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    Terminal Voltage & Power Supplied/Dissipated

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    Refer to Figure 2.16 (see attached file):
    a) Find the total power supplied by the ideal source.
    b) Find the power dissipated and lost within the nonideal source.
    c) What is the power supplied by the source to the circuit as modeled by the load resistance?
    d) Plot the terminal voltage and power supplied to the circuit as a function of current.
    Repeat I_T= 0,5,10,20,30 A.
    V_S= 12 V and R_S= 0.3 Ohms

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    a) Find the total power supplied by the ideal source.
    The ideal source means there is no lost in the source, i.e. . The total power is .
    b) Find the power dissipated and lost ...

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    Solution attaches a .doc file showing how to find total power supplied by an ideal source and lost by a nonidea one as well as power supplied by a modeled circuit and its terminal voltage as a function of current.

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