lab 4 EE 1106 - 001
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Name Kumar Aman Jyoti Lab Report #4 UTA Id Number: 1001241332 EE1106 – Introduction to Electrical Engineering Practicum Lab Report Grading Rubric (To be attached as a coversheet to EVERY report) FORMATTING (see comments in graded report for more explanations): Formatting Evaluation Key (Lab 1, 2, 3, 4): 0 = Absent 1 = Extremely Lacking 2 = Poor 3 = Fair 4 = Good 5 = Excellent Formatting Evaluation Key (Lab 5 and all succeeding labs): 0 = Extremely Lacking 1 = Poor 2 = Fair 3 = Good 4 = Excellent 5 = Perfect Primary Structure: _____ Proper margins/spacing is used throughout the report (IEEE format) _____ Proper formatting of section titles and subtitles (IEEE format) _____ Proper font and font size (IEEE format) _____ Overall consistency of formatting throughout the report Figures/Tables: _____ Figures/tables are appropriately named and numbered (IEEE format) _____ Figures/tables are appropriately sized and spaced _____ Screenshots are neatly cropped and clear Spelling, Grammar, and Writing Style: _____ Spelling _____ Passive voice is used throughout the ENTIRE report _____ Sentence Structure _____ Paragraph Structure (IEEE format) _____ References (IEEE Format) CONTENT (see comments in graded report for more explanation): Content Evaluation Key: 1 0 = Absent 1 = Extremely Lacking 2 = Poor 3 = Fair 4 = Good 5 = Excellent _____ Abstract provides endtoend coverage of the objectives and purpose of the lab experiment _____ Introduction demonstrates a working understanding of major theoretical concepts required for the experiment _____ Procedure is sufficiently detailed and clearly describes all steps taken during the lab experiment _____ Results are sufficiently detailed and data is neatly organized _____ Discussion is a thoughtful analysis of all experimental results and data _____ Discussion demonstrates a working understanding of the purpose of the experiment performed _____ Conclusion sums up the overall accomplishments of the experiment _____ Conclusion sums up the benefits (to the student) of performing the experiment Total Grade 2 Lab Report 4 Introduction to Multisim and Resistor Connections Kumar Jyoti, Electrical Engineering University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Texas email@example.com Abstract – This paper is about learning how to Series connection read the schematic Diagrams of Electronic A series connection of resistors is shown in Figure networks in a mulltisim and then to combine 1.The schematic diagram of this connection is resistors to establish terminal equivalence. We will shown in Figure 1(a) while the actual resistor also calculate the Equivalence Resistance of six connection is shown in Figure 1(b). different Resistance combinations in a Multisim. 1 2 R1 1 R2 2 A R1 R2 Introduction A 3.K 2 In this Experiment we will first of all download the Multisim and will learn how to make different resistors R 3 5.K R R AB AB 3 combinations with and then without Power Source for the 8.K 1.K Series Connection and Parallel Connections too. We will B R5 4 R4 3 B R5 R4 be building 6 different types of Resistors Circuits named 4 3 as follows and then calculating equivalence. (a) (b) Figure 1 Series connection (a) Schematic for the series connection Parallel connection (b) Component connection diagram Series/parallel combination Parallel/series combination In this process we inserted five Different resistors with different values as given in the Combination 1 (Combo 1) connection Combination 2 (Combo 2) connection Handout by double clicking the resistors and arranged all of them as given in the above diagram. After arranging them we inserted the DC I. P ROCEDURE power source and grounded the Circuit as you can see in the Figure given below. In the following detailed procedures of making different circuits we will go step by step to show how I calculated the Resistance and built the Circuits 3 resista value value (%) nce (Ω) (Ω) R 20.4Ko AB hm This is how we measured the resistance of six different circuits whose tables and diagrams are given below. Parallel connection. A parallel connection of resistors is shown in Figure 2. The schematic diagram of this connection is shown in Figure 2(a) while actual resistor connection is shown in Figure 2(b). Fig: Multisim Diagram for Series Connection A A After making this circuit in the mutism we R1 R2 3 R4 R5 double clicked the power source and gave the RAB RAB R1 R2 3 R4 R5 1K 7.5K 15K 3.K 2.2K command to run and so we got the value for B Equivalence Resistance as given in the Table B below. (a) (b) Figure 2 Table 1 Resistor Voltage V (V) (a) Schematic for the parallel connection Series connection Ri (b) Component connection diagram Specifi Measu Calcul Measu Resist ed red Variat ated red or ion We repeated the