Question

In a series oscillating *RLC* circuit, *R* = 16.4
Ω, *C* = 30.9 *μ*F, *L* = 9.74 mH, and
*E* =
*E** _{m}*sin

Answer #1

In a series oscillating RLC circuit, R = 15.5
Ω, C = 31.6 μF, L = 9.32 mH, and
E =
Emsinωdt
with Em = 44.6 V and
ωd = 3070 rad/s. For time t =
0.432 ms find (a) the rate Pg
at which energy is being supplied by the generator,
(b) the rate PC at which the
energy in the capacitor is changing, (c) the rate
PL at which the energy in the inductor is
changing, and (d)...

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1500 Hz .
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and the capacitor.
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VC)
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