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UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA

FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Subject : Electric Network Analysis and Synthesis Code Subject: BEE3113


Date : 26th August 2008 Course : 2 & 3 BEE

Answer all the questions. Laplace Transform Table is provided for your references.

Q1 (a) What are the advantages of Laplace Transform in analyzing circuit?


(2 marks)

(b) Find the Laplace Transform for the following function.

f (t ) = sin( t / 4) + 5∫ cos 5t dt
t
(i)
0
d
(ii) 2tu (t ) − 4 δ (t )
dt

(iii) 3t 4e −2t u (t )

(iv) 2e − t u (t − 4)
(12 marks)

(c) For the waveform in Figure 1,

(i) Write an expression for the waveform f(t).


(ii) Obtain the Laplace transform of the waveform f(t) found in (i).

Figure 1

(6 marks)

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N (s )
Q2. (a) Given that H (s ) = K . The expression of H (s ) is called as rational
D (s )
function. N (s ) is an expression of the numerator and D(s ) is an expression of
the denominator. The zero of H (s ) is 0. The poles of H (s ) are -2, -2 and -1.
H (s ) has a gain, K which equals to 4.

(i) Sketch the pole-zero diagrams.


(ii) Express the function H (s ) as a proper rational function.
(iii) What is the output,y(t) if an input of x (t ) = 2e −3t is applied to the
system?

(18 marks)

(b) The switch in Figure 2 has been in position A for a long time and is moved to
position B at t = 0.

Figure 2

(i) Transform the circuit into s domain and solve for IL(s) in symbolic
form.
(ii) Find iL(t) for R1= R2= 500 Ω, L = 250 mH, and C = 4µF and VA=15V.
(iii) Identify the forced and natural response.

(12 marks)

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Jadual 1/ Table 1: Properties of Laplace Transform

No. f(t) F(s)


1. δ(t) 1
2. u(t) 1/s
3. tu(t) 1/s2
4. tn u(t) n!
s n +1
5. e-at u(t) 1
s+a
6. sin ωt u(t) ω
s +ω2 2

7. cos ωt u(t) s
s +ω2
2

8. f(at) 1 s
F( )
a a
9. e-at f(t) F(s+a)
10. f(t-a) u(t-a) e-asF(s)
11. df sF ( s ) − f (0 − )
dt
dn f s n F ( s ) − s n−1 f ( s )
dt n − s n − 2 f ' (0).. − f ( n−1) (0 − )
12. t 1
∫ 0
f (t )dt
s
F ( s)

13. tf(t) d
− F (s)
ds
14. f (t ) ∞

t
∫s
F ( s )ds

15. f(t+nT) F1 ( s )
1 − e − sT
16. f(0) lim sF(s)
s∞
17. f(∞) lim sF(s)
s0
18. f1(t)*f2(t) F1 ( s ).F2 ( s )

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