 31.1: An oscillating LC circuit consists of a 75.0 mH inductor and a 3.60...
 31.2: The frequency of oscillation of a certain LC circuit is 200 kHz. At...
 31.3: In a certain oscillating LC circuit, the total energy is converted ...
 31.4: What is the capacitance of an oscillating LC circuit if the maximum...
 31.5: In an oscillating LC circuit, L = 1.10 mH and C = 4.00 ,up. The max...
 31.6: A 0.50 kg body oscillates in SHM on a spring that, when extended 2....
 31.7: The energy in an oscillating LC circuit containing a 1.25 H inducto...
 31.8: A single loop consists of inductors (Ll> L 2, ), capacitors (Cl> C2...
 31.9: In an oscillating LC circuit with L = 50 mH and C = 4.0 ,uF, the cu...
 31.10: LC oscillators have been used in circuits connected to loudspeakers...
 31.11: A variable capacitor with a range from 10 to 365 pF is used with a ...
 31.12: In an oscillating LC circuit, when 75.0% of the total energy is sto...
 31.13: In an oscillating LC circuit, L = 3.00 mH and C = 2.70 ,up. At t = ...
 31.14: To construct an oscillating LC system, you can choose from a 10 mH ...
 31.15: An oscillating LC circuit consisting of a 1.0 nF capacitor and a 3....
 31.16: An inductor is connected across a capacitor whose capacitance can b...
 31.17: In Fig. 3127, R = 14.0 n, C = 6.20 fLF, and L = 54.0 mH, and the ...
 31.18: An oscillating LC circuit has a Fig.3127 17. current amplitude of ...
 31.19: Using the loop rule, derive the differential equation for an LC cir...
 31.20: In an oscillating LC circuit in which C = 4.00 fLF, the maximum po...
 31.21: In an oscillating LC circuit with C = 64.0 fLF, the current is giv...
 31.22: A series circuit containing inductance Lj and capacitance C1 oscill...
 31.23: In an oscillating LC circuit, L = 25.0 mH and C = 7.80 fLP. At tim...
 31.24: A singleloop circuit consists of a 7.20 n resistor, a 12.0 H induc...
 31.25: What resistance R should be connected in series with an inductance ...
 31.26: In an oscillating series RLC circuit, find the time required for th...
 31.27: In an oscillating series RLC circuit, show that t:.UlU, the fractio...
 31.28: A 1.50 fLF capacitor is connected as in Fig. 3110 to an ac genera...
 31.29: A 50.0 mH inductor is connected as in Fig. 3112 to an ac generator...
 31.30: A 50.0 n resistor is connected as in Fig. 318 to an ac generator w...
 31.31: (a) At what frequency would a 6.0 mH inductor and a 10 fLF capacit...
 31.32: An ac generator has emf '(g = '(gill sin w"t, with '(gm = 25.0 V an...
 31.33: An ac generator has emf'(g = '(gill sine wdt  7T/4), where '(gill ...
 31.34: An ac generator with emf '(g = '(gill sin wdt, where '(gill = 25.0 ...
 31.35: A coil of inductance 88 mH and unknown resistance and a 0.94 JLF ca...
 31.36: An alternating source with a variable frequency, a capacitor with c...
 31.37: An electric motor has an effective resistance of 32.0 and an induct...
 31.38: The current amplitude I versus driving angular frequency Wd for a d...
 31.39: Remove the inductor from the circuit in Fig. 317 and set R = 200 i...
 31.40: An alternating source drives a series RLC circuit with an emf ampli...
 31.41: In Fig. 317, set R = 200 il, C = 70.0 JLF, L = 230 mH, fd = 60.0 H...
 31.42: An alternating source with a variable frequency, an inductor with i...
 31.43: Remove the capacitor from the circuit in Fig. 317 and set R = 200 ...
 31.44: An ac generator with '&/11 = 220 V and operating at 400 Hz causes ...
 31.45: (a) In an RLC circuit, can the amplitude of the voltage across an i...
 31.46: An alternating emf source with a variable frequency fd is connected...
 31.47: An RLC circuit such as that of Fig. 317 has R = 5.00 il, C = 20.0 ...
 31.48: Figure 3131 shows a driven RLC circuit that contains two identical...
 31.49: In Fig. 3132, a generator with an adjustable frequency of oscillat...
 31.50: An alternating emf source with a variable frequency tl is connected...
