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A somewhat discharged automotive battery has an

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Problem P2.88

A somewhat discharged automotive battery has an open-circuit voltage of 12.5 V and supplies 50 A when a 0.1- resistance is connected across the battery terminals. Draw the Thvenin and Norton equivalent circuits, including values for the circuit parameters. What current can this battery deliver to a short circuit? Considering that the energy stored in the battery remains constant under open-circuit conditions, which of these equivalent circuits seems more realistic? Explain.

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Transparent D Latch : We store a bit of information using a D latch. A D latch is an S – R latch with D connected to the S input and D’ connected to the R input (this eliminates the troublesome 1 – 1 input combination) When the enable input C is asserted, the latch is said to be “open” and the path from the D input to the Q output is transparent When the enable input C is negated, the latch “closes” - the Q output retains its last value. There are four propagation delay parameters for this D latch and you will measure them in your lab : {Refer to Slide 121 of the PPT Notes for Module 3 for the figure and details of the propagation delays.} There is a window of time around the falling edge of C when the D input does not change. The time prior to this edge that the D input remai

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Textbook: Electrical Engineering: Principles & Applications
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Author: Allan R. Hambley
ISBN: 9780133116649

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