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Apr 03, 2023
01:20 AM

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Apr 03, 2023
01:20 AM

Hybrid problem of MFra's two probrems.

I think this is the best probrem for electrical engneering students, original from MFra's post.

Try to solve by Mathcad or Prime 9 if you can.

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Apr 04, 2023
10:06 PM

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Apr 04, 2023
10:06 PM

If the values of R and L is below, and the applied voltage is 1 Hz, you can find the answer.

But the conditions are as original ones, Can Prime and Maple solve it or not?

Apr 07, 2023
04:53 AM

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Apr 07, 2023
04:53 AM

Answer 1. By using covolution integral for 1 Hz problem.

Apr 07, 2023
05:02 AM

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Apr 07, 2023
05:02 AM

Hi!

It would be more interesting to determine the response to this signal:

Apr 08, 2023
12:45 AM

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Apr 08, 2023
12:45 AM

The applied voltage waveforms are below and their current responces are made by convolution integral.

Apr 08, 2023
02:47 AM

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Apr 08, 2023
02:47 AM

Answer 2. By using Laplace convertion for 1 Hz problem.

Apr 08, 2023
03:09 AM

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Apr 08, 2023
03:09 AM

Answer 3. Use convolution to solve the 1 Hz response.

Apr 08, 2023
03:34 AM

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Apr 08, 2023
03:34 AM

Congratulations on the results obtained.

Apr 10, 2023
06:53 AM

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Apr 10, 2023
06:53 AM

Answer 4. By using Fourier analysys and Laplace transform for from DC to 20th harmonics.

Below I and V are missed. i(t) is applied voltage and v(t) is transient current responce.

Because I used former RCRC sheet to solve.

Apr 10, 2023
07:18 AM

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Apr 10, 2023
07:18 AM

Answer 5. By using solve block.