 31.51: The fractional halfwidth t:.Wd of a resonance curve, such as the o...
 31.52: An ac voltmeter with large impedance is connected in turn across th...
 31.53: An air conditioner connected to a 120 V rms ac line is equivalent t...
 31.54: What is the maximum value of an ac voltage whose rms value is 100 V?
 31.55: What direct current will produce the same amount of thermal energy,...
 31.56: A typical light dimmer used to dim the stage lights in a theater co...
 31.57: In an RLC circuit such as that of Fig. 317 assume that R = 5.00 n,...
 31.58: For Fig. 3134, show that the average rate at which energy is dissi...
 31.59: In Fig. 317, R = 15.0 n, C = 4.70 J.LF, and L = 25.0 mHo The gener...
 31.60: In a series oscillating RLC circuit, R = 16.0 n, C = 31.2 p,F, L = ...
 31.61: Figure 3135 shows an ac generator connected to a "black box" throu...
 31.62: A generator supplies 100 V to a transformer's primary coil, which h...
 31.63: A transformer has 500 primary turns and 10 sec ondary turns. (a) I...
 31.64: Figure 3136 shows an "autotransformer." It consists of a single co...
 31.65: An ac generator provides emf to a Fig. 3136 64. resistive load in ...
 31.66: In Fig. 3134, let the rectangular box on the left represent the (h...
 31.67: An ac generator produces emf ~ = ~11l sin(wdt  7T/4), where ~111 =...
 31.68: A series RLC circuit is driven by a generator at a frequency of 200...
 31.69: A generator of frequency 3000 Hz drives a series RLC circuit with a...
 31.70: A 45.0 mH inductor has a reactance of 1.30 kn. (a) What is its oper...
 31.71: An RLC circuit is driven by a generator with an emf amplitude of 80...
 31.72: A series RLC circuit is driven in such a way that the maximum volta...
 31.73: A capacitor of capacitance 158 fLF and an inductor form an LC circu...
 31.74: An oscillating LC circuit has an inductance of 3.00 mH and a capaci...
 31.75: For a certain driven series RLC circuit, the maximum generator emf ...
 31.76: A 1.50 fLF capacitor has a capacitive reactance of 12.0 n. (a) What...
 31.77: In Fig. 3137, a threephase generator G produces electrical power ...
 31.78: An electric motor connected to a 120 V, 60.0 Hz ac outlet does mech...
 31.79: (a) In an oscillating LC circuit, in terms of the maximum charge Q ...
 31.80: A series RLC circuit is driven by an alternating source at a freque...
 31.81: In a certain series RLC circuit being driven at a frequency of 60.0...
 31.82: A 1.50 mH inductor in an oscillating LC circuit stores a maximum en...
 31.83: A generator with an adjustable frequency of oscillation is wired in...
 31.84: A series RLC circuit has a resonant frequency of 6.00 kHz. When it ...
 31.85: An LC circuit oscillates at a frequency of 10.4 kHz. (a) If the cap...
 31.86: When under load and operating at an rms voltage of 220 V, a certain...
 31.87: The ac generator in Fig. 3138 supplies 120 Vat 60.0 Hz. With the s...
 31.88: In an oscillating LC circuit, L = 8.00 mH and C = 1.40 fLF. At time...
 31.89: For a sinusoidally driven series RLC circuit, show that over one co...
 31.90: What capacitance would you connect across a 1.30 mH inductor to mak...
 31.91: A series circuit with resistorinductorcapacitor combination R1, L...
 31.92: Consider the circuit shown in Fig. 3139. With switch Sj closed and...
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We have explored the basic physics of electric and magnetic fields and how energy can be stored in capacitors and inductors. We next turn to the associ ated applied physics, in which the energy stored in one location can be transferred to another location so that it can be put to use. For example, energy produced at a power plant can show up at your home to run a computer. The total worth of this applied physics is now so high that its estimation is almost impossible. Indeed, mod ern civilization would be impossible without this applied physics. In most parts of the world, electrical energy is transferred not as a direct current but as a sinusoidally oscillating current (alternating current, or ac). The challenge to both physicists and engineers is to design ac systems that transfer energy efficiently and to build appliances that make use of that energy. In our discussion of electrically oscillating systems in this chapter, our first step is to examine oscillations in a simple circuit consisting of inductance L and capacitance C.
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