REVIEW QUESTIONS

6.1 R E VWhat
I E Wcharge
Q U E SisTonI OaN5-F
S capacitor when it is 6.5 The total capacitance of two 40-mF series-connected
connected across a 120-V source? capacitors in parallel with a 4-mF capacitor is:
6.1 (a) 600 What C charge is on a 5-F (b)capacitor
300 C when it is 6.5 (a) 3.8
ThemF total capacitance
(b) 5 mFof two 40-mF(c) 24series-connected
mF
(c) 24 connected
C across a 120-V
(d) 12source?
C capacitors
(d) 44 mF in(e)
parallel
84 mFwith a 4-mF capacitor is:
(a) 600 C (b) 300 C (a) 3.8 mF (b) 5 mF (c) 24 mF
6.2 (c) 24 Cis measured in: (d) 12 C
Capacitance 6.6 In Fig. 6.43,
(d) 44 mF if i = cos 4t and v
(e) 84 mF = sin 4t, the
element is:
(a) coulombs (b) joules
6.2 (c) henrys
Capacitance is measured 6.6 (a) aInresistor if i a=capacitor
Fig. 6.43,(b) cos 4t and v(c)= an
sininductor
4t, the
(d) in:
element is:
(a) coulombs (b) joules
(a) a resistor (b) a capacitor (c) an inductor
6.3 When (c)thehenrys
total charge in a capacitor is doubled, the
energy stored:
6.3 (a) remains
When the thetotal
samecharge(b)
in aiscapacitor
halved is doubled, the v + ! i
Element
(c) isenergy
doubled stored: (d) is quadrupled
(a) remains the same (b) is halved v + ! Element
6.4 Can (c) the voltage
is doubledwaveform in Fig. (d) 6.42 be associated
with a capacitor?
6.4 (a) Yes Can the voltage waveform (b) No in Fig. 6.42 be associated
Figure 6.43 For Review Question 6.6.
with a capacitor?
CHAPTER 6 Capacitors and Inductors 227
v (t)
(a) Yes (b) No 6.7 A 5-H Figure 6.43 changes
inductor For Review Question
its current by6.6.
3 A in 0.2 s.
6.9 10 Inductors in parallel can be combined just like
The voltage produced at the terminals of the
v (t) L1
resistors in parallel. 6.7 inductor
A is:
5-H inductor changes its current by 3 A in 0.2 s.
(a) 75 The + !
V voltagev 1produced(b) at the terminals
8.888 V of the
(a)10True (b) False
0 (c) 3inductor
V is: + (d) 1.2 V
1 2 t v + v L 2(b) 8.888 V
6.10 For the circuit in Fig. 6.44, the voltage divider s (a)! 75 V 2
6.8 If the(c)current !
formula
0 is: 3 V through a 10-mH (d) inductor
1.2 Vincreases
!10 L 1 +1 L 2 2 t L 1 + L 2 from zero to 2 A, how much energy is stored in the
(a) v1 = vs (b) v1 = vs
L1 L2 6.8 inductor?
If the current through a 10-mH inductor increases
!10 (a)Figure
from
40 6.44zero For
mJ to 2Review
A, how much
(b)
Question energy
20 6.10.
mJ is stored in the
L2 L1
Figure(c)6.42v1 = For Review
L1 + L 2
vsQuestion v1 =
(d)6.4.
L1 + L 2
vs (c) 10 inductor?
mJ (d) 5 mJ
(a) 40 mJ (b) 20 mJ
Figure 6.42 For Review Question 6.4. (c) 10 mJ (d) 5 mJ
Answers: 6.1a, 6.2d, 6.3d, 6.4b, 6.5c, 6.6b, 6.7a, 6.8b, 6.9a, 6.10d.