same process as we did the Series value value (V) (V) (Ri (Ω) (Ω) (%) combination and as shown in the Fig below. R 1 3.9K R 2 2K R 3 5.1K R 4 1.2K R 5 8.2K Termin Calcul Measu Variat al ated red ion 4 the actual resistor connection is shown in Figure 3(b). R6 3 75 6 R 1 0 62 3 R R1 7 Rx 15 2 4 3 7 A 1 A Rx 1 2 4 3 7 12 82 R2 8 R R R 2 6 8 R R5 AB AB 5 R 91 9 R9 B B (a) (b) Calculation for the above Circuit given in the Table Below Table 2 Figure 3 Resistor Cu(a) Schematic for the series/parallel connection Parallel connection (b) Component connection diagram Measured Calculated Specified value value Variation (A) Below is the Multisim Figure of the Resistors (Ω) (%) (Ω) 10K 7.5K 15K 3.3K 2.2K Measured Terminal Calculated value Variation (Ω) value (%) Current (A) (Ω) 955.402Ohm Calculation for this Circuit is given below in the Table Series/parallel combination A series connection of parallel resistors is shown in Figure 3. The schematic diagram of Table 3 this connection is shown in Figure 3(a) while Series/parallel connection 5 Specified Measured Figure 4 Resistor Variation value value (a) Schematic for the parallel/series connection (Ri (%) (Ω) (Ω) (b) Component connection diagram R1 15 R2 12 R3 30 R 27 4 R5 56 R6 75 R7 62 R8 82 R9 91 R 120.996KOhm x Terminal Specified Measured resistanc value value Variation (%) e (Ω) (Ω) R 84 AB Fig – Multisim Diagram for Parallel Series Parallel/series combination A parallel connection of series resistors is shown Calculation for the Circuit in Figure 4. The schematic diagram of this Table 4 connection is shown in Figure 4(a) while the actual Parallel/series connection resistor connection is shown in Figure 4(b). Resistor Specified value Measured value Variation (R)i (Ω) (Ω) (%) R 1 1.5K 6 R 2 1.2K R 7.K 6 R3 4 R 3 3K A 3 3.K 4 R R R 4 2.7K A 1 2 7 R1 1.K2 R7 6.K R 5 5.6K AB Rx 1 4 2.K 5 AB Rx 1 R4 5 R 7.5K R 1.K3 R 8.K 6 B 2 8 2 3 8 R 7 6.2K 5 5.K 6 B R9 9.K R 6 R 8 8.2K 5 R 9 9.1K 9 R x 9Kohm Terminal Specified value Measured value Variation (a) (b) resistance (Ω) (Ω) (%) 6 Calculation of Equivalence Resistance for the R AB 1.83K above made Combo Circuit Table 5 Combination 1 (Combo 1) connection Combo 1 connection A combination connection of resistors in series and Measured Resistor Specified value Variation parallel is shown in Figure 5. The schematic value (Ri (Ω) (Ω) (%) diagram of this connection is shown in Figure 5(a) while the actual resistor connection is shown in R 1 200 Figures 5(b). R 2 1.3K 1 1 R9 5 A R 3 3.6K 200 1.2K R 4 1.2K R R R R 1 3 4 5 11 R 5 1.8K 3.6K 1.2K 1.8K R 2 2 15 R 6 1.3K 6 R12 R13 AB 6 1.3K 9 R 7 2.2K 1.K 3 3 R 2.2K R16 1 8 7 R 9 1.2K R7 R8 14 1 2.2K 2.2K R10 300 1.K 300 B R 4 R 8 R11 1K 2 10 R12 1.5K Figure 5 (a) Schematic for Combo 1 connection R13 3K (b) Component connection diagram R14 1K R15 2K R16 1K Measured Terminal Calculated value Variation value resistance (Ω) (Ω) (%) RAB 3.136KOhm Combination 2 (Combo 2) connection Yet another combination connection of resistors in series and parallel is shown in Figure 6. The schematic diagram of this Fig – Multisim for Combo 1 connection is shown in Figure 6(a) while the 7 actual resistor connection is shown in Figures 6(b). R1 1 A Calculation for Combo 2 Circuit 47 2 R3 120K R9 10 13 R14 15K Table 6 Combo 2 connection 30 10K 2 4 7Resistor Specified value Measured Variation value R R R 30K R R 100K R 15 (Ri (Ω) (%) AB 4 5 10 11 15 (Ω) 20 300K R1 47K 3 8 5 R2 30K R R 30K R 15 6 7 12 R1675 R 120K 15 3 R8 B R4 20K 22 6 R5 30K Figure 6 (a) Schematic for Combo 2 connection R6 15K (b) Component connection diagram R7 30K R8 22K R9 10K R 300K 10 R 11 100K R 12 15K R 13 100K R 150K 14 R 15 15K R 16 75K Measured Terminal Calculated value Variation resistance (Ω) value (%) (Ω) R 77.159KOhm AB Fig Multisim for Combo Circuit 2 8 calculated the Equivalence Resistance of six different Resistance combinations in a Multisim. IR EFERENCES II. DISCUSSION After completing this Lab We came to know the uses of Multisim software as of its easiness of calculating  NI MyDAQ for downloading the Resistance without use of real things. It’s a great source for calculating Resistances. After Multisim. www.ni.com downloading the multisim we made different circuits  Lab Handout 4 provided in the Wiki and learned how to calculate the equivalence of Page by Professor. respective.  www.khanacademy.com to learn how resistors is calculated and what are its Functions. IC ONCLUSION After doing this Lab Work we were able to learn  Book – Circuits by Ulaby about how to read how to read the schematic Diagrams of  Google Learning about Resistors Circuits. Electronic networks in a mulltisim and then to combine resistors to establish terminal equivalence. We also Videos from Wiki Page about How to Download the Multisim. 9
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