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# ECE201_17_jung - ECE 201 Lecture 17 Inductor/Capacitor...

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ECE 201 Lecture 17 Inductor/Capacitor combinations Announcements Last Two Lectures: Introduced L and C Inductance and Inductors Capacitance and Capacitors Lecture 17: We absorb L and C into circuits. KCL, KVL for L, C circuits L and C combinations Unit step functions

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KCL and KVL KCL and KVL remain valid for time-varying currents and voltages and for all the time ; When C and L are involved, the KCL and KVL equations become differential equations or integral equations; To determine currents and voltages, we need to solve the differential equations, or integral equations, with appropriate initial conditions ; The initial conditions are that the inductor currents and capacitor voltages can’t jump abruptly (i.e. the continuity properties of inductors and capacitors).
Example Phase difference?

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## This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course ECE 201 taught by Professor Bobo during the Spring '09 term at Bradley.

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ECE201_17_jung - ECE 201 Lecture 17 Inductor/Capacitor...

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