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False 6 Capacitors and Inductors +++ 227
6.2
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40-µF capacitor
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charged to 120 Vjust
be combined andlikeis then v 0
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6.10 For
6.10 allowed
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the circuit 6.44,
to in
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6.44, themuch divider
energy
voltage is6
divider v!s ! 2 4 6 8v 2 10 L2 2 12 t (ms)
resistors parallel. CHAPTER Capacitors and Inductors !!! 227
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formula is:
lost? is:
formula is: + v !
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True L1 + (b) False L1 + 1
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1 + L2 !10 L1 +
(a)
(a) vv1 =
= (a) v = v s (b)
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6.3
6.10 In For5 resistors
s,1
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6.9
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6.10(c) vv11 =
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(d)
s
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1
1
6.10 is: For 22 1
the circuit in Fig. 6.44, theLvoltage 2 divider s ! 2! L
6.4 formula
A current of 6Lsin
1 4t A flows through a 2-F 2 !
2
formula is:
capacitor.
(a) v1 Find
L1the
= L(a)
+L
2 v =vL
voltage
2
s 1
L2(b) across
+ v(t) v 1 =
Lthe
L 1 +
1
LL2 + L
capacitor
1 vs 2
Figure6.1a,
6.4b, 6.5c, 6.10. 6.8b, 6.9a, 6.10d.
6.6b, 6.7a,
given
(c) v1that= v(0) = L11vV. vv1 = (b) v = v 6.7
6.1a,
6.1a, = 0,
6.2d,
6.2d, the voltage
6.3d,
6.3d, 6.4b,
6.4b, across
6.5c,
6.5c, a
6.6b,
6.6b, 50-mF
6.7a,
6.7a, capacitor
6.8b,
6.8b, is
6.9a,6.10d.
6.9a, 6.10d.
L(d) L 2 vs
1 s 1 s
s
L1 + L 2 1 L1 + L 2 L2 10 V. Calculate the voltage across the capacitor for
6.5 If the(c)current L L Figure
Figure6.44
6.44 For
For Review
Review Question6.10.
Question 6.10.
v1 = waveform in 2Fig. 6.45 is applied to1a v
2 L 1 L t > 0 when current 4t mA flows through it.
(c) v1 =vs vs v 1 =
(d) (d) v1 = vs s
20-µF capacitor, L1 +find L2 the L1 voltage
+ L2 v(t) across
L1 + LL the
21 + L2 Answers: 6.1a,current
6.2d, 6.3d, 6.4b, 6.5c, 6.6b,capacitor
6.7a, 6.8b,
capacitor. Assume that v(0) = 0. 6.8 The through a 0.5-F is6.9a, 6.10d.
PROBLEMS − e−t
6(1 6.1a, ) A. Determine the6.7a,
voltage and 6.10d.
power at
PPRROOBBLLEE M S Answers:
6.2d,
6.2d,
6.3d,
6.3d,
6.4b, 6.5c, 6.6b,
6.4b,
= v2(t)s.VAssume v(0) = 0. 6.5c, 6.6b,
6.8b, 6.9a,
6.7a, 6.8b, 6.9a, 6.10d.
Section 6.2 Capacitors
Section 6.2
Section 6.2
6.1 If the
Capacitors
Capacitors
voltage across a 5-F capacitor is 2te−3t V, find 6.9 vv(t)
If(t) V
theV voltage
10 across a 2-F capacitor is as shown in
P6.1R O B Li(t)
6.1 E MtheS voltage
If the current
acrossand the capacitor
a 5-F power. is 2te−3t V, find
If the voltage across a 5-F capacitor is 2te V, find Fig.10 6.47, find the current through the capacitor.
10
the P R Oand
current B L E the
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the
6.2current
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Section 4L E M S A 40-µF capacitor is charged to 120 V and is then
CapacitorsCapacitors
Section 6.2
allowed to discharge to 80 V. How much energy is
vv(t)
(t)vV(V)
(t) V
0
2 4 6 8 10 12 t (ms)
6.2
6.2 AA 40-µF
40-µF capacitor
capacitor is charged to 120 V and
lost? is then 00
6.1 Section
If the6.2
voltage
allowed6.1across a 5-F capacitor is 2te−3t V, find
Capacitors −3t
If the voltage across a 5-Fmuch v (t)10V1010 2 44 66 88 10
10 12
12 t t(ms)
allowed
the current
to discharge
to and the to 80 V. How capacitor
power.
is 2teis V, find
energy !10 2 (ms)
the current and the power.
6.1 lost?
6.3If the voltage
lost? In 5 s, the voltage
across a 5-F across a 40-mF
capacitor capacitor
is 2te −3t changes
