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Nurali Group Title

Question 6 Assume that in the circuit above, V0=10V, T=1ms, Rw=2Ω, Lw=1mH and RL=3Ω. What is the time constant (in milliseconds) associated with the rise of voltage vR? What is the time constant (in milliseconds) associated with the fall of voltage vR? What is the value of Vmax in Volts? What is the value of Vmin in Volts?

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  1. akash97 Group Title
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    @Nurali : for part a n b) time constant=(Lw)/(Rw+Rl)

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    @akash97 , what about other parts ?

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    @chaand.i : i dont know.

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  4. jason10 Group Title
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    go to circuit sandbox and make the circuit there take f=500hz square wave and run a transient for 5ms and get the answer!

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  5. akash97 Group Title
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    @jason10 : ma data is like dat V0=5V, T=1ms, Rw=1Ω, Lw=1mH and RL=1Ω. dan plz write ma ans n formula if possible

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  6. brash Group Title
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    Hi, V0=5, T=0.1ms, RW=1, Lw=0.5mH, Rl=4, write answer pliz

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  7. WAK Group Title
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    i did it using sand box but m not getting the right answer....

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  8. jason10 Group Title
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    @akash97 :got ur ans? @brash :got ur answer?

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  9. akash97 Group Title
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    @jason10 : not at ol help me to take me out of dis

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  10. jason10 Group Title
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    write ur values here

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  11. akash97 Group Title
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    @jason10: V0=5V, T=1ms, Rw=1Ω, Lw=1mH and RL=1Ω. Tell me ans n method if possible

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  12. jason10 Group Title
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    for akash97 vmax=4.384 v vmin=0.601v

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  13. jason10 Group Title
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    for ezekiel or whatever that is... vmax=2.912v vmin=1.088v

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  14. hejå Group Title
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    what is eziekles rise and fall

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  15. akash97 Group Title
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    @jason10 : still getting wrong

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  16. jason10 Group Title
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    @akash97 :impossible man!i hav checked it1 maybe there's some typo!

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  17. captin_juba Group Title
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    @ jason10 can you write the formula plz

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  18. jason10 Group Title
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    no formula, simulation!

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  19. jason10 Group Title
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    @akash97 :i gave ezek the answer, his r right1

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  20. hejå Group Title
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    @jason10 can you say what the rise and fall it is for eziekels please

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  21. akash97 Group Title
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    @e_zek_iel : have u got green marks on Q6 problems?

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  22. captin_juba Group Title
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    @ jason10 aha sry okay what about this specification plz Vo=5v ,T= 0.5ms , Rw=3 , Lw =1mH , Rl = 2

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  23. hejå Group Title
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    @e_zek_iel what were your answer for part 1 and 2 of question 6

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  24. WAK Group Title
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    how did u got the answer???? plz tell the method..... @e_zek_iel ?????

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  25. hejå Group Title
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    u ave to make the circuit

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  26. WAK Group Title
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    i have used sand box but m not getting the right answer... kindly tell if anyone got the right answer.... what's the trick in it coz i have used 2 checks

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  27. WAK Group Title
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    @jason10 tell me the values for Vo=10V, T=1ms, Rw= 2 ohms, Lw=1mH, Rl=3 ohms.....

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  28. WAK Group Title
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    how did u get these values????

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  29. WAK Group Title
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    @Nurali kindly tell the method and values for Vo=10V, T=0.5ms, Rw= 1 ohms, Lw=0.5mH, Rl=4 ohms.....

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    @WAK do you have values ?

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  31. WAK Group Title
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    i have solved tha question,,,,, tell me your values n i'll give u the answer

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  32. dancios Group Title
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    @WAK the same as yours

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  33. jason10 Group Title
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    can u write the answer in general so that ppl can plug in their own value and check fr themselves?

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  34. WAK Group Title
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    i did it on software... just use sandbox of MITx....

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  35. jason10 Group Title
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    same here and it works! i dunno y sum ppl couldn't get it?

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  36. dancios Group Title
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    Vo=10V, T=0.5ms, Rw= 1 ohms, Lw=0.5mH, Rl=4 ohms

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    Assume that in the circuit above, V0=5V, T=1ms, Rw=1Ω, Lw=1mH and RL=1Ω. please help vmax=4.384 - wrong vmin=0.601 - wrong

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  38. dancios Group Title
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    @WAK i do something wrong XD could you give answers :>

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  39. PlayHard Group Title
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    V0=5V, T=1ms, Rw=1Ω, Lw=1mH and RL=1Ω. 0.5 0.5 4.328 0.67 all correct

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  40. dancios Group Title
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    @e_zek_iel i have errors in 6a) and 6b) 6c) 7.942 (good one) and 6d) also error

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  41. dancios Group Title
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    halp!

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  42. brunofornari Group Title
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    @PlayHard u sure abt these answers? the Vmax is wrong for me.. 4.328 we have the same values

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  43. granyuyito Group Title
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    @dancios @wap 0.1 a, b

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  44. Zozi Group Title
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    can someone tell the last two parts for Vo=10V, T=1ms, Rw= 2 ohms, Lw=1mH, Rl=3 ohms ? The sandbox not helping (5.518 , 0.477) not green :(

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  45. rahulk Group Title
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    V0=10 T=.5, Rw=1 Lw=0.5 Rl=4 last part from sandbox is 0v, but marked wrong (Vmax 8 OK0

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    V0=5V, T=0.5ms, Rw=1Ω, Lw=1mH and RL=1Ω.

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