Forced Response for RC cct.

  • Thread starter Ammar w
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Homework Statement



what is the forced response for Rc cct. and how to derive it??

Homework Equations



I know that the forced response in RL cct. is :
i = cos (ωt - tan^-1

we start from :

Vm cos (ωt) = Ri + L

and

i = Im cos (ωt-θ)

Can anyone help please!
 

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just give me the voltage of capacitor law.
I don't know how to start,
 
  • #3
gneill
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It's not clear from your description what it is you're trying to do. Are you trying to write and solve the differential equation for the current in a series RC circuit? Or do you just want the steady-state AC response (AC current given the AC driving voltage)? Something else?
 

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