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9th Edition
Hayt
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ISBN: 9781259989452

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Chapter 3.6 - Series And Parallel Connected SourcesChapter 3.7 - Resistors In Series And ParallelChapter 3.8 - Voltage And Current DivisionChapter 4 - Basic Nodal And Mesh AnalysisChapter 4.1 - Nodal AnalysisChapter 4.2 - The SupernodeChapter 4.3 - Mesh AnalysisChapter 4.4 - The SupermeshChapter 5 - Handy Circuit Analysis techniquesChapter 5.1 - Linearity And SuperpositionChapter 5.2 - Source TransformationsChapter 5.3 - Thévenin And Norton Equivalent circuitsChapter 5.4 - Maximum Power TransferChapter 5.5 - Delta-wye ConversionChapter 6 - The Operational AmplifierChapter 6.2 - The Ideal Op AmpChapter 6.3 - Cascaded StagesChapter 6.4 - Feedback, Comparators, And The Instrumentation amplifierChapter 6.5 - Practical ConsiderationsChapter 7 - Capacitors And InductorsChapter 7.1 - The CapacitorChapter 7.2 - The InductorChapter 7.3 - Inductance And Capacitance CombinationsChapter 7.4 - Linearity And Its ConsequencesChapter 7.5 - Simple Op Amp Circuits With CapacitorsChapter 7.6 - DualityChapter 8 - Basic Rc And Rl CircuitsChapter 8.1 - The Source-free Rc CircuitChapter 8.2 - Properties Of The Exponential ResponseChapter 8.3 - The Source-free Rl CircuitChapter 8.4 - A More General PerspectiveChapter 8.5 - The Unit-step FunctionChapter 8.6 - Driven Rc CircuitsChapter 8.7 - Driven Rl CircuitsChapter 8.8 - Predicting The Response Of Sequentially Switched circuitsChapter 9 - The Rlc CircuitChapter 9.1 - The Source-free Parallel CircuitChapter 9.2 - The Overdamped Parallel Rlc circuitChapter 9.3 - Critical DampingChapter 9.4 - The Underdamped Parallel Rlc CircuitChapter 9.5 - The Source-free Series Rlc CircuitChapter 9.6 - The Complete Response Of The Rlc CircuitChapter 9.7 - The Lossless Lc CircuitChapter 10 - Sinusoidal Steady-state AnalysisChapter 10.1 - Characteristics Of SinusoidsChapter 10.2 - Forced Response To Sinusoidal FunctionsChapter 10.3 - The Complex Forcing FunctionChapter 10.4 - The PhasorChapter 10.5 - Impedance And AdmittanceChapter 10.6 - Nodal And Mesh AnalysisChapter 10.7 - Superposition, Source Transformations, and Thévenin’s TheoremChapter 10.8 - Phasor DiagramsChapter 11 - Ac Circuit Power AnalysisChapter 11.1 - Instantaneous PowerChapter 11.2 - Average PowerChapter 11.3 - Maximum Power TransferChapter 11.4 - Effective Values Of Current And voltageChapter 11.5 - Apparent Power And Power FactorChapter 11.6 - Complex PowerChapter 12 - Polyphase CircuitsChapter 12.1 - Polyphase SystemsChapter 12.2 - Single-phase Three-wire SystemsChapter 12.3 - Three-phase Y-y ConnectionChapter 12.4 - The Delta (δ) ConnectionChapter 12.5 - Power Measurement In Three-phase systemsChapter 13 - Magnetically Coupled CircuitsChapter 13.1 - Mutual InductanceChapter 13.2 - Energy ConsiderationsChapter 13.3 - The Linear TransformerChapter 13.4 - The Ideal TransformerChapter 14 - Circuit Analysis In The S-domainChapter 14.1 - Complex FrequencyChapter 14.2 - Definition Of The Laplace TransformChapter 14.3 - Laplace Transforms Of Simple Time FunctionsChapter 14.4 - Inverse Transform TechniquesChapter 14.5 - Basic Theorems For The Laplace TransformChapter 14.6 - The Initial-value And Final-value TheoremsChapter 14.7 - Z(s) And Y(s)Chapter 14.8 - Nodal And Mesh Analysis In The S-domainChapter 14.9 - Additional Circuit Analysis TechniquesChapter 14.10 - Poles, Zeros, And Transfer FunctionsChapter 14.11 - ConvolutionChapter 14.12 - A Technique For Synthesizing The Voltage Ratio h(s) = Vout/vinChapter 15 - Frequency ResponseChapter 15.1 - Transfer FunctionChapter 15.2 - Bode DiagramsChapter 15.3 - Parallel ResonanceChapter 15.4 - Bandwidth And High-q CircuitsChapter 15.5 - Series ResonanceChapter 15.6 - Other Resonant FormsChapter 15.7 - ScalingChapter 15.8 - Basic Filter DesignChapter 16 - Two-port NetworksChapter 16.1 - One-port NetworksChapter 16.2 - Admittance ParametersChapter 16.3 - Some Equivalent