Engineering Lab Report

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EET-118-Laboratory Experiment #1_C
Dr. J. Fiorillo Multisim
Objective: The objective of this experiment is to introduce the Multisim simulation software and how it can be used to simulate DC Operating Conditions of various circuit configurations.
List of Equipment\Software:
• Multisim Software Education Edition 14.2: National Instruments
• EET-118-Laboratory Multisim Manual: Dr. Fiorillo
• Microsoft Word and Snipping Tool: Microsoft
Learning Objectives:
• Students will learn how to configure the Multisim simulation software for EET-118
• Students will learn how to simulate resistance, current, and voltage measurements with the Agilent 34401A Multimeter provided with Multisim in various circuit configurations.
PART A: Procedure: Multisim Simulations-Figure #1
STEP #1 Use the Multisim Editor to construct the circuit described in Figure #1 in Table #1-A. Save the file in the format described in EET-118-Laboratory Multisim Manual.
STEP #2 Run a Multisim Interactive Simulation with the Agilent 34401A DMM to obtain the branch currents in Figure #1, I(R1), I(R2), I(R3), and I(V1). Note, this step requires that four DMMs be included for the simulation. Refer to class notes and illustrations provided in the EET-118-Laboratory Multisim Manual.
STEP #3 Run a Multisim DC Operating Point analysis to obtain the branch currents I(R1), I(R2), I(R3), and I(V1).
STEP #4 Use the Snipping Tool to copy and paste the results from Steps #2 and #3 in the space provided in Data Table #1-B.
STEP #5 Run a Multisim Interactive Simulation with the Agilent 34401A DMM to obtain the voltage drops V(R1), V(R2), and V(R3). Note, voltage drops must
be expressed in terms of node voltages for this step. i.e. V(a)-V(b). This step requires that three DMMs be included for the simulation.
STEP #6 Run a Multisim DC Operating Point analysis to obtain the voltage drops V(R1), V(R2), and V(R3). Note, voltage drops must be expressed in terms of node
voltages for this step.
STEP #7 Use the Snipping Tool to copy and paste the results from Steps #5 and #6 in the space provided in Data Table #1-C.
STEP #8 Run a Multisim Interactive Simulation with the Agilent 34401A DMM to obtain the node voltages V(A), V(B), V(C), and V(0). This step requires that four DMMs be included for the simulation.
STEP #9 Run a Multisim DC Operating Point analysis to obtain the node voltages V(A), V(B), V(C), and V(0).
STEP #10 Use the Snipping Tool to copy and paste the results from Steps #8 and #9 in the space provided in Data Table #1-D
STEP #11 Run a Multisim Interactive Simulation with the Agilent 34401A DMM to obtain the node voltages V(CA) and V(CB). This step requires that two DMMs be included for the simulation.
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EET-118-Laboratory Experiment #1_C
Dr. J. Fiorillo Multisim
STEP #12 Run a Multisim DC Operating Point analysis to obtain the node voltages V(C,A) and V(C,B).
STEP #13 Use the Snipping Tool to copy and paste the results from Steps #11 and #12 in the space provided in Data Table #1-E.
PART B: Theoretical Computations-Figure #1
STEP #1 Use circuit analysis techniques learned in EET-111 to determine the branch currents, voltage drops, and node voltages described in Table #1-A.
• Use nominal resistance values and label all diagrams completely.
• Use the KVL format described in class for node voltage computations.
• Show all work in an organized format in Table #1-A. Note, an extra page is provided if needed to complete your computations.
PART C: Laboratory Report
STEP #1 Submit all items listed, in the order provided below, as a single PDF file as discussed in class with the following file name:
118_Last Name_Exp#1_Report
Double check that your name is on each page submitted and that the time
stamp is included with each Multisim simulation. Page: Description: 1. Table #1 will computations and data entries 2. Computations for Table #1-A continued 3. Data Table #1-B 4. Data Table #1-C 5. Data Table #1-D 6. Data Table #1-E
NO EXTRA PAGES WILL BE ACCEPTED!!!

 

EET-118-Laboratory       Experiment #1_C     Student’s Name:______________________

Dr. J. Fiorillo                     Data Table #1-A          Date: _____________________________

 

Show all theoretical computations in an organized format below: Figure #1
Branch Currents: Ohm’s Law
Current Theoretical* Measured**
IR1    
IR2    
IR3    
ITotal    
Voltage Drops: Ohm’s Law
Voltage Drop Theoretical* Measured**
VAB = VR1    
VBC = VR2    
VC = VR3    
VA = VTotal    
Voltage Drops: Voltage Divider Rule
Voltage Drop Theoretical* Measured**
VAB = VR1    
VBC = VR2    
VC = VR3    
VA = VTotal    
Node Voltages ( KVL Format ) Reference: Node 0
Node Voltage Theoretical* Measured**
VA    
VB    
VC    
V0    
VCA    
VCB    

Notes:

*Theoretical: Theoretical values are obtained from computations describe in Part B.

**Measured: Measured values are obtained from the Multisim Interactive Simulations with the Agilent DMM.

EET-118-Laboratory       Experiment #1_C     Student’s Name:______________________

Dr. J. Fiorillo                     Data Table #1-A          Date: _____________________________

 

Show all theoretical computations for Part B in an organized format below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EET-118-Laboratory       Experiment #1_C     Student’s Name:______________________

Dr. J. Fiorillo                     Data Table #1-B         Date: _____________________________

 

“DC Operating Point” Branch Current Results
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multisim Schematic with all Agilent Meters included for each current measurement. “Interactive Simulation” Branch Currents Measurements with Agilent 34401A
 

 

 

EET-118-Laboratory       Experiment #1_C     Student’s Name:______________________

Dr. J. Fiorillo                     Data Table #1-C        Date: _____________________________

 

“DC Operating Point” Voltage Drops Results
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multisim Schematic with all Agilent Meters included for each voltage drop measurement. “Interactive Simulation” Voltage Drops Measurements with Agilent 34401A
 

 

 

EET-118-Laboratory       Experiment #1_C     Student’s Name:______________________

Dr. J. Fiorillo                     Data Table #1-D          Date: _____________________________

 

“DC Operating Point” Node Voltage Results
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multisim Schematic with all Agilent Meters for each node voltage measurement. “Interactive Simulation”  Node Voltage Measurements with Agilent 34401A
 

 

 

EET-118-Laboratory       Experiment #1_C     Student’s Name:______________________

Dr. J. Fiorillo                     Data Table #1-E          Date: _____________________________

 

“DC Operating Point” Node Voltage Results
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multisim Schematic with all Agilent Meters for each node voltage measurement. “Interactive Simulation”  Node Voltage Measurements with Agilent 34401A
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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