Wo=
1
=100 Radians/Seconds
(LC)
Impedance = 250
Phase Angle = .643 Radians
z= R 2 +(X lX c )2=250
X l=LW=160
1
X c=
=10
WC
I=
=arctan
150
=.643 Radians
200
V
30V
o
sin( wt)=
sin (400t36.86 )
Z
250
o
CURRENT BALANCE LAB
With Lab Partners
CLARK COLLEGE
Phys 233
Thurs
Introduction:
The objective of this lab is to determine the value of the permeability of free space, .
To achieve this objective a cu
In this exercise you will model the behaviour of two circuits as a function of frequency.
The circuits are shown here with an AC input.
The goal of the model is to produce two graphs, one for each cir
dupper :
dlower :
r:
yzero :
y:
h(y-yzero) :
0.00315 m
0.00315 m
0.219 m
0.174 m
0.138 m
-0.036 m
D:
2.05 m
e:
0.0019229268 m
a:
0.0050729268 m
o : 1.691440097E-006
M
8.809E-007
l
0.166 m
Force(Consta
1) Always true; field lines are a complete loop. They cannot be incomplete.
2) False; aligned dipoles in permanent magnets creates a magnetic field without the need of
current.
3) True in certain circ
1) False; electromagnetic waves do not constitute charge.
2) False; the intensity proportionally decreases inversely to the square of the distance.
I
1
2
r
3) False; the polarizations of the electron
1) False; it will be in the clockwise direction according to the Lorenz law B is increasing upwardly. So
to decrease the flux it should flow clockwise in the upper solenoid.
2) False; if I in the bott