NetworksChapter 16.4 - Impedance ParametersChapter 16.5 - Hybrid ParametersChapter 16.6 - Transmission ParametersChapter 17 - Fourier Circuit AnalysisChapter 17.1 - Trigonometric Form Of The Fourier SeriesChapter 17.2 - The Use Of SymmetryChapter 17.3 - Complete Response To Periodic Forcing FunctionsChapter 17.4 - Complex Form Of The Fourier SeriesChapter 17.5 - Definition Of The Fourier TransformChapter 17.6 - Some Properties Of The Fourier TransformChapter 17.7 - Fourier Transform Pairs For Some simple Time FunctionsChapter 17.8 - The Fourier Transform Of A General Periodic time FunctionChapter 17.9 - The System Function And Response in The Frequency DomainChapter 17.10 - The Physical Significance Of The System FunctionChapter A1.2 - Links And Loop AnalysisChapter A2 - Solution Of Simultaneous equationsChapter A5.1 - The Complex NumberChapter A5.2 - Euler’s IdentityChapter A5.3 - The Exponential FormChapter A5.4 - The Polar FormChapter A7 - Additional Laplace Transform theoremsChapter A8 - The Complex Frequency Plane

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Formula used: The expression for power absorbed by voltage source is as follows, p=vi (1) Here, p is...Given Data: Element X is a 13 Ω resistor. Formula used: The expression for power absorbed by voltage...Calculation: The circuit diagram is redrawn as shown in Figure 1. Refer to the redrawn Figure 1. The...Given data: Value of trans-conductance gm is 1.2 mS and Value of voltage supply vs is 12cos1000t mV....The circuit diagram is redrawn as shown in Figure 1. Refer to the redrawn Figure 1. A point where...Solve the following systems of equations: (a) 2v2 4v1 = 9 and v1 = 5v2 = 4; (b) v1 + 2v3 = 8; 2v1 +...Calculation: Refer to FIGURE 4.44 in the textbook. Apply nodal analysis at node v1....Calculation: The circuit diagram is redrawn as shown in Figure 1. Refer to the redrawn Figure 1...Calculation: The circuit diagram is redrawn as shown in Figure 1, Refer to the redrawn Figure 1,...Calculation: The circuit diagram is redrawn as shown in Figure 1, Refer to the redrawn Figure 1,...Calculation: Refer to FIGURE 4.44 in the textbook. Apply nodal analysis at node v1....Consider the LED circuit containing a red, green, and blue LED as shown in Fig. 4.89. The LEDs...A light-sensing circuit is in Fig. 4.90, including a resistor that changes value under illumination...Linear systems are so easy to work with that engineers often construct linear models of real...Formula used: The expression for voltage is as follows. v=iR (1) Here, v is the voltage, i is the...Calculation: The redrawn circuit diagram is given in Figure 1. Apply KCL ay node 1,...Given Data: The load resistance is 1 kΩ. Formula used: The expression for the power dissipated by...Calculation: The redrawn circuit diagram is given in Figure 1, Refer to Figure 1, Apply Kirchhoff’s...Employ Y conversion techniques as appropriate to determine Rin as labeled in Fig. 5.101. FIGURE...Formula used: The expression for the equivalent resistor when resistors are connected in series is...Given data: The resistance of the load is 1 Ω. Formula used: The expression for the equivalent...Formula used: Refer to the FIGURE 6.39 in the Textbook. The expression for the relation of vout and...Given data: The input voltage v1 across 2nd op amp is 0 V. Calculation: The redrawn circuit is shown...Given data: Combine the two circuits by eliminating the 1.5 V source of FIGURE 6.50, Connect the...For the circuit of Fig. 6.62, calculate the differential input voltage and the input bias current if...Calculation: The redrawn circuit is shown in Figure 1 as follows. Refer to the Figure 1. The...Given data: Value of voltage V2 is 0 V and Value of resistances R1=2R2=1 kΩ, R1=R3, R2=R4, and...Making use of the passive sign convention, determine the current flowing through a 100 pF capacitor...Given Data: The given expression for the junction capacitance is Ksε0AW, The given expression of...Given data: Value of capacitor is 1 mF. Formula used: Refer to FIGURE 7.44 in the textbook. The...Given data: