- 9.1: For a certain source-free parallel RLC circuit, R = 1 k, C = 3 F, a...
- 9.2: Element values of 10 mF and 2 nH are employed in the construction o...
- 9.3: If a parallel RLC circuit is constructed from component values C = ...
- 9.4: Calculate , 0, s1, and s2 for a source-free parallel RLC circuit if...
- 9.5: You go to construct the circuit in Exercise 1, only to find no 1 k ...
- 9.6: Consider a source-free parallel RLC circuit having = 108 s1 , 0 = 1...
- 9.7: A parallel RLC circuit is constructed with R = 500 , C = 10 F, and ...
- 9.8: The circuit of Fig. 9.2 is modified substantially, with the resisto...
- 9.9: The voltage across a capacitor is found to be given by vC(t) = 10e1...
- 9.10: The current flowing through a certain inductor is found to be given...
- 9.11: The current flowing through a 5 resistor in a source-free parallel ...
- 9.12: For the circuit of Fig. 9.38, obtain an expression for vC(t) valid ...
- 9.13: Consider the circuit depicted in Fig. 9.38. (a) Obtain an expressio...
- 9.14: With regard to the circuit represented in Fig. 9.39, determine (a) ...
- 9.15: (a) Assuming the passive sign convention, obtain an expression for ...
- 9.16: With regard to the circuit presented in Fig. 9.40, (a) obtain an ex...
- 9.18: Replace the 14 resistor in the circuit of Fig. 9.41 with a 1 resist...
- 9.19: Design a complete source-free parallel RLC circuit which exhibits a...
- 9.20: For the circuit represented by Fig. 9.42, the two resistor values a...
- 9.21: A motor coil having an inductance of 8 H is in parallel with a 2 F ...
- 9.22: The condition for critical damping in an RLC circuit is that the re...
- 9.23: A critically damped parallel RLC circuit is constructed from compon...
- 9.24: Design a complete (i.e., with all necessary switches or step functi...
- 9.25: A critically damped parallel RLC circuit is constructed from compon...
- 9.26: For the circuit of Fig. 9.43, is(t) = 30u(t) mA. (a) Select R1 so t...
- 9.27: The current source in Fig. 9.43 is is(t) = 10u(1 t) A. (a) Select R...
- 9.28: The inductor in the circuit of Fig. 9.41 is changed such that the c...
- 9.29: The circuit of Fig. 9.42 is rebuilt such that the quantity controll...
- 9.30: (a) With respect to the parallel RLC circuit, derive an expression ...
- 9.31: The circuit of Fig. 9.1 is constructed using component values 10 k,...
- 9.32: The source-free circuit depicted in Fig. 9.1 is constructed using a...
- 9.33: (a) Graph the current i for the circuit described in Exercise 32 fo...
- 9.34: Analyze the circuit described in Exercise 32 to find v(t), t > 0, i...
- 9.35: For the circuit of Fig. 9.44, determine (a) iC(0); (b) iL(0); (c) i...
- 9.37: For the circuit of Fig. 9.45, determine (a) the first time t > 0 wh...
- 9.38: (a) Design a parallel RLC circuit that provides a capacitor voltage...
- 9.39: The circuit depicted in Fig. 9.46 is just barely underdamped. (a) C...
- 9.40: When constructing the circuit of Fig. 9.46, you inadvertently insta...
- 9.41: The circuit of Fig. 9.21a is constructed with a 160 mF capacitor an...
- 9.42: Component values of R = 2 , C = 1 mF, and L = 2 mH are used to cons...
- 9.43: The series RLC circuit described in Exercise 42 is modified slightl...
- 9.44: The simple three-element series RLC circuit of Exercise 42 is const...
- 9.46: With reference to the circuit depicted in Fig. 9.47, calculate (a) ...
- 9.47: Obtain an equation for vC as labeled in the circuit of Fig. 9.48 va...
- 9.48: With reference to the series RLC circuit of Fig. 9.48, (a) obtain a...
- 9.49: Obtain an expression for i1 as labeled in Fig. 9.49 which is valid ...
- 9.51: Evaluate the derivative of each current and voltage variable labele...
- 9.52: Consider the circuit depicted in Fig. 9.52. If vs(t) = 8 + 2u(t) V,...
- 9.53: The 15 resistor in the circuit of Fig. 9.52 is replaced with a 500 ...
- 9.54: In the circuit shown in Fig. 9.53, obtain an expression for iL vali...
- 9.55: The 10 resistor in the series RLC circuit of Fig. 9.53 is replaced ...
- 9.56: For the circuit represented in Fig. 9.54, (a) obtain an expression ...
- 9.57: Replace the 1 resistor in Fig. 9.54 with a 100 m resistor, and the ...
- 9.58: With regard to the circuit of Fig. 9.55, obtain an expression for v...
- 9.59: (a) Adjust the value of the 3 resistor in the circuit represented i...
- 9.60: Design an op amp circuit to model the voltage response of the LC ci...
- 9.61: Refer to Fig. 9.57, and design an op amp circuit whose output will ...
- 9.62: Replace the capacitor in the circuit of Fig. 9.56 with a 20 H induc...
- 9.63: A source-free RC circuit is constructed using a 1 k resistor and a ...
- 9.64: A source-free RL circuit contains a 20 resistor and a 5 H inductor....
- 9.65: The capacitor in the circuit of Fig. 9.58 is set to 1 F. Determine ...
- 9.67: Obtain an expression for the current labeled i1 in the circuit of F...
- 9.68: Design a parallel RLC circuit which produces an exponentially dampe...
- 9.69: Design a series RLC circuit which produces an exponentially damped ...

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