By J. David Irwin, R. Mark Nelms
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3(c) 57 + R 2 = 6k v (0 + ) 0 - + 6V R 1 = 6k R = 3k + 12V - Fig. 3(d) 6k 6k R TH 3k Fig. 3(e) Step-1 v 0 (t ) = k 1 + k 2 e −t τ Step-2 In steady-state prior to switch action, the capacitor looks like an open-circuit and the 12-V source is directly across the resistor R = 3kΩ. As shown in Fig. 3(c) the voltage v1 across R1 is equal and opposite to vC. Since the voltage of the 12-V source is divided between R1 and R2 we can use voltage division to find v1 as ⎛ R1 v 1 = 12 ⎜⎜ ⎝ R1 + R 2 ⎞ ⎟⎟ = 6V ⎠ hence v C (0 − ) = − v1 = − 6V = v C (0 + ) Step-3 The new circuit, valid only for t = 0 + is shown in Fig.
2(b). 55 i (t ) R 1 = 1k i = 1mH R 2 = 3k Fig. 2(b) If we let R = R1⎟ ⎜R2 then the differential equation for the inductor current is L di (t ) + R i (t ) = 0 dt The solution of this equation is of the form −t i (t ) = k 1 + k 2 e τ The differential equation has no constant forcing function and hence k1 = 0. , L = R= 3 Ω . This equation produces a τ value of 4k τ= 4 µ sec . 5 × 10 5 t mA, t > 0 The circuit is redrawn for convenience in Fig. 3(a). C 50µF R1 6k R2 6k + v 0 (t ) - R 4 6k R3 6k t=0 + 12V - Fig.
2 −8 16 +8= V 3 3 Recall that when employing source transformation, at a pair of terminals we can exchange a voltage source VS in series with a resistor RS for a current source Ip in parallel with a resistor Rp and vice versa, provided that the following relationships among the parameters exist. VS RS Rp = RS Ip = Now the original circuit is shown in Fig. 2(a). 8kΩ 6kΩ 12V + + V0 4kΩ 6mA - Fig. 2(a) Note that we have a 12V source in series with a 6kΩ resistor that can be exchanged for a current source in parallel with the resistor.