Value of resistance connected between terminals x and y is 10 Ω. Calculation: The...Calculation: The redrawn circuit is shown in Figure 1. Here, vs is the voltage supply across branch...Given data: Write a general expression to calculate the energy stored in an inductor. w=12Li2(t) (1)...Formula used: Write a general expression to calculate the energy stored in an capacitor. w=12Cv2(t)...Given data: Refer to Figure 7.84 in the textbook. Calculation: The given circuit is redrawn as shown...A source-free RC circuit has R = 4 k and C = 22 F, and with the knowledge that v(0) = 5 V, (a) write...Formula used: The expression for the current flowing through the resistor is as follows. iL=v1R3 (1)...Given data: Refer to Figure 8.70 in the textbook. The switch is moved from A to B at time t=0 and...Given data: f(t)=tu(1−t) (1) Formula used: Write a general expression to calculate the unit step...Given data: The given function is: v(t)=3−u(2−t)−2u(t) V (1) The range of t is −3 ≤t≤ 3....Formula used: The expression for the equivalent resistor when resistors are connected in parallel is...Refer to the circuit of Fig. 8.95, which contains a voltage-controlled dependent voltage source in...Given Data: Value of capacitor by which the 3 mH inductor is replaced is 3 mF and Value of...Given data: Value of resistance R is 1 kΩ and Value of capacitor C is 3 μF. Formula used: The...Formula used: The expression for the exponential damping coefficient in parallel RLC circuit is as...Formula used: The expression for the exponential damping coefficient or the neper frequency is as...Formula used: The expression for the exponential damping coefficient is as follows: α=12RC (1) Here,...Given Data: The value of the resistor R1 is 0.752 Ω and R2 is 1.268 Ω. Formula used: The expression...Given Data: Formula used: The expression for the exponential damping coefficient or the neper...Given Data: The range of the time is 0<t<2 μs. Formula used: The expression for the...Case (i): Given data: 5sin(5t−9°) (1) Calculation: Convert the value in degree to radians....Assuming an operating frequency of 50 Hz, compute the instantaneous voltage at t = 10 ms and t = 25...Given data: 9∠65° V (1) f=50 Hz Formula used: Consider the Euler’s identity, ejθ=cosθ+jsinθ Consider...Given data: I=10∠0° mA ω=314 rad/s Formula used: Consider the expression of phasor voltage across...Given data: f=1 Hz. Formula used: Consider the general expression for inductive impedance. ZL=jωL...Given data: A=−VoVi (1) Zf=Rf Calculation: Rearrange equation (1) as follows. Vi=−VoA Refer to...Calculation: Refer to Figure in the respective question. Case 1: Redraw Figure, as shown in Figure 1...Given data: i1(t)=4cos40t mAi2(t)=4sin30t mA Formula used: Consider the general expression for...Calculation: Refer to the figure given in the question. Consider the expression of instantaneous...Given data: Refer to Figure 11.27 in the textbook for the given circuit. The circuit parameters are...Given data: The value of current source (I) is 4−j2 A. The value of impedance (Z) is 9 Ω. Formula...Given data: Refer to Figure 11.43 in the textbook for the given circuit. Vff=119∠3° V, rmsZ1=14∠32°...Given data: Refer to Figure 11.45 in the textbook for the given circuit. Vs=200∠0° V rms The...Given data: Refer to Figure 11.47 in the textbook for the given circuit. Vs=240∠45° V rms Formula...Given data: Refer to Figure 11.49 in the textbook for the given circuit. Vs=50∠−17° V rms −j25 Ω...Given data: The voltage Vec is −9 V. The voltage Veb is −0.65 V. Calculation: The voltage Vcb using...Given data: The phase to neutral voltage of phase a Van is (110+j0) Vrms. Calculation: The given...Given data: The resistance of the wire Rw is 0 Ω. The phase to neutral voltage Van for phase a is...Given data: The line resistance Rw=10 Ω. The load impedance Zp=1 kΩ. The source phase voltage is...Given data: The load impedance are ZA=10−j10 Ω, ZB=8+j6 Ω, and ZC=30+j10 Ω. Calculation: The given...Given data: Refer to Figure 13.35 in the textbook for the given circuit. L1=10 mHL2=5 mHM=1 