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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

hello, have some trouble with a resonator...may you help me? pls

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  1. anonymous
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    okay i will try, whats your problem?

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    so, i have a series-series resonator and i need to write the equations to it, which are some derivatives

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    okay, and?

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    a resonator has a higher amplitude at resonant frequency right?

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    not sure, anyway i have to write just the equations, not the explanations..

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    okay i just want to make sure, its been a long time since i did this.

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    let me get back to you on this. I have to refresh my memory on the theory of frequency and resonance.

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    try googling resonance in the meantime.

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    ok, i wiil try to send you the circuit

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    oh you have a circuit? Yes, take a picture and post it here,

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    right away

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    okay. I did circuits way back in college. This does look familiar, but I don't think I can help you. I will try once I refresh myself on this subject. Meanwhile, post your problem again on the board along with the attachment. Maybe someone else can help you out.

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