A 100-V a.c. source of frequency 500 Hz is connected to a series LCRcircuit with L = 8.1 mH, . Find the difference across the resistance.
The inductive reactance in the circuit is
The capacitive reactance is
Since XL = XC, the impedance of the circuit is
The p.d. across the resistance is
An a.c. voltage V = 200 sin 314t is applied across a series C-R circuit.Where . Find the capacitive reactance.
In a series R-C circuit, V = 100 V and . Find the current in the circuit and the voltage across the capacitor and the resistor. Is the algebraic sum of these voltages more than the source voltage? If yes, resolve the paradox.
Calculate the rms current in an a.c. circuit containing a capacitor of in series. The power supply in the circuit is rated 230 V, 50 Hz.
An alternating rms current of 1.5 mA and angular frequency flows through a capacitor in series. Calculate the rms voltage across the capacitor and the impedance of the circuit.