How do I setup an integral to integrate over the following equation:
V(t) = 1/(R*C) integral to t Vin(t) dt
This is the capacitor voltage over time formula.
I want to integrate over a sine wave from 9 to 81 degrees. Frequency of 120Hz, amplitude of 120V.
The formula I used in wolframalpha is...
Svein,
I would like to say thank you so very much for pointing this out to me. I believe you truly made my evening.
I indeed performed the calculations and get -468/-52 = 9.
Can you cite the rule or fundamental misunderstanding that I have missed? I was under the impression that we can...
I'm given the problem 14x+5y=31, 2x-3y=-29
This is a set of linear equations that I am asked to solve. That being said I am getting hung up on how to distribute a fraction. The answer is x=9, however, I am getting x=36 and the step I do not understand is distributing the fraction.
We then get...
Okay, this makes perfect sense now.
So in very simple terms the middle joint has forces that cancel out, hence the Fy in opposite directions because it does not move. It is supporting forces in both directions and therefore must sum to 0 net force.
Thank you!
On EngineersEdge.com they have a free body diagram of a scissor lift
https://www.engineersedge.com/mechanics_machines/scissor-lift.htm
Can anyone explain how the Fy, Fx components are determined? What is specifically confusing to me is how Fy is opposite in direction given the system.
To me...
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Z = (XC*RL)/(XC+RL)
= (-j333*(1000))/(-j333+1000)
= 315 , -71.58*
= 100 -j300 ohms
I calculated that...
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