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Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering
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Question
Possible Marks
Actual Marks
1
30
2
30
3
40
Total
100
Mid-Semester Exam Reading time: 10 minutes Working time: 100 minutes Intake/Year: Term 1 2020

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Candidates must ATTEMPT ALL questions.
Marks for each question are indicated beside the question.
This paper MAY NOT be retained by the candidate.
Print the question number on the front page of each answer book. Authorised examination materials:
Candidates should use their own UNSW-approved electronic calculators.
This is a closed book examination.
All answers must be written in ink. Except where they are expressly required, pencils may only be used for drawing, sketching or graphical work.
For the numerical solutions, you can use either fraction form or floating-point form (maximum 2 digits after decimal point is enough)

QUESTION 1 [30 marks]
(i) [15 marks] For the circuit shown in Figure 1:
a. (12marks)Calculatetheequivalentresistance. b. (3 marks) Find current io.
38 V
io
Req
Figure 1

(ii) [15 marks] Apply nodal analysis to find 𝑉0 and 𝑉𝑥 in the circuit of Figure 2. (Use the given current directions in the circuit in deriving your nodal equations).
6Io
+-
10V1 12
+
8A vx

V2
1
Io 2
– vo +
Figure 2
20 V
4

QUESTION 2 [30 marks]
(i) [15 marks] For the circuit shown in Figure 3:
a. (7 marks) Apply mesh analysis and show that mesh equations are given as below (Use the given current directions in the circuit in deriving your mesh equations):
6𝑖1 +4𝑖2 −5𝑖3 =−12 { −𝑖1 − 4𝑖2 + 7𝑖3 = −6
𝑖2 = 𝑖1 + 3
b. (2 marks) Given the values of mesh currents as i1 = -3.067 A, i2 = 0.067 A and
i3 = -1.333 A, find 𝑖0.
c. (6 marks) Given the values of mesh currents as i1 = -3.067 A, i2 = 0.067 A and
i3 = -1.333 A, calculate the power supplied/absorbed by each source. 6V
2
5 i13A Figure 3
i3 io
12 V
4 1
i2

(ii) [15 marks] Use source transformation to find the voltage Vo in the circuit of Figure 4. 53
28A
+
2vo 15V

12
Figure 4

QUESTION 3 [30 marks]
(i) [15 marks] For the circuit in Figure 5:
a. (5marks)Whatresistorconnectedacrossterminalsa-bwillabsorbmaximum power from the circuit?
b. (10 marks) Calculate the maximum power that the obtained resistor in part (a) will absorb?
3A
10 10
24 V
16
a
5R b
Figure 5

(ii)
[25 marks] In the circuit of Figure 6, the switch has been in the open position for a long time before closing at time 𝑡 = 0.
a. (20marks)Giveanexpressionforthecapacitorvoltage𝑣𝑐(𝑡)(i.e.,asafunction of time) for all time.
b. (5 marks) Give an expression for the current of the 3-Ω resistor 𝑖𝑅3(𝑡) for 𝑡 > 0. 3
12 V
t=0 2 A 4 2F
+vc –
Figure 6

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