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Circuits II

by: Mrs. Maud Gutkowski
Mrs. Maud Gutkowski

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mrs. Maud Gutkowski on Tuesday October 20, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ECET 2110 at Southern Polytechnic State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see /class/225438/ecet-2110-southern-polytechnic-state-university in ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING at Southern Polytechnic State University.



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Date Created: 10/20/15
A Mathcad Example which utilizes Input and Output Tables page 1 of 2 11 1 11 Range Variable Definition of the number of frequencies This range variable was created by typing n 1 11 f n This input table was created by typing f n 10 50 100 500 10HZ and is utilized to enter each of the 11 values of input frequency f1 f2 50Hz f3 f4 f11 This input table defines each element of the vector fn looHZ A vector is an array or matrix containing one column 500Hz 1000Hz 5000Hz Appropriate units such as Hz farads degrees or ohms may be added to 10000HZ the values utilized in your Mathcad definition and evaluation statements 50000HZ For example in order to add the units of Hz to the top input frequency IOOOOOHZ value shown in the table to the left after typing quot10quot then type quot quot and then SOOOOOHZ select quotInsertquot on the Mathcad toolbar next select quotgnitquot then select Dimension quotFrequencyquot and then select Unit quotHertzsampling Hzquot and IOOOOOO39HZ finally click quotOKquot The units of Hz can be added to the other 10 elements of the vector fn in a similar manner Frequency HZ Definition of the 11 frequencies R 10009 Resistance ohms Definition 1 Zc H j27fC n Impedance of the capacitor ohms Definition Zt R Zc n 11 Total Impedance ohms Definition c 3310 9fa1ad Capacitance farads Definition Vectors such as ch are defined by typing Z c n Note thatj is actually typed as 1j Note that the Mathcad definition and evaluation statements in this example problem which utilize what appears to be subscript notation is actually vector notation Thus fn is actually typed as f n and isnottyped as f n AngleZtn argZtn Mathn thnl Magnitude of the Angle of the Total Impedance Total Impedance Ohms degrees Definition Definition A Mathcad Example which utilizes Input and Output Tables page 2 of 2 Output tables which display the contents of vectors such as Ztn are generated by typing Zt n Zt Math n n n 482289103 Q 96463103 48239103 9697103 4925103 1389103 1110103 1005103 1001103 1000103 1000103 Frequency Total Impedance Magnitude of the Angle of the H2 ohms Total Impedance Total Impedance Evaluation to Evaluation ohms degrees relist the 11 Rectangular Format Evaluation Evalation frequencies Polar Format Polar Format for reference Note that in order to obtain units in degrees for the output table which displays the vector AngleZtn it is necessary to type deg in the place for units conversion Otherwise the default units of radians will be displayed in this table


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