Lecture 26

Lecture 26 - sinusoidal source. We want to find the...

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Lecture 26 figures 1 Fig. 26-1: A series RL network driven by the sinusoidal source (either voltage or current). We want to find the Impedance Z of the R-L combination. Fig. 26-3: A parallel RL network driven by the sinusoidal source. We want to find the Impedance Z of the R-L combination. Fig. 26-2: A series LC network driven by a sinusoidal source. We want to find the Impedance Z of the L-C combination. Fig. 26-4: A parallel LC network driven by the
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Unformatted text preview: sinusoidal source. We want to find the Impedance Z of the L-C combination. Lecture 26 figures 2 Fig. 26-5: The impedance of this R-L combination is Z eq = 50 + j 50 . Fig. 26-6: The impedance of this R-L combination is Z eq = 25 + j 25 . Fig. 26-7: For i in (t) = 20 mA cos (400t), find V out and v out (t). Fig. 26-8: The current phasor diagram for the circuit of Fig. 26-7 showing I R , I C , I L , and their sum ( I R + I C + I L )....
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