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Consider the series RLC circuit in which R2<4L/C (underdamped).

Assume that at t=0 , the charge on the capacitor has its maximum value.

(a) The differential equation obeyed by the potential across the capacitor can be written in the following form

d2V/dt2+a*dV/dt+b*V=0
a) Express a in term of, if necessary, R, L, C.

Express b in term of, if necessary, R, L, C.


In the circuit above, R=251 Ohm, L=0.07 H, C=2e-06 F.

(b) What is the decay constant (in seconds) according to which the charge on the capacitor is decaying?

(c) The times at which the total energy stored in the RLC circuit is exclusively of electric nature can be written as

t= a+bn n=0,1,2,3,…
What is b?

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    a) R/L
    second a) ?

    b)
    0.000828
    c)
    0
    0.00226

    Did anybody get second question a)?Express b in term of, if necessary, R , L , C .

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    Thanks FLu!

    Anybody for:
    a)Express b in term of, if necessary, R , L , C ?

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    Have you the formula? Please

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    Thanks, please answer ?

    a)Express b in term of, if necessary, R , L , C ?

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    Answer second expression for a) please?

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    How have you calculated the answer to b and c ???

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    RORRO, what is the last expression a)Express b in term of, if necessary, R , L , C ?

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    Please explicit the method for calculating the answers to b) and c).

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    Thanks, please answer ?

    a)Express b in term of, if necessary, R , L , C ?

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    a)Express b in term of, if necessary, R , L , C ?

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    b)
    0.000828 n 0.00226 is wrong ! plz tell the formulae !!

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    a) R/L and 1/LC

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    b) n c) part plz....!

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    C part please..

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    Standing Wave and Traveling Wave all parts please.

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    Flu please give answers.

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    formulas for b and c anyone?

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