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Sinusoidal Steady State By : Sandra Haidar Christophe Hoyek Presented to : Mr. Nassif Daoud A Formal Report for the circuit lab ELEN303 Faculty of Engineering University of Balamand 8-3-2016

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I-Objective: The purpose of this experiment is to examine the sinusoidal steady-state response of a resonant circuit in the phasor domain. II-Procedure: 1 Prepare a data table and build the circuit : a Preparing a data table composed of 7 columns: labeled frequency, Vin, Vout, A, B, phase angle θ and the sign. b Building the circuit with adjustment of the function generator to produce a 2 Vpp sine wave and 0 DC offset. 2 The Lissajous Pattern : The Lissajous Pattern was used to measure the phase angle between the two sinusoidal curves of both Vin and Vout of the same frequency.
We calculated the phase angle θ using the formula: θ = sin -1 (A/B), where A and B are measured on the oscilloscope o We connected Vin to the X-channel and Vout to the Y-channel of the scope.

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