mH i1=0...Given data: Refer to Figure 13.43 in the textbook for the given circuit. v1(t)=8sin(720t−20°) V The...Given data: Refer to Figure 13.53 in the textbook for the given circuit. k=0.75is=5cos(200t) mA The...Given data: Refer to Figure 13.64 in the textbook for the given circuit. Formula used: Write the...Given data: Primary voltage of the transformer (V1) is 2300 V rms. Secondary voltage of the...Given data: Refer to Figure 13.68 in the textbook for the given circuit. The circuit parameters are...Given data: The expression is, K1=8−j Calculation: Since, the complex conjugate of any number is...Given data: Consider the Laplace transform function is, F(s)=1s2+9s+20 (1) Formula used: Write the...Given data: Consider the Laplace transform function is, F(s)=1(s+2)2(s+1) (1) Formula used: Write...Given data: The function is given as, G(s)=3s(s2+2)2(s+2) Calculation: The function is simplified...Given data: The required diagram is shown in Figure 1. Calculation: The conversion of mF into F is...Given data: The resistive component of the circuit is of 100 Ω. The capacitive components of the...Given data: The given transfer function is, H(s)=VoutVin=5(s+1) Calculation: The transfer function...Problem design: Synthesize a circuit that will yield the transfer function H(s)=VoutVin=2(s+1)2....Given data: The given transfer function is, H(s)=VoutVin=3(s+50)(s+75)2 Calculation: The transfer...Given data: Refer to Figure 15.52 in the textbook. Formula used: Write the expression to calculate...Given data: Refer to Figure 15.55 in the textbook. Formula used: Write the expression to calculate...Given data: The required diagram is shown in Figure 1. Calculation: The equivalent impedance of the...Given data: The required diagram is shown in Figure 1. Calculation: Assign the node intersecting the...Given data: Refer to Figure 15.53 in the textbook. The transfer function of the circuit in Figure...Given data: Refer to Figure 15.53 in the textbook. Formula used: Write the expression to calculate...Given data: The value of the bandwidth (B) is 1000 rads. The value of the lower cutoff frequency...Given data: The set of equations are, 100V1−45V2+30V3=0.275V1+80V3=−0.148V1+200V2+42V3=0.5...Given data: The given diagram is shown in Figure 1. Calculation: The conversion of mH into H is...Given data: The value of ω is given as 50 rad/s. The given diagram is shown in Figure 1....Given data: The given diagram is shown in Figure 1. The given diagram is shown in Figure 2....Given data: The angular frequency is ω=108 rad/s. Calculation: The given diagram is shown in Figure...Calculation: The required diagram is shown in Figure 1. Here, I1 is the current from input node. I2...Given data: The given diagram is shown in Figure 1. Calculation: Mark the branch currents and open...Determine the fundamental frequency, fundamental radian frequency, and period of the following: (a)...Given data: Refer to Figure 17.30 in the textbook. Formula used: Write the general expression for...Given data: Refer to Figure 17.29 in the textbook. Formula used: Write the general expression for...Given data: Refer to Figure 17.31 in the textbook. Formula used: Write the general expression for...Given data: Refer to Figure 17.4c in the textbook. Formula used: Write the general expression for...Given data: Refer to Figure 17.31 in the textbook. Formula used: Write the general expression for...Given data: The input voltage is, vi(t)=5u(t) V The given diagram is shown in Figure 1. Calculation:...Given data: The given diagram is shown in Figure 1. Calculation: Draw the tree diagram of the given...Given data: The matrix A is [1−335]. The matrix B is [4−1−23]. The matrix C is [5030]. The matrix V...Given data: The given complex number F is [2−(1∠−41°)]0.3∠41°. Calculation: The polar form of the...Given data: The given periodic waveform is shown in Figure 1. The time period of this waveform is...Given data: The admittance is, Z(s)=2+5s Calculation: The admittance is given by, Z(s)=2+5s...

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