V, find 10
6.2
the currentfrom 160
A V
40-µF
and the to 220
capacitorV. Calculate
is charged
power. to 120 V and is then the
to average
120 V and current
is then !10
!10
6.2 A 40-µF capacitor iscapacitor.
charged 0 50
6.3
6.3 In
In 5
allowed
0
s,
5 s, thethe
to
voltage
through
voltage the
allowed
discharge
across
across
to 80
a 40-mF
a V.
40-mF
to discharge
How
capacitor
capacitor
to 80 V. How much
much
changes
changes
energy energy is
is Figure 6.462 2 44For66Prob.886.6. 10 12 t (ms)
10 12 t (ms)
6.2 from
from A160160
40-µF V
V toto 220
lost?
1 220 of
capacitor V. Calculate
V.6Calculate
is 2charged the
the
to 120average
average current
V andcurrent
is then 0
lost?
6.4 A current sin 4t At flows through a 2-F !10
through
allowed
through the
the
6.3 tocapacitor.
discharge
capacitor.
In 5 s,Find
capacitor. to 80
the voltage
the V. How
across
voltage much
a 40-mF
v(t) across energy
capacitor ischanges
the capacitor Figure
!10 06.46
Figure 6.46
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6.3
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current thegiven
voltage
of 6 from
For sin across
160
Prob.
that 4tv(0)
A V=toa1220
6.5.flows 40-mF capacitor
V. Calculate
V.through a 2-Fthe changes
average current 6.7 At t = 0,1 the2voltage 3 across
4 5 a 50-mF 6 7 capacitor t (s) is
6.4 A of 6 sin 4t A flows through a 2-F !10
6.3
from
capacitor.
In
160 VFind
5 s, the
to through
220
the
voltage
V. the
voltage
across
capacitor.the average current
Calculate v(t)
a 40-mFacross the
capacitor capacitor
changes Figure
10 V.6.46 Calculate the 6.6.
For Prob. voltage across the capacitor for
capacitor.
6.5 Find
If the the voltage v(t) across the
current waveform in Fig. 6.45 is applied to a capacitor t > 0 when current 4t mA flows through it.
through
given from thatthe
6.4160 capacitor.
v(0)V
given that v(0)capacitor.
20-µF Ato=current
1
220 V. V.of Calculate
6find
sin 4t Avoltage
flows
the through
average
= 1 V. Find the voltage v(t) across the capacitor
capacitor, the v(t) acurrent
2-F the
across
6.7
6.7 Figure
At
At tt = =6.47
6.46 0,
0, the voltage
For
theFor across
Prob.6.6.
Prob.
voltage acrossaa50-mF
6.9. 50-mFcapacitor
capacitorisis
through the capacitor.
capacitor. Assume that v(0) =a0.2-F 6.8 1010 V.
FigureThe
V. Calculate
6.46
current
Calculate the
through
the voltage
a 0.5-F
Prob.voltage
across the
capacitor
across thecapacitor
is
capacitor for
for
6.4
6.5 A
If current
the currentof 6 sin
given
waveform4t A
that flows
v(0)
in = through
Fig.1 V.
6.45 is applied to a 6.7
t > At
0 t =
when 0, the
−t For
voltage
current 4t
6.6.
across
mA a 50-mF
flows capacitor
through is
it.
6.5 If the current waveform inFig.
Fig. 6.45 6(1 − e ) A. Determine the voltage and power at
6.6 6.4 capacitor.
The
20-µF Avoltage
current Find
capacitor, of the
waveform
6 sinvoltage
find 4t in
theA v(t)
flows
voltage isisapplied
across
6.46
through
v(t)
applied
the
a 2-F
across the
to a
capacitor
across 6.10 The t
0V.when
t >10current
= 2 s.
current
Calculate
through
Assume
4t
an mA
the voltage
v(0)
flows
across
initially
= 0.
thethrough
capacitorit.
uncharged for
4-µF
20-µF
agiven
30-µF capacitor,
6.5
that
capacitor. If find
the
= 1Draw the
current
V.voltage voltage
waveform
the current v(t)
in across
Fig. 6.45
waveform the
is applied to a 6.7 At t=
t
capacitor > 0 when
0, the current 4t mA
voltageinaacross
is shown Fig. flows
6.48. through
acapacitor
50-mF it.
Findcapacitor
the is
capacitor.
capacitor. v(0) Find
Assume20-µFthe that v(0)
capacitor, find 0.theacross
=v(t) voltagethe capacitor
v(t) across the 6.8
6.8 The
The current
current through
through a 0.5-F
0.5-F capacitor isis voltage
capacitor.
through Assume that v(0) = 0. 6.8 10AtV. Calculate the voltage across
< 3.the capacitor isfor
givenit.that v(0) = 1 V.
capacitor. Assume that v(0) = 0. 6.7 6.9 across
6(1
6(1
tIf

