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1. Homework Statement
Hi mates, I have problems solving the third part of this exercise, I've already done all the previous calculations.
Given the following circuit, where the switch S is open, the power supply = 50 volts and:
2. Homework Equations
3. The Attempt at a Solution
As stated before, I've done the first and the second parts.
For the first:
Well, here is where i get lost, because I dont't know how to study and analize the circuit formed at this point, I've only seen discharging RC circuits whis a single current, one resistor and one capacitor due those elements could be joined into their equivalent ones, but here, I get 2 resistors, 2 capacitors and 2 meshes, like this one.
I know that the initial charges at this point are:
In order to get the initial charge in the C capacitor I used the voltage obtained in the voltmeter in the second part at the 10 milliseconds, because are connected parallel. So, multiplying that voltage times the capacitance, we get
The initial charge in the 2C capacitor stills equal, since its an ideal capacitor, so is the same: Q_{2C} = 20^6 coulombs
Hi mates, I have problems solving the third part of this exercise, I've already done all the previous calculations.
Given the following circuit, where the switch S is open, the power supply = 50 volts and:
 The initial charge in the C capacitor: Q_{C} = 0 coulombs
 The initial charge in the 2C capacitor: Q_{2C} = 20^6 coulombs
 Switch⇒I find the current passing by the amperemeter (I_{A}) and the voltage across the voltmeter V_{V} After a long time t (t>5 time constants). (Done).
 Switch⇒II find the voltage across the voltmeter V_{V} passed 10 milliseconds. (Done).
 Switch⇒III next get the final reading of the voltmeter V_{V} at a given time t (t >0 ∧ t< 5 time constants) and the energy dissipated in the resistors till that instant.
2. Homework Equations
 Ohm's law: R=ΔV/i
 Capacitance: C=q/ΔV
 Kirchoff's laws: Σi=0 ∧ ΣΔV=0
 Energy gived by the battery untill an instant t
 Energy dissipated in the resistor untill an instant t
 Energy stored in the capacitor untill an instant t
3. The Attempt at a Solution
As stated before, I've done the first and the second parts.
For the first:
Well, here is where i get lost, because I dont't know how to study and analize the circuit formed at this point, I've only seen discharging RC circuits whis a single current, one resistor and one capacitor due those elements could be joined into their equivalent ones, but here, I get 2 resistors, 2 capacitors and 2 meshes, like this one.
I know that the initial charges at this point are:
In order to get the initial charge in the C capacitor I used the voltage obtained in the voltmeter in the second part at the 10 milliseconds, because are connected parallel. So, multiplying that voltage times the capacitance, we get
The initial charge in the 2C capacitor stills equal, since its an ideal capacitor, so is the same: Q_{2C} = 20^6 coulombs
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