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Unformatted text preview: and its duration is from t =0 to t = 200 μ s. Determine the current in the inductor and the resistor as a function of time, and the total heat the resistor generates. 4. A series AC circuit contains the following components: a 150 Ω resistor, and inductor of 250 mH, a capacitor of 2.00 μ F, and source with Δ V max = 160 V operating at 60.0 Hz. Calculate the (a) inductive reactance, (b) capacitive reactance, (c ) impedance, (d) maximum current (e) phase angle between the current and the source voltage, (f) the rms values of the current and the source voltage, and (g) the average power delivered from the power source. If you are allowed to only change the capacitor, what capacitance you would choose to have the maximum average power delivered?...
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 Spring '08
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 Current, Magnetism, Electrical resistance, source voltage, straight wire, maximum average power, series AC circuit, current pulse

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