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ESc201A Home Assignment 1 Aug. 05, 2019.

Solutions of the HA#1 will be in copy point and Brihaspati on 09/08/19.

Consider all voltage and current sources to be ideal.


1. Use the Node-voltage method to calculate the power delivered by the dependent voltage source
of fig.1.1.
5 10 3 1.8
- + 
80V + I50 50 18V 3A 15V
75I50  +

+
15 2 1.2
Figure 1.1 Figure 1.2
2. Use the Mesh-current method to find the total power dissipated in the circuit of fig. 1.2.
3. Use the node-voltage method to find V1 and V2 in the circuit in fig. 1.3.
2 40
+ + R R R R +
12V + 50 400
 V1 V2 V1 + V2 + V3 + Vn + vo
  0.5A 
Figure 1.3 Figure 1.4
4. Use the node-voltage method to show that the output voltage Vo in the circuit in fig. 1.4 is equal
to the average value of the source voltages.
5. Use the Mesh-current method to find all the branch currents of circuit in fig. 1.5. Hence show
that the total power dissipated in the circuit is equal to the total power developed in the circuit.
6 1A
1 3
IL
6
2
5V + 10V + 5 17
 + 
2.5V  2A 6  RL=1.5
34V +
4 4
Figure 1.5 Figure 1.6
6. (a) Using mesh analysis find the current IL in fig. 1.6. (b) Using source transformation, show that
the same result can be obtained by just really one calculation.
7. Use the principle of superposition to solve for Io and Vo in the circuit in fig. 1.7.
Io 4 26

1.5A 0.1A
6 5 40
a
+
+ 5V +
5V Vo 3 5 10 15 10
  4
 b
Figure 1.7 Figure 1.8
8. Find the Thevenin Equivalent of the circuit of fig. 1.8 with respect to the terminals ‘a’ and ‘b’.
Show that the RTh can be obtained in this case without calculating the Isc, by nulling the
independent sources.
9. A Wheatstone bridge, shown in Fig. 1.9, is balanced (no Galvanometer current) when R2=3kΩ
(This resistance come with a tolerance of 0.1%). If the galvanometer has a resistance of 50Ω,
how much current will the galvanometer detect when the bridge is unbalanced, by having R2 off
by 0.1%? (Hint: Find the Thevenin equivalent with respect to the galvanometer terminals when
R’2 is now 1.001xR2.) 43Io
30k 1k 1.2k
+ +
500 Io
+ 3.0k + +
18V 5V 70k Vo 1.3k 12V
  
200 1.2k 

Figure 1.9 Figure 1.10


10. When a voltmeter is used to measure the voltage Vo in fig. 1.10 it reads 5.5 V. What is the
resistance of the voltmeter?
11. Find the Thevenin equivalent of the circuit shown in fig. 1.11, with respect to the terminals (a, b).
50 10
a 20 200
a
50V + I25 25 + Io 0.5k
 - 6.5I 9V 2Io
25 
+
b b
Figure 1.11 Figure 1.12
12. Find the Norton’s equivalent of the circuit shown in fig. 1.12 between the terminals a,b.