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# In the circuit shown in Figure P3 33 F1 and F2 are fuses Under normal conditions they are modeled as a short circuit However if excess current flows through a fuse its element melts and the fuse

In the circuit shown in Figure P3.33, F1 and F2 are fuses. Under normal conditions they are modeled as a short circuit. However, if excess current flows through a fuse, its element melts and the fuse “blows” (i.e., it becomes an open circuit).

VS1 = VS2 = 115 V

respect to

v1

+  VS1

1

 v

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VS2

Rw1

v2     Rw2

1        2 R1

R2

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3

v1&#39;

R1  = R2  = 5 Q      R3  = 10 Q

R4 = R5 = 200 mQ

Normally, the voltages across R1, R2, and R3 are 106.5,

−106.5, and 213.0 V. If F1 now blows, or opens, determine, using KCL and node analysis, the new

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VS3

v3

Rw3

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R3

v3&#39;

voltages across R1, R2, and R3. R4          F1

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