What is Rlc circuit: Definition and 305 Discussions
An RLC circuit is an electrical circuit consisting of a resistor (R), an inductor (L), and a capacitor (C), connected in series or in parallel. The name of the circuit is derived from the letters that are used to denote the constituent components of this circuit, where the sequence of the components may vary from RLC.
The circuit forms a harmonic oscillator for current, and resonates in a similar way as an LC circuit. Introducing the resistor increases the decay of these oscillations, which is also known as damping. The resistor also reduces the peak resonant frequency. In ordinary conditions, some resistance is unavoidable even if a resistor is not specifically included as a component; an ideal, pure LC circuit exists only in the domain of superconductivity, a physical effect demonstrated to this point only at temperatures far below and/or pressures far above what are found naturally anywhere on the Earth's surface.
RLC circuits have many applications as oscillator circuits. Radio receivers and television sets use them for tuning to select a narrow frequency range from ambient radio waves. In this role, the circuit is often referred to as a tuned circuit. An RLC circuit can be used as a band-pass filter, band-stop filter, low-pass filter or high-pass filter. The tuning application, for instance, is an example of band-pass filtering. The RLC filter is described as a second-order circuit, meaning that any voltage or current in the circuit can be described by a second-order differential equation in circuit analysis.
The three circuit elements, R, L and C, can be combined in a number of different topologies. All three elements in series or all three elements in parallel are the simplest in concept and the most straightforward to analyse. There are, however, other arrangements, some with practical importance in real circuits. One issue often encountered is the need to take into account inductor resistance. Inductors are typically constructed from coils of wire, the resistance of which is not usually desirable, but it often has a significant effect on the circuit.
If we apply KVL to the three separate loops involving the AC voltage we obtain expressions for ##I_R, I_L##, and ##I_C##.
$$-V(t)+I_R(t)R=0$$
$$\implies I_R(t)=\frac{V_0}{R}\sin{(\omega t)}$$
$$-V(t)=-L\dot{I}_L(t)$$
$$\implies I_L(t)=\frac{V_0}{\omega L}\sin{(\omega t-\pi/2)}$$...
suppose that we have an RLC circuit where initially, the capacitor is fully charged, the charge in the capacitor is given by ##q(t) = q_{max} e^{-Rt/2L} \cos(\omega t)##, if we want to find the current, we would differentiate the charge, so $$\Large i(t) = \frac{d q}{dt} = \frac{d}{dt} (q_{max}...
I tried to start by assuming that we need to integrate something over 1 period (2pi). Therefore, we need i(t)^2 R integrated over something. From there, I recognized that this is an underdamped model since R/2L < 1/sqrt(LC). I believe that i(t) can be represented by i(t) = e^(-at)[A_1 cos(w_d t)...
Here is the circuit
and here is the plot of current and voltage
we don't know which is which initially.
Just by looking at this plot, I conclude that the element cannot be a resistor because if it were then the phase would need to be zero.
Next, suppose the element is an inductor. Then...
For a parallel RLC circuit, I have found the complex impedance to be 1/ (1/R -j(1/wL +wC)) . I need to find the phase difference between the voltage and current in the circuit. I know it's given by tan^-1(im(z)/re(z)) but how do I do it here as the expression is a fraction?
The notes are in an attached pdf on pages 10-13.
We start with the driven RLC circuit below
The AC source voltage is ##V(t)=V_0\sin{(\omega t +\phi)}## and we would like to find the current ##I(t)=I_0\sin{(\omega t)}##.
Using Faraday's law we have...
my issue here is what would i put in for frequency ? unless i use the formula to find the resonance frequency
i have only used multisim live and you cant put in Vs 10 +j20
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I need some help solving those two question. I've attached my attempted solution below. Could i solve the transfer function any further?
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LRC circuits with an AC source are having the best over me... had some confusion in class with respect to which method is best using(phasors diagram, reactances or complex impedances) which I am trying to desperately sort out before my exam; here I will show you my best attempt on...
a) An inductor should be added because that would cancel out the lag of the voltage with the current so that P = IV is at a maximum since V is ahead of I in an inductor
b) ##cos(\phi) = \frac{R}{Z}##, ##R = Zcos(\phi) = 60\times 0.5 = 30 ohms##
##X_l - X_c = \sqrt{Z^2 - R^2} = \sqrt{60^2 -...
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I understand the standard solution where charge in an RLC circuit decreases from +Q to 0, for a capacitor with starting charges +Q and -Q. May I know what the terminal charge on a capacitor in an RLC circuit is, when it’s original charges are 2Q and 0?
