Calculate the time to get the voltage across the capacitor, Electrical Engineering

1. The circuit below will be most efficiently analyzed by obtaining the Thevenin equivalent circuit for the circuit to the left of the points (a-b) on the schematic. The capacitor is initially uncharged.

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a. Find VTH and RTH for the circuit to the left of points (a-b).

b. Write the expressions for VC(t) and IC(t), given the Thevenin equivalent circuit.

c. After the switch S1 is thrown into position 1 (pos1), what will be the final voltage across C, the capacitor?

d. How long will it take to get the voltage across the capacitor to reach 2 Volts?

e. What is the current IC when VC = 2 Volts?

f.  After the capacitor has been fully charged, switch S1 is thrown to position 2 (pos2). How long will it take VC to reach zero Volts?

g. How long will it take to bring VC down to 3 Volts?

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