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Electric Circuit Analysis

by: Antonina Wuckert

Electric Circuit Analysis ECE 280

Antonina Wuckert
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Antonina Wuckert on Monday September 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ECE 280 at George Mason University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see /class/215038/ece-280-george-mason-university in ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING at George Mason University.

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Date Created: 09/28/15
RLC Transient and Resonant Response Sayed Taher Zewari ECE 280 202 Lab No 4 110400 3 1 t t III IV Overdamped RLC Circuit Introduction The purpose of this part of the lab is to investigate the behavior and characteristics of an overdamped RLC circuit Background Information An RLC circuit is said to be overdamped when its natural frequencies of the differential equation describing the circuit are real and unequal Circuits with at least one capacitor and one inductor have three possible types of behavior known as overdamped underdamped and critically damped Resonant Frequency is any frequency at which resonance occurs The resonant frequency of a tuned inductancecapacitance circuit depends on the values of the components The larger the product of the inductance and capacitance the lower the resonant frequency will be Materials Used The following materials were used in this part of the lab two resistors of 10 Q and one 800 kQ resistor function generator multimeters banana to alligator wires 10 HF capacitor and the bread board on the Heathkit Trainer Procedure The following circuit was setup gure 1 l The describing differential equation for the above circuit was obtained by using KVL 2 The differential equation was solved and the natural frequencies 1 2 for the circuit were obtained 3 The value of tlong was calculated by this equation mung l 1 1 is the smallest of the roots of the differential equation 4 The frequency F was calculated by this equation F l period l lO Elong 1011orlg is the period 5 The practical value of tlong was obtained by selecting two time period t1 and t2 and the corresponding V1 and V2 6 Then the mung was calculated by this formula t t2 7 t1 In VlFVVZFV


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