I am thinking it will be +Q and...
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i want to know just how to approach this question.
i know the omega=100 then should i find XL and XC? and then find the voltage in points c and d?
also how do i find the current that enters point c?
thanks a lot.
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I am studying Open Modelica and building RLC.
I was given the following task:
From the initial network
make one (sample graphics on Scilab but needs in Open Modelica)
As you can see in the graph that is presented in scilab, the graphs start from different points.
Here is a list of...
Hello, this is my working. My professor did not give any answer key, and thus can I check if I approach the question correctly, and also check if my answer is correct at the same time.
When t < 0, capacitor acts as open circuit,
$$V(0-) = V(0+) = 9V$$
When t = infinity,
$$V( ∞) = 5V$$ (because...
the impedance of the parallel RLC circuit is shown as attached.
The equation above is the impedeance of RLC circuit in series, how can I convert that in parallel? Thanks.
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I have been thinking about this problem for a few hours, and I do not understand how I should proceed to solve it correctly. Section a is very simple, just substitute in the expression that gives us the values of L and C that the statement gives us.
However, when I get to section b, I...
I am doing an experiment in electronics with AC RLC circuits, But there are a few things about what I need to do that I don't understand.
First: While I know in the circuit diagram we include the internal resistance of the Inductor in series, but I don't know why we include it in series rather...
L=100mh=0.1H
ω=10^3 rad/s -> f = 159Hz
XL= ωL= 2πfL= 2π*159*0.1= 99.90 Ω
Z parallel = [(XL∠90º)*R2] / [(XL∠90º)-R2]= 37.13∠-21.8º
XC= 1/ωC= 1/(2 π f C)
I don't see how I am supposed to get to C
Summary: Looking for guidance on how to model an RLC circuit with a system of ODES, where the variables are the resistor and inductor voltages.
This is a maths problem I have to complete for homework.
The problem is trying to prove that the attached circuit diagram can be modeled using the...
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The attempt at a solution
Constructing the total impedance of the circuit as follows,
$$\frac{1}{Z_T}=\frac{1}{Z_R}+\frac{1}{Z_C}+\frac{1}{Z_L}$$
where $Z_R=R$, $Z_C=-j\frac{1}{\omega C}$ and $Z_L=j\omega L$.
$$\frac{1}{Z_T}=\frac{1}{R}+j\omega C+\frac{1}{j\omega L}$$...
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10 v, 100 hz goes into a circuit of a 1o resistor, a 1o inductive reactance and a 1o capacitive reactance that are in series.
What is the current. What is the V across the cap.
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So I know I = V/Z and Z = sqrt( R^2 +...
Hi, i need some help here. Can you help me?:sorry:
Here is the problem.
Exercise statement: The switch have been closed for a long time y is opened at t=0. Using Laplace's transtormation calculate V0(t) for t ≥ 0
This is what i made to solve it:
1) I know while the switch is closed, the...
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I have the following RLC circuit with an sinusoidal voltage generator and I want to verify the Kirchoff's first law with an oscilloscope. To measure the peak voltage in each of the components I just permute the positions between the component and the resistor.
The question...
Hello to everbody can you help me how come C6 to be 10p and c5 13.5 and and l1 to be 190n and L6 240n
i start with 100Meghz, with one circuits 50/XL or 50/XC now become three different thanks
i understand the first circuit, i understand the second circuit, but now they make three circuits
how...
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I'm reading the textbook section covering damped series RLC circuits (provided below). I'm wondering why the author stipulates "When R is small..."
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Given above.
The Attempt at a Solution
Given above.
Any gentle and courteous comments are welcome!
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Homework Equations
I know for RL circuit T = L/R
For RC circuit it is RC
But how to go ahead for RLC circuit.The Attempt at a Solution
I calculated for RL as 1/4 = 0.25
And RC as 1
Then I added both time constant and got 1.25
Book answer is 0.5. How to solve this?
In...
I bolded the portions I need help with.
1. Homework Statement
A series circuit consists of a resistor with a resistance of 16 ohms, an inductor with inductance of 2 H, and a capacitor with a capacitance of 0.02 F.
At time t = 0 there is no charge on the capacitor and no current in the circuit...
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Find io for t≥0.
Express your answer in terms of t, where t is in milliseconds.
There is no energy stored in the circuit in (Figure 1) when the switch is closed at t = 0.
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##x(t)=x_f+[B_1cos(ω_dt)+B_2sin(ω_dt)]e^{-αt}##
The Attempt at a Solution
Let...
