# Lecture 14 - s (t), and the voltage across each element is...

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Lecture 14 figures 1 Fig. 14-1: A set of inductors connected in series. The voltage applied across the set is v s (t), and the current through each element is i(t). Fig. 14-2: A set of inductors connected in parallel. The current into the set is i s (t), and the voltage across each element is v(t). Fig. 14-3: A set of capacitors connected in series. The voltage applied across the set is v s (t), and the current through each element is i(t). Fig. 14-4: A set of capacitors connected in parallel. The current into the set is i

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Unformatted text preview: s (t), and the voltage across each element is v(t). Fig. 14-5: A set of inductors. Reduce this network to a single equivalent inductor, L eq . Lecture 14 figures 2 Fig. 14-6: A set of capacitors. Reduce this network to a single equivalent capacitor, C eq . Fig. 14-7: A network of inductors and capacitors. Reduce this network to a simpler network. Summary Table for Resistors, Inductors, and Capacitors: Series Parallel Resistors R eq = R eq = Inductors L eq = L eq = Capacitors C eq = C eq =...
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## This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course IE 230 taught by Professor Xangi during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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