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/* This program has been designed to calculate the value of the current in an RC circuit for times in the range 0.0 to 0.4 seconds and return the values in table*/ a public class RCcircuit { public static void main(String[] args) { final double Vs=10; //Voltage Source final double R=1E4; //Resistance final double C=18E-6; //Capacitance double t=0.0; //Time / double b =(-t/(R*C)); double p= Math.pow(Math.E,b); double i =(Vs*(p)/R); //Current i System.out.println("Time(s)\tCurrent(A)");
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Unformatted text preview: System.out.println("-------------------"); System.out.println("0.0\t"+i); t=0.1; b =(-t/(R*C)); p= Math.pow(Math.E,b); i =(Vs*(p)/R); System.out.println("0.1\t"+i); t=0.2; b =(-t/(R*C)); p= Math.pow(Math.E,b); i =(Vs*(p)/R); System.out.println("0.2\t"+i); t=0.3; b =(-t/(R*C)); p= Math.pow(Math.E,b); i =(Vs*(p)/R); System.out.println("0.3\t"+i); t=0.4; b =(-t/(R*C)); p= Math.pow(Math.E,b); i =(Vs*(p)/R); System.out.println("0.4\t"+i); } }...
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