Week 6 Test

Feb 3rd, 2012
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1.Reference the textbook problem 6.12. Design a system using the photoconductive cell in Figure 6.9 to measure and display light intensity. Make the design such that 20 to 100 mW/cm2 produces an output of 0.2 to 1.0 V. What is the readout error when the intensity is 60 mW/cm2? 2.Reference the textbook problem 6.14. A single silicon photovoltaic cell is found to have an open-circuit voltage of 0.6 V and a short-circuit current of 15 mA in full sunlight. Show how a collection of these cells can be arranged to deliver 500mW at 9.0V into a load. Write a verbal description 3. Reference the textbook problem 6.20. In a turbidity system such as that of Figure 6.34, the tanks are 2 m in length. A laser with a 2.2-mrad divergence, 2.1-mW power, and 1-mm exit radius is employed. If the sample nominally detracts from the beam power by 12% per meter, find the intensity of the beam at the detector. The laser is 1.5 m from the beam splitter. Note that the splitter halves the power and does not affect

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