Lecture 20

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Lecture 20 figures 1 Fig. 20-1: A parallel driven RLC circuit. Find i c (t) for t>0. Fig. 20-1a: The circuit of Example 20-1 with currents and voltages labeled valid at t = 0 + . Fig. 20-1b: The solution for v c (t) valid for t > 0. Fig. 20-1c: The solution for i c (t) valid for t > 0.
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Lecture 20 figures 2 Fig. 20-2: The switch,
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Unformatted text preview: which has been open for a long time, closes at t = 0. Determine i L (t) for t > 0. Fig. 20-2b: The solution for i L (t) valid for t > 0. Fig. 20-3: The 4 mA source turns on and the 5 mA source turns off at t = 0. Determine v c (t) for t > 0. Fig. 20-3b: The solution for v C (t) valid for t > 0....
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