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 university:courses:alm1k:intro:power-part1-dc [06 Feb 2022 21:09] – [Activity: Power in DC circuits] Doug Mercer university:courses:alm1k:intro:power-part1-dc [13 Feb 2022 19:42] (current) – [Two Source Experiment] Doug Mercer Both sides previous revisionPrevious revision13 Feb 2022 19:42 Doug Mercer [Two Source Experiment] 13 Feb 2022 19:41 Doug Mercer [Procedure:] 06 Feb 2022 21:09 Doug Mercer [Activity: Power in DC circuits] 12 Jan 2022 16:32 Doug Mercer [Two Source Experiment] 12 Jan 2022 16:22 Doug Mercer createdNext revision Previous revision13 Feb 2022 19:42 Doug Mercer [Two Source Experiment] 13 Feb 2022 19:41 Doug Mercer [Procedure:] 06 Feb 2022 21:09 Doug Mercer [Activity: Power in DC circuits] 12 Jan 2022 16:32 Doug Mercer [Two Source Experiment] 12 Jan 2022 16:22 Doug Mercer created Line 35: Line 35: {{ :university:courses:alm1k:intro:alm-power-part1-dc-fig1.png?400 |}} {{ :university:courses:alm1k:intro:alm-power-part1-dc-fig1.png?400 |}} - Figure 1, The two resistor voltage divider. + Figure 1, The two resistor voltage divider. Start with load resistor RL = 1kΩ, measure the voltage across source resistor Rs and RL. Use Ohm’s Law to calculate the current through each resistor (the current should be the same because the resistors are in series). Using the power equation, calculate the power consumed by each resistor. Calculate the power produced (delivered) by the source. Remember the source has the same current as the resistors. Does the power produced equal the power consumed? Start with load resistor RL = 1kΩ, measure the voltage across source resistor Rs and RL. Use Ohm’s Law to calculate the current through each resistor (the current should be the same because the resistors are in series). Using the power equation, calculate the power consumed by each resistor. Calculate the power produced (delivered) by the source. Remember the source has the same current as the resistors. Does the power produced equal the power consumed? Line 51: Line 51: {{ :university:courses:alm1k:intro:alm-power-part1-dc-fig2.png?400 |}} {{ :university:courses:alm1k:intro:alm-power-part1-dc-fig2.png?400 |}} - Figure 2. Experimental Measurements for a Circuit with Two Sources. + Figure 2. Experimental Measurements for a Circuit with Two Sources. Using series relationships, determine the current through each source and the power produced by the sources. Do this for other combinations like VCA = VCB = 3V, 4V, 5V. Using series relationships, determine the current through each source and the power produced by the sources. Do this for other combinations like VCA = VCB = 3V, 4V, 5V.
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