Lecture Notes 9_Reactive

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Unformatted text preview: 1) If v (t1 ) = v (t2 ) then the average current exactly equals zero. (2) If v is bounded then the average current → 0 as (t2 − t1 ) → ∞. The average current through a capacitor is zero and, likewise, the average voltage across an inductor is zero. E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3717) Capacitors and Inductors: 9 – 9 / 12 Average Current/Voltage 9: Capacitors and Inductors • Capacitors • Types of Capacitor • Inductors • Passive Components • Series and Parallel For a capacitor i = C dv . Take the average of both sides: dt 1 t2 −t1 Inductors • Series and Parallel Capacitors • Current/Voltage Continuity • Average Current/Voltage • Buck Converter • Power and Energy • Summary t2 t1 idt = = C t2 −t1 1 t2 −t1 t2 t1 v (t ) C dv dt = dt 2 [v ]v(t1 ) = C t2 −t1 C t2 −t1 v (t2 ) v (t1 ) dv (v (t2 ) − v (t1 )) (1) If v (t1 ) = v (t2 ) then the average current exactly equals zero. (2) If v is bounded then the average current → 0 as (t2 − t1 ) → ∞. The average current through a capacitor is zero and, likewise, the average voltage across an inductor is zero. The circuit symbols remind you of this. E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3...
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