Hey guys, so I'm having trouble with this circuit analysis question. I need to find voltage across the capacitor as a function of time. I nearly finished analyzing but I'm having trouble solving for the initial value constants in the voltage equation. So first I used KCL to create the equation...
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Imagine you have two RLC circuits you are trying to scan for resonances. They have identical resonant frequencies, but circuit 1 has a very high Q-factor
(Q1 >> 1), and circuit 2 has a very low Q-factor (Q2 < 1). Let's assume you are already
on resonance and looking at V(out)...
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An RLC circuit contains the following components in series: a 15Ω resistor, a 200μF capacitor, and a 12mH inductor. What are the currents and voltages through each component?
It's known that the current through the resistor is 1.75A⋅cos(250πt)
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χL=ω*L...
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here is my problem :
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like usual, the problem is related with RLC circuits and transients
The Attempt at a Solution
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from here, the solution is obviously wrong because from the solution, its alpha should be -300 and not -0.4...and from the...
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RLC equations:
q= Qmax e ^ -Rt/2L cos wd t
wd = [ 1/LC - (R/2L)^2] ^ 1/2
The Attempt at a Solution
So, I am trying using Kirchoff law, but not sure what the question asks.
I thought it may be a trick and after a long...
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Homework Equations
Q(t) = Aei(wt+Φ); dQ/dt = i*w*Q(t); E = (L/2)(dQ/dt)2 + Q2/2C
i = √-1 E above is average energy
The Attempt at a Solution
When I plug in Q(t) & dQ/dt into equation above (E) I get:
A2L/2(w02-w2)cos[2(wt+Φ)]
w02 = 1/LC
After I plugged both of them in...
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The Attempt at a Solution
I used the loop rule where ##ΣΔV=0## and junction rule.
From here I get 4 equations
##i_3=i_1+i_2##
##ε-i_3R_3-i_1R_1-L(di\dt)=0##
##ε-i_3R_3-i_2R_2-Q\C=0##...
Homework Statement
below is my question :
Homework Equations
all of the equatios used to solve this problems are equations for free source RLC circuit.
The Attempt at a Solution
so far i have solved problem (a), whose answer is -1400V/s, the problem is when i want to solve (b) and (c)
do...
I'm not sure about the physical behavior of a RLC circuit and I have to give a presentation that involves one. So I've decided to plot the current. I found a book that gives a differential equation to describe the circuit.
##L\frac{d^2i}{dt^2} + R\frac{di}{dt} + \frac{1}{C}i = \frac{dv}{dt}##...
Homework Statement
It is the driven series RLC circuit. It is given in the following images.
It is from the section 12.3 in this note.
Homework Equations
The differential equation, as given by 12.3.3, is ##L \frac{d^2 Q}{d t^2} + R \frac{d Q}{d t} + \frac{Q}{C} = V_0 \sin{(\omega t)}##...
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part b, specifically finding the maximum charge for C1.
The question that boggles me is whether Imax changes on the left side of the circuit, after the switch closes.
Homework Equations
V=IR
Xc = 1/(wC) XL = wL
The Attempt at a Solution
I was able...
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I am a lab technician for a university and I am having some problem with some lab equipment. We are doing an RLC circuit lab with a frequency generator, oscilloscope, decade resistance box, capacitance box, and inductor. The equipment is connected in series, except for the...
Homework Statement
R = 125 ohms, L = 200 mH, C = 5 uF, initial current in L is -0.3A, and initial voltage across C is 25V.
Homework Equations
v(t) = (Bcos(wt)+Csin(wt))e^(-at)
The Attempt at a Solution
I've solved for v(t) t>0 and got 25e^(-800t)(cos(600t)+ (4/3)sin(600t)). The second...
Homework Statement
In the tuned circuit below, what will happen to the reading of the ammeter when:
a) source frequency increases. The voltage is constant
b) the capacitance increases. The voltage and source frequency are constant
c) The voltage increases. Source frequency is constant...
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In the figure given, the switch was at position A for a long time, at time =0 the switch is turned to position B...
My question is how do we assume the polarities for both the resistor and the capacitor after the switch is in position B
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The Attempt at...
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Im trying to build a resonant circuit with a ~low frequency resonance (<1kHz). I am using a Gyrator (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyrator#Application:_a_simulated_inductor) as the inductor.
Im using:
RL = 100ohm
R = 27kohm
C = 1uF
I put another 1uF capacitor in front of Zin, to form a...