Question

An inductor (*L* = 400 mH), a capacitor (*C* =
4.43 µF), and a resistor (*R* = 500 Ω) are connected in
series. A 46.0-Hz AC generator connected in series to these
elements produces a maximum current of 335 mA in the
circuit.

a.) Calculate the required maximum voltage
Δ*V*_{max}.

b.) Determine the phase angle by which the current leads or lags the applied voltage. The current ______ the voltage by a magnitude of ______.

Answer #1

A series AC circuit contains a resistor, an inductor of 210 mH,
a capacitor of 5.50 µF, and a source with ΔVmax = 240 V operating
at 50.0 Hz. The maximum current in the circuit is 200 mA. (a)
Calculate the inductive reactance. Ω (b) Calculate the capacitive
reactance. Ω (c) Calculate the impedance. kΩ (d) Calculate the
resistance in the circuit. kΩ (e) Calculate the phase angle between
the current and the source voltage. °

A 50 Ω resistor, 100 mH inductor and 60 μ F capacitor are
connected in series to an AC
generator. The generator produces 60 V r m s at 30 Hz. What is the
maximum current in
the circuit at 30 Hz?

A 0.380 H inductor, a 20 µf capacitor, and a 25Ω resistor are
connected in series to an ac generator with an rms voltage of 30.0
V and a frequency of 50.0 Hz. Find the rms current and the peak
current in the circuit.

A resistor, 50.0-mH inductor, and 100.0-µF capacitor are
connected in series with a 50 Hz voltage source and an impedance of
75.0 Ώ. What average power is delivered to this circuit when delta
Vrms = 210 V

A 10.0Ω resistor,10.0 mH inductor, and 10.0 μF capacitor are
connected in series with a 10.0 kHz voltage source. The RMS current
through the circuit is 0.200 A.
a. Sketch an accurate phasor diagram.
b. Find the RMS voltage drop across each of the 3 elements.
c. What is the phase angle between the current and the applied
voltage?
d. Find the RMS voltage in the circuit.

A resistor, 50.0-mH inductor, and 100.0-µF capacitor
are connected in series with a 50 Hz voltage source and an
impedance of 75.0 Ώ. What average power is delivered to this
circuit when ΔVrms = 210 V?
please explain step by step.

A circuit is constructed with an AC generator, a resistor,
capacitor and inductor as shown. The generator voltage varies in
time as ε =Va - Vb = εmsinωt,
where εm = 120 V and ω = 651 radians/second. The values
for the remaining circuit components are: R = 97 Ω, L = 114.8 mH,
and C = 11.9μF.
3)
What is φ, the phase angle between the generator voltage and the
current in this circuit. The phase φ is defined...

A resistor (R = 9.00 ✕ 102 Ω), a
capacitor (C = 0.250 μF), and an
inductor (L = 2.30 H) are connected in series
across a 2.40 ✕ 102-Hz AC source for which
ΔVmax = 1.15 ✕ 102 V.
a.) Calculate the impedance of the circuit.
b.) Calculate the maximum current delivered by the source.
c.) Calculate the phase angle between the current and
voltage.
d.) Is the current leading or lagging behind the
voltage?

A 10 .0 Ω resistor, 10.0 mH inductor, and a 10.0μF capacitor are
connected in series with a 10.0 kHz voltage source. The current
through the circuit is 0.20 A. Find the voltage drop across each of
the 3 elements. What is the resonance frequency of this circuit? Is
the voltage lagging or leading the current in this circuit?

A circuit consists of a 215-Ω resistor and a 0.200-H inductor.
These two elements are connected in series across a generator that
has a frequency of 120 Hz and a voltage of 235 V.
(a) What is the current in the circuit?
???A
(b) Determine the phase angle between the current and the voltage
of the generator.
???°

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