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the −t
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current
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across
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Determine
a 02-F
across
0.5-F the
the
acapacitor
<capacitor
tvoltage
50-mF
voltage
is as power
is capacitor
and
and
shown
power
in
atat
6.5 If the current waveform in Fig. 6.45 is applied to a tt10
> 0
Fig.
V.
=6(1 when
2 s. 6.47,
−t
Calculate
− eAssumecurrent
find the
the
) A. Determine4t mA
current
voltage
v(0) =the flows
through
0.across through
voltage the the it.
capacitor.
and capacitor
power at for
i(t)
6.11 Find
6.12 A voltage of 60across
the voltage cos 4πt
theVcapacitors
appears across
in thethe
circuit 6.16 (c) CHAPTER 6 Capacitors and
terminals 228
terminals
ofthrough
Fig. 6.49
of
of aa 3-mF
under 3-mF
dc
capacitor.
capacitor.
conditions.
Calculate
Calculate the
the current
current PART 1 Find CDC
eq for the circuit
Circuits(c) in Fig. 6.51.
through the capacitor and the energy stored in itit
the capacitor and the energy stored in
fromt t ==00to
from to tt =
= 0.125 s.
0.125 s.
Figure
Figure mF6.50 For
206.50 mF
30 For Prob.
Prob. 6.15.6.15.
6.19 Obtain the equivalent capacitance of the circuit in
6.12 Find
Findthe voltagei(t)
thevoltage 10(mA)
across 50 " ininthe
the capacitors
" the capacitors thecircuit
circuit 6.16 CFind
Find Fig. 6.54. 6F
6.12 across 6.16 eq for
CeqCfor thethe circuit
circuit in Fig.
in Fig. 6.51.6.51.
ofofFig. eq
Fig.6.49
6.49 under
under dcdc conditions.
conditions. 15 mF 5 mF 40 mF
40
mFmF 30 mF
20 20 30 mF
+ 20 " + 5F 40 mF 4 F 2F
vs +
3" C1 v1 10 " 50"" v2
50 C2 !
! ! CC
t (s)Figure 6.51
0 + eq eq
For Prob.
! 60 V1 2 3 15 mF
15 mF 6.16.5 mF5 mF 40 mF
40 mF
(b)
++ 20""
20 ++ 6.17 mFthe circuit
Calculate the equivalent capacitance10for 10 mF
3" 3" CC11 v
v11 !40 v2v2 CC in Fig. 6.52. All capacitances
35 mFare in mF. 5 mF
Figure 6.49
22 3F 6F
!! 6.12.
For Prob. !!
++ 60 V
!! 60 V Figure 6.516.51 ForFor
Figure Prob. 6.16.6.16.
Prob. 2F
5
6.17 for 20 mF
6.17 Calculate thethe
Calculate equivalent capacitance
equivalent capacitance the
forcircuit
the circuit
Section 6.3 SeriesFigure
and6.48 ForCapacitors
Parallel Prob. 6.10. in in
Fig. 6.52. AllAll
capacitances are in
15mF.
mF
in mF. 15 mF
Figure6.49
Figure 6.49 For Prob. 6.12.
For Prob. 6.12.
Fig. 6.52. capacitances
15
are
3 4F
3F
6.13 What is the total capacitance of four 30-mF 5
capacitors connected in: 5
6.11 A voltage of 60 cos 4π t V appears across the
(a) 6.3
Section parallel Series (b)of series
and Parallel Capacitors (c)
Section 6.3 terminals a 3-mF capacitor. Calculate the current
Series and Parallel Capacitors
C eq 1 a2 b
through the capacitor and the energy stored in it 15 6 3 6
15 3
6.13
6.14
6.13
What is the total capacitance of four
Two capacitors (20 µF and 30 µF) are connected to
What totalfrom
is theconnected t = 0 tooft four
capacitance = 0.125
30-mF
30-mFs. Figure 6.50 For Prob. 6.15.
capacitors
a 100-V
capacitors
source. Find the
connected
in:energy stored in each
in: (b) in:
Figure 6.54 For Prob. 6.19.
(a) parallel
capacitor if they are
6.12 Findconnected
the voltageseries C eq
across the capacitors in the circuit 2 the circuit in Fig. 6.51.
(a) parallel (b) series 6.16
1 Find Ceq for
(a) parallel (b) series C 8 1 6 4 2 6
6.14
of Fig. 6.49 under dc conditions.
Two capacitors (20 µF and 30 µF) are connected to
eq
6.20 For the circuit
6 in Fig. 6.55, 6 determine:
6.14 Two capacitors (20 and 30 are connected to 20 mF 30 mF
6.15 a 100-V source.
Determine the equivalentµF µF)
Find thecapacitance
energy stored for in each
each of the Figure 6.52 For Prob. (a)6.17.
the voltage across each capacitor,
a 100-V
capacitor source.
if they
circuits in Fig. 6.50. Find
are the energy
connected in:stored in each 6.23
capacitor if they are connected in: 10 " 50 "
6.18 Determine the equivalent
8
(b) thecapacitance
energy
4
stored in each capacitor.
at terminals
(a) parallel (b) series C eq
(a) parallel (b) series a-b of the circuit in 8Fig. 6.53. 4 mF
15 5 mF 40 mF
6.15 Determine
4F the equivalent capacitance
12 F for each of the Figure 6.52 For Prob. 6.17.
6.15 circuits in Fig.
Determine 6.50.
the equivalent capacitance+ for each of20 the" 6.18+ Determine
Figure
5 mF6.52 For Prob. 6.17. 4 mF
6 mF
the equivalent capacitance at terminals
circuits in Fig. 6.50. 3" C1 v 1 v2 C2 4 mF
6.18 a-b of the circuit in Fig. 6.53.
a Determine the equivalent capacitance at terminals
! !
3F
4F
6F
12 F
+ 60 V
! a-b of the circuit in Figure
Fig.+6.51
6.53. For Prob. 6.16.
2 mF120 V ! 3 mF 12 mF 6 mF
5 mF 6 mF 4 mF 2 mF
4F 12 F 6.17 Calculate the equivalent capacitance for the circuit
ba 5 mF 6 mF 4 mF 3 mF 6.24
4F in Fig. 6.52. All capacitances are in mF.
3F
Figure 6.49 6F
For Prob. 6.12. a
3F
(a) 6F Figure 6.53 2 mF 6.18.
For Prob. 3 mF 12 mF
5
b 2 mF 3 mF 12 mF
4F Figure 6.55 For Prob. 6.20.
Section (a)
6.3 Series and Parallel Capacitors
4F Figure
b
6.53 For Prob. 6.18.
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total capacitance of four 30-mF | 6.21 Repeat Prob. 6.20
15
for the circuit
3
in Fig. 6.56. ∗
6.25
(a)
capacitors connected in: Figure 6.53 For Prob. 6.18.

