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RLC Series-Parallel Homework
Question 3.
Start with the R3, C1 branch
R3 = 100
X C 1= -j 75
My rectangular coordinates:
100 + -j 75
Solve for Z:
Z = R 2 + X L2
Z = 100 2+ j 752
Solve for phase angle:
=
XC
R
=
-j75
100
tan
-1
Z =10000+ j5625
Z =15625
5/9/2016
Electrical Principles II
PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER
Capacitor
Safety
Inductors
Power
Resistance
Ampacity
ELE8922A
Electrical Principles II
Capacitors and Inductors
in DC Series Circuits
Keep in mind that things change when used
in AC
PART I - DC
Rectifier Summary
Half Wave Rectifier
When the voltage at pt A is positive with respect to ground (and above 0.7V), the diode will conduct. Any
voltage below 0.7V (negative voltage is considered below 0.7V), the diode will not conduct. When the
diode cond
ELE8922A-F13 Formula Sheet
2
i=
t /
E t /
e
R
v c =V O e
Instantaneous current - capacitive
2
X p=
Capacitor decay formula
Rs =
Rp X p
2
2
Rp+ X p
Total resistance for resistors in
parallel, two branches
2
Rs+ X s
Xs
f out =f
Reactance parallel equival
Algonquin College
Of Applied Arts and Technology
DAT8921 Lab 2
1. Write a C+ program to obtain the following output:
2. Write a C+ program to obtain the following output. First use eight cout statements
Then try it with only one cout.
1
Algonquin College
RLC Series-parallel quiz question answer
Z = R1 + C1 + (L1 | C2)
Z = 10 k + -j 2k + (j 3k | -j 2k)
Well do the parallel first. Capacitive and inductive reactance speak the same language so I dont need to
use the pythagorean theorem. They are however in pa
Algonquin College
Of Applied Arts and Technology
DAT8921 Lab 3
1.
Write a program that will prompt a user for three integers, and then print out the product of the
three integers.
Use the following algorithm:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Declare the integer variables x, y
ELE8922A-S16 Formula Sheet
i=
2
E t /
e
R
t /
v c =V O e
2
Rs =
Rp X p
2
2
Rs+ X s
X p=
Xs
f out =f
S T 3 = 3V I L
f out =2 f
v avg =
=2 f
f out =3 f
v avg =
PF=cos
f out =6 f
v c =E +(V O E)e
X p Rp
2
p
R +X
2
p
E
t /
i= ( 1e )
R
tan=
R p=
( )
v av
/*name: Aaron Grootenboer
lab 1a: basic cout
date:2016-05-11
abstract:
*/
#include <iostream>
#include <cmath>
using namespace std;
int main()cfw_
int pause; / initializing a variable for pausing the program once it has been
executed
int x;
int y;
int z;
Lab 01 Sealing vs. Latching
ELE8932
F2015 v1.1 MH
Objectives:
- To review, understand and use the Sealing technique,
- To review, understand and use Latching instructions,
- To learn the difference between sealing and latching and to establish which shoul
Lab 00 - Setting up and Programming the PLC System in CA119E
ELE8932
F2015 rev1.0
Introduction
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), from various manufacturers, are used wherever
automation is present. Applications range through a wide range of applicati
ELE8923
Electrical Machinery
Term Test 1
Student name:
Answer Key
ELE8923 - Electrical Machinery
Term Test 1
ELE8923 - Electrical Machinery
Term Test 1
1.
When the north poles of two bar magnets are brought close together, there will be
a. no force
b. a f
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Lab 03 - Timers
ELE8932
F2015 v1.1
Objectives
- To learn to set up the parameters of timer instructions.
- To sequence Timer instructions in order to create a delayed response.
- To create an oscillator using coupled Timer instructions.
Pre-lab: There is
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