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rahul91Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
its easy with KVL and laplace transform
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nallamalaBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
first learn the formulas for R L C then automatically u vil get the process
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samdolBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
V = R*dq/dt + q/c + L*d(dq/dt)/dt (serial connected RLC circuit) dq/dt > k*e^(jwt), (j = (1)^0.5) then V = {R +1/(cjw) + Ljw}*ke^(jwt) then rearrange right side, one is real part, the other is complex part V(real part) = [R^2 + {Lw  1/(cw)}^2]*k*cos(jwttheta) V(complex part) = [R^2 + {Lw  1/(cw)}^2]*k*sin(jwttheta) theta is phasor differece between I to V
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skiandbladeBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
In order ro solve LRC circuits, you should have some background with exponents whicn are covered in Calculus II.
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