Hi I am new to the forum. I have been studying and recently doing experiments with (LC) series resonant circuits at home. I have been referencing numerous electrical engineering books for information on series resonance, but unfortunately I have been unable to find any books that break the phenomenon down to the most basic level as to what is really going on in a series resonant circuit to reduce impedance to to zero. I have seen the vectors and the math but that really doesn't explain to me how for example the capacitor is able to interefere with the inductor's ability to control current rise in itself. All I can do is theorize that the capacitor's voltage rises at the same rate as the inductor's reactive voltage which results in no voltage drop across the the LC network. If anyone has had it explained to them or understands it more deeply and is willing to share the information please respond.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Series resonant circuit help

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