V and I in RL and RC circuit

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by imperialcollegestudent, Aug 31, 2006.

  1. imperialcollegestudent

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    Aug 30, 2006
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    I am really trying here not to get another thread closed!
    I am trying to analyse the circuit (attached). Am I going about this all wrong? I am trying to find the voltages and currents in the RL circuit (left hand side part) and the same in the RC circuit (i.e Vrl and Vrc)

    I would appreciate any pointers.

    Vi (the sinusoidal voltage source) is not given, only w (omega) at 10,000 rad/sec.

    I know that Vi can be represented by it's magnitude (unknown) and a phase eg Vi = V + j0 , so I tried calculating I1 in the left hand branch (see 2nd attachment) - I got some weird answer.

    Can anyone give me direction.

    Thanks
     
  2. imperialcollegestudent

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    attached is the circuit where I am trying to find the voltages and currents in the resistors. I am stuck. Can anyone give some advise?
     
  3. Ron H

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    Have you tried opening these files from the forum? I get an error message: This file could not be found.
     
  4. imperialcollegestudent

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    Have you tried saving to disk???
     
  5. Ron H

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    OK, I can see them now. In the first one, the only math error I see is that you multiplied 1k*1k and got 10,000,000. You might want to think about that. :)
    In the second one, do you know the diode equation? Do you know how to derive dynamic resistance from it? Do you know what the typical voltage drop of a (presumably Silicon) diode is?
     
  6. Dave

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    If you are looking for help in answering Ron H's questions above you may be interested in looking through the information in this link.

    Dave
     
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