A current is given by
The initial and final values of currents are respectively
The initial value theorem does not hold good for which of the following functions?
For the parallel RLC circuit to be underdamped
Characteristic equation of a parallel RLC circuit is
For the circuit shown below, the switch K is closed at t = 0,
The value of the current and their derivatives for the above circuit at t = 0 were foundout and matched as given below:
Which of the above are correctly matched ?
At t = 0+, inductor will act as open circuit therefore, i(0+) = 0 A.
Applying KVL in the loop, we have
The energy in a network in Laplace domain is given by
The initial and final values of power are respectively
We know that,
A voltage is given by
The value of V(t→ ∞) is
The voltage across a capacitor is given by
If the capacitor has the value of 2 F, initial value of current through it (at t = 0+) will be
Hence, initial value of current through the capacitor = 2 A.
The impedance Z(s) in the circuit shown below is
The given circuit in Laplace domain is shown below.
The voltage Vc1,Vc2 and Vc3 across the capacitors in the circuit shown below under steady-state, are respectively
Under steady state condition inductors will act as short circuit while capacitors will act as open circuit.
The value of Z(s) in the circuit shown below is given by
The values of R, L and Care respectively given by
On comparing the two values of Z(s), we get