- LCR Series Circuit
- Phasor-diagram solution
- Analytical solution
- Resonance - Sharpness of resonance
- Alternating Current L.C.R. Series circuit
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- Alternating current part 14 (Impedance in LCR circuit)
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- Alternating current part 16 (Phasor diagram Series LCR circuit)
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- Alternating current part 15 (AC voltage to LCR circuit series)
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- Alternating current part 31 (Numericals)
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- Alternating current part 13 (Series LCR circuit)
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In a series LCR circuit connected to an a.c. source of voltage v = vmsinωt, use phasor diagram to derive an expression for the current in the circuit. Hence, obtain the expression for the power dissipated in the circuit. Show that power dissipated at resonance is maximum
A voltage V = V0 sin ωt is applied to a series LCR circuit. Derive the expression for the average power dissipated over a cycle. Under what condition (i) no power is dissipated even though the current flows through the circuit, (ii) maximum power is dissipated in the circuit?
Why does current in a steady state not flow in a capacitor connected across a battery? However momentary current does flow during charging or discharging of the capacitor. Explain.
A series LCR circuit is connected across an a.c. source of variable angular frequency 'ω'. Plot a graph showing variation of current 'i' as a function of 'ω' for two resistances R1 and R2 (R1 > R2).
Answer the following questions using this graph :
(a) In which case is the resonance sharper and why?
(b) In which case in the power dissipation more and why?
(i) Find the value of the phase difference between the current and the voltage in the series LCR circuit shown below. Which one leads in phase : current or voltage ?
(ii) Without making any other change, find the value of the additional capacitor C1, to be connected in parallel with the capacitor C, in order to make the power factor of the circuit unity.