Consider a case of the RLC circuit below Assume the Capacitor is initially charged to 10 V What happens is Cs voltage is creates current That current transfers energy in the inductor L Energy is lost by the resistors R Eventually Cs voltage drops be ID: 27939 Download Pdf

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Consider a case of the RLC circuit below Assume the Capacitor is initially charged to 10 V What happens is Cs voltage is creates current That current transfers energy in the inductor L Energy is lost by the resistors R Eventually Cs voltage drops be

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Underdamped Second Order Systems Underdamped case results in complex numbers This generates a decaying oscillating case. Consider a case of the RLC circuit below Assume the Capacitor is initially charged to 10 V What happens is C's voltage is creates current That current transfers energy in the inductor L Energy is lost by the resistors R Eventually C's voltage drops below L's Current flow changes direction Inductor now transfers energy back to C C and L exchange energy, R losses it This energy loss is called Damping

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