PLEASE NO COPYING FROM OTHER SITES…MUST SHOW WORK IN WORD, NO PICS…PLEASE SEPARATE EACH WEEK IN DIFFERENT DOCUMENT
WEEK 8 LAB
Show work for full credit. Include MultiSIM screenshots where indicated.
Consider the parallel inductive reactive circuit below. Calculate the following: (Express all answers in magnitude/phase angle form)
Parallel Inductive Circuit:
Consider the series RC circuit below:
Assume C1 is completely discharged with S1 in the position shown. If S1 is moved to the top position, how long will it take for the capacitor voltage to reach
Assume that C is completely discharged with S1 in the position shown. If S1 is moved to the top position, how much is the resistor voltage at the following time intervals?
t = 0 s
t = 4.5 ms
t = 10 ms
t = 15 ms
t = 25 ms
Series RC Circuit:
Analyze the RLC circuit below to determine the following (include both polar and complex forms where applicable):
Real Power (Watts)
Reactive Power (VARs)
Apparent Power (VAs)
Construct the circuit in MultiSIM and run a Single Frequency Analysis to confirm your calculations for the phasor values in part 3. Capture a screenshot of the analysis for both Magnitude/Phase (polar) and Real/Imaginary (complex).
Measure the real power of the circuit and the power factor using a watt meter. Capture a screenshot of the watt meter readings.RLC Circuit:
WEEK 7 LAB
Series and Parallel Inductive Reactive Circuits in Complex Form
Watch the video:
Week 7 Video Lecture – Multisim Series Capacitive Reactive Circuit
Repeat the operations from Week 3 and Week 5 Labs. Capture a screenshot of the output of the analysis to confirm your calculations in complex form. Create a table of expected and measured results.
Include a discussion of any differences noticed between the calculations and the simulations.
WEEK 6 LAB
Series L/R and RC Circuits
Watch the video….WILL PROVIDE LOGIN TO VIEW VIDEO
Week 6 Video Lecture – Multisim Series RL
Construct the series L/R and RC circuits from this week’s assignment in MultiSIM and perform Transient Analysis on each circuit to confirm your calculations. Use a 5% tolerance for all of the components. Capture a screenshot of the output of the analysis to confirm your calculations. Create a table to demonstrate your expected and measured values.
Include a discussion of the following:
Differences between the calculations and the simulations.
How would you go about designing a circuit with an applied voltage of 24V and a resistor of 1kohms such that the current in the circuit starts out at 0A and reaches 24mA in 2 seconds?
How would you go about designing a circuit with an applied voltage of 24V and a resistor of 1kohms such that voltage starts out at 0V and reaches 24V in 2 seconds?
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