C1C+ C2 C eq C1C+C C2 C Figure 6.62 For Prob. 6.29.
Find the voltage and the power at t = 3 s.
1 2 Section 6.4 Inductors
Section 6.4 Inductors
i1 =
C1 + CC2
2 =
is , C eq i(b)
C C1 + C 2
is
Section
Figure 6.62Inductors
6.4
For Prob. 6.29.
C
assuming that the initial conditions are zero.C 6.30 The current6.31
through aThe current
10-mH inductor 6e−t/2
in aiscoil increases
A. uniformly from−t/2
0.4 to
C C 6.30 and the
Find the voltage Thepower
currentt =through a 10-mH inductor is 6e A.
Section in 2 satso
1 A6.4 3 s.the
that
Inductors voltage acrossisthe coilA.is
6e−t/2
6.23 Threeassuming Figure
capacitors,that6.59C1 =
the
(b) For
initial
5 µF, C2 =
Prob.
conditions6.26.10 are
µF,zero.
C
and C6.31 The current
6.30
in a
The
coil
current
60
Find
through
Findthethe
mV.
increases
a 10-mH
voltage
Calculate
voltage
uniformly
inductor
andfrom
and
the
the power
the inductance
power
0.4 to at t =of
at3 s.t = 3 s.
the coil.
C3 = 20 µF, are connected in(b) parallel(b) across a 6.30 The current through a 10-mH inductor is 6e−t/2 A.
1 A in 2 s so that theThe
6.31 voltage
The across
current the
ain acoil
coil is increases uniformly
6.23 FigureThree
150-V 6.59
capacitors,
source. = 5 µF, C2 = 10 µF, and
C1 6.26.
Determine:
For Prob. 6.31
6.32 TheFindcurrentthe
current in through
voltage coil increases
and the
a power
0.25-mH uniformly t = from
atinductor 3 s. is0.4from to 0.4 to
C3 = 20 µF, are connected in parallel(b) across a 60 mV. Calculate the inductance
1AAcos of the coil.
6.27theFigure inin s2sosA.so that the voltage across theis coil is the
(a)
150-V source.
total 6.59
Assuming Figure that
capacitance,
Determine:
theFor
6.59 Prob.
For capacitors
Prob. 6.26.are initially uncharged,
6.26.
6.32 6.31
The current through 60
112
a60 The
mV. mV.
0.25-mH
22t
current
that
in
Calculate
Calculate
inductor
the voltage
Determine
a coil theacross
increases
the inductance
theisinductance
terminal the coil
uniformly
of the of
voltage
coil.the coil. to
from and
0.4
(b) the find
charge v
ono (t)
each in the circuit
capacitor, in Fig. 6.60. power.
1 A in 2 s so that the voltage across the coil is
6.27 Assuming
(a) the total
(c) vthe total energy
Figure
thatcapacitance,
the capacitors
stored
6.59 are For
initially
Fig.in6.60.
Prob.uncharged,
the parallel
6.26. 12 cos 2t A. Determine the terminal voltage and the
6.32 The current
60 mV. through
Calculate a 0.25-mH
the inductance inductor
ofinductoris
the coil. is
find
(b) the o (t) in the
charge circuit
6.27 onAssuming eachincapacitor,
that the capacitors are initially uncharged, power. 6.32
6.33 The
The current
current through
through a a12-mH
0.25-mH inductor is
6.27 combination.
Assuming that the capacitors are initially uncharged, 12 cos 2t A. Determine the terminal voltage and the
is (mA)
(c) the total energy findstored
vo (t) in the circuit
parallelin Fig. 6.60. 6.33 6.32
The current through power. 12The
a412-mH cos
sin 100t 2t
current A.
A. Find
inductor Determine
through the terminal
is the voltage, and also isthe energy
a 0.25-mH inductor voltage and the
i6.24 find
three6.27
s (mA) Thecombination. v o (t)
capacitors in the
Assuming circuit
in the previous in Fig.
that the capacitors 6.60.
problem are are
6 mFinitially uncharged,
4 sin 100t A. Find thestored power.
12 cosin2tand
voltage, A.alsoDetermine
the energy the0terminal voltages.and the
60 find v (t) in the
6 circuit
mF in Fig. 6.60. 6.33 The current
the inductor
through a 12-mH
for < t < π/200
inductor is
placed in series with a 200-V
is (mA)
o source. Compute: stored in the inductor for power.
0 < t < π/200 s.
6.2460 The three capacitors
(a) the total capacitance, in the previous i
problem
s are + The current6.34
6.33 4 The
sin
The current
100t
current A. Find through
through a a12-mH
the voltage, 12-mH
40-mH inductor
andinductor
also is is
the energy
is (mA) is 6 mF 6.34 6.33
through a The
40-mH current
inductor through
is a inductor is
placed in iseries 60 on
s (mA)
with a 200-V source. Compute: +
mF
3mF vo (t)
4 sin in
stored 100t the A. Find for
inductor the0voltage,
< t < π/200 and s. also the energy
(b) the charge each capacitor,3 mF v (t)6 ! 4 sin 100t A. Find ! the voltage,
0, for inductor and also
t is<π/2000the energy
(a) the total capacitance, is o 6 mF 0,stored in the <inductor
ti(t) 0 =a 40-mH 0<t < s.
0 (c)60the0total energy 60 stored in the series !
combination. ! + 6.34
i(t) = The −2t
current
stored in through
the inductor for
−2t 0A, < t < π/200
t >0 s.
(b) the1 charge on
2 t (s) 1 each2capacitor,t (s) 3 mF vo (t) te A, t > 0 ! te
is 6.34 The current through

6.25 (c) Obtain the equivalent
the total 0
energy capacitance
stored in the series of the is
network
combination.
+ + the voltage
!Find 6.34v(t).FindThe current i(t) through
=
0, a 40-mH inductor is is
a 40-mH t <inductor
0
3 mF 3 mF vo (t)vo (t) the voltage v(t). −2t
te!! A, t >0

Figure
shown 6.60in Figure
Fig. 6.60
For6.58.
Prob. 1
6.27. 2 t (s)
For Prob. 6.27. 0,0,
−2t t <t 0< 0
6.25 Obtain 0 the equivalent 0 capacitance of the network 6.35 ! The ! voltage6.35 across aFind2-H the inductor is 20(1
i(t) = = − e ) V.
The voltage voltage i(t)
across
v(t). ate2-H te −2t
−2t inductor
A, A, ist 020(1
> 0 − e−2t ) V.
shown in Fig. 6.58. 1 Figure 6.60 For Prob. 6.27.
2 1t (s) 2 t (s) If the initial current through
If the
the
initial
inductor
current
is 0.3 A,
through
t >
theis inductor is )0.3
6.28 If v(0) = 0, find v(t), i1 (t), and i2 (t) in the circuit in find the current
6.35and The the energy
voltage stored
across in athe 2-Hinductor
inductor 20(1 − e−2t V. A,
6.28
Fig. 6.61. If v(0) = 0, find v(t), i1 (t), and i2 (t) in the circuit in Find
Find
find the thecurrent
the voltage
voltage andv(t).
v(t).
the energy stored in the inductor
Figure
Fig.6.60
6.28
Figure =
If v(0)For
6.61. 6.600,
Prob. For Prob. 6.27.
find6.27.
at t = 1 s.
v(t), i1 (t), and i2 (t) in the circuit in
If the initial current through the inductor is 0.3 A,
F 6.36 If the 6.35
voltage
6.35
waveform
at
find
The tin
The =voltage
the 1current
voltage
Fig.
s.6.63across
and
across
is theaaenergy
applied
2-H 2-H inductor
stored is
inductor in 20(1
the
is − e−2t
inductor
20(1 −)eV.−2t
) V.
is (mA) Fig. 6.61. at If
t = the1 initial
s. current through the inductor is 0.3 A,
40 mF 6.28 v(0) = 0,50find across
mF v(t), i1 (t), and i2 (t) in the circuit in 6.36 the terminals of
If a
Iffind5-H
thethe
the inductor,
initial
voltage calculate
current
waveform the
throughin Fig.the 6.63inductor
is the
appliedis 0.3 A,
is (mA) 30IfmF current and=the energy stored in inductor
6.28 20 If v(0) = 0, find v(t), i (t), and i (t) in the circuit in
current through
6.36 the inductor.
If the
find voltageAssume i(0)
waveform −1
in A.
Fig. 6.63 is applied
at t the 1current andofthea 5-H energy storedcalculate in the inductor
1 2 across
40 mF is Fig.
(mA)6.61. 50 mF =the s.terminals inductor, the
Fig. 6.61. 20
30 mF across the
at t = 1through
current terminals
s. of a 5-H inductor,
the inductor. Assume i(0) = −1 A. calculate the
100 mF 1 20 20 mF v (t) (V) 6.36 current
If the through
voltage the inductor.inAssume
waveform Fig. 6.63i(0) = −1 A.
is applied
2is (mA) 3 4 5 t
is (mA) 0
6.36 Ifacross
the voltage the terminalswaveform of a 5-H in Fig.
inductor,6.63calculate
is applied the
20 10 v (t) (V) = −1
!20
10 mF 0 20 mF current
vacross through the inductor.
(t) (V) the terminals of a 5-H inductor, calculate Assume i(0) A. the
1 12 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 t t
20 current through the inductor. Assume i(0) = −1 A.
Figure 6.58 !20 For Prob. 6.25.
!20 0 0
1010
v (t) (V)
1 i2 2 3 4 5 t 1 2 3 4 5 t
Figure 6.58 i1
0 Prob. 6.25.
For v (t) (V)
10
!20
1 2 +3 4 5 t
is 6 mF 4 mF v Figure 6.63 For Prob. 6.36. 0 0 1 2 3 5 t
6.26 Determine Ceq for each circuit in Fig. i1
!i1 6.59.
i
i2 2 10 1 2 3 4 4 5 t
!20
+ 0
6.26 Determine Ceq for each
is circuit6in
mFFig. 6.59.
+ v 6.37 Figureinductor
The current in an 80-mH 6.63 For increases
Prob.
1 from
6.36.
2 03 4 5 t
is 6 mF
i1 4 mF
4 mF v ! 2
i
Figure 6.63 For
to 60 mA. How much energy is stored in the Prob. 6.36.
Figure 6.61 For Prob. 6.28. ! + inductor?
Figure
0
6.63in anFor180-mH
Prob. 6.36.
is 6 mF
i1 4 mFi2 v 6.37 The current 2inductor3 increases
4 from 50 t
!
6.38 (4 + 10toThe
A voltage of6.37 cos 2t)
60 mA. V is applied
Howinmuch
current to a
an 80-mH 5-H
energyinductor
is stored in the
increases from 0
6.29 Figure6.62,
For the circuit in Fig. 6.61let vFor=Prob.
10e−3t V and + inductor. Find the current i(t) through the inductor
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i
v1 (0) = 2 V.s Find: 6 mF
6.28.
4 mF if i(0) = −1 A.
inductor?
6.37 toThe 60 mA. Figure 6.63
current How
inFor
an much
80-mH
Prob. energy is stored
inductor
6.36. in the
increases from 0
5 Figure 6.67 For Prob. 6.42. 6 "

Figure
05
6.63 1For Prob. 6.36.
2 t Figure 6.67 For Prob. 6.42.
0 Figure 6.67
Section 6.5 Series
For Prob. 6.42. and Parallel Inductors
0
1 2 t
6.37 The
–5 current in
1 an 80-mH
2 inductor
t increases from 06.43 Find the equivalentSectioninductance
6.5 for each and
Series circuit in
Parallel Inductors
to 60 mA. How much–5energy is stored in the Section 6.5 Fig. 6.68.
Series and Parallel Inductors
6.43 Find the equivalent inductance for each circuit in
inductor?
–5 6.43 Find the equivalent inductanceFig.
for 6.68.
each circuit in
Figure 6.64 For Prob. 6.39. Fig. 6.68. 5 H 1H
6.38 A voltage of (4 + 10 cos 2t) V is applied to a 5-H
Figure 6.64 Find
inductor. Figure 6.64
the 6.39.
For Prob. current For Prob. 6.39.
i(t) through the inductor 5H 1H
5H 1H
if i(0) = −1 A. 6H 4H 4H
6.40 Find vC , iL , and the energy stored in the capacitor
and inductor in the circuit of Fig. 6.65 under dc 6H 4H 4H
6.40 conditions. 6.40
Find vC , iL , and Findstored
the energy vC , iin
L , the the energy stored in the capacitor6 H
andcapacitor 4H 4H
andofinductor
and inductor in the circuit Fig. 6.65in the circuit
under dc of Fig. 6.65 under dc (a)
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conditions. conditions.
(a)
1H 2H (a)
2"
1H 2H 1H 2H
2" + 2"
iL 12 H 6H 4H
+vC 2F +
iL
vC! 2F iL 12 H 6H 4H
12 H 6H 4H
v 2F
3A 4" ! 0.5 H C
3A 4" 0.5 H !
3A 5" 4" 0.5 H (b)
5" (b)
5" (b)

Figure
Figure6.65
6.65 For Prob.6.40.
For Prob. 6.40. 2H 2H
Figure 6.65 For Prob. 6.40. 4H 4H
2H

4H
6.41 For
Forthe
thecircuit
circuit in 3H 3H 6H 6H
6.41 in Fig.
Fig.6.66,
6.66,calculate thethe
calculate value of Rof R
value
thatwill
that willmake
make 6.41
the
the energy
energy stored
For in in
stored thethe
the circuitcapacitor the the
incapacitor
Fig. 6.66, calculate the value of R 3H 6H
same as that stored in
same as that stored in the the inductor under dc
thatinductor
will make under dc
the energy stored in the capacitor the (c)
conditions. (c)
conditions. same as that stored in the inductor under dc
conditions. (c)
Figure 6.68 For Prob. 6.43.
R Figure 6.68 For Prob. 6.43.
R Figure 6.68 For Prob. 6.43.
R 6.44 Obtain Leq for the inductive circuit of Fig. 6.69. All
inductances
6.44 ObtainareLin
eq mH.
for the inductive circuit of Fig. 6.69. All
160 mF 6.44in mH.
Obtain Leq for the inductive circuit of Fig. 6.69. All
inductances are
5A 2 "160 mF 4 mH 4 inductances are in mH.
160 mF 10
5A 2" 4 mH 4
5A 2" 4 mH 10 4
Figure 6.66 For Prob. 6.41. 12
10
5 3 6
Figure 6.66 For Prob. 6.41.
Figure 6.66 For Prob. 6.41. 5
12
3 6 12
232 PART 1 DC Circuits

6.45 Determine Leq at terminals a-b of the circuit in Fig. L

6.70.
L L
L eq
10 mH
L L

60 mH L

25 mH 20 mH
a b Figure 6.73 For Prob. 6.48.

30 mH

6.49 Find Leq in the circuit in Fig. 6.74.

Figure 6.70 For Prob. 6.45.
L

6.46 Find Leq at the terminals of the circuit in Fig. 6.71.

L L
L L L

6 mH 8 mH
a L L
5 mH
12 mH
L eq
8 mH
6 mH
4 mH Figure 6.74 For Prob. 6.49.

b

10 mH 8 mH 6.50 Determine Leq that may be used to represent the
inductive network of Fig. 6.75 at the terminals.
Figure 6.71 For Prob. 6.46.

di
2
i dt
4H
6.47 Find the equivalent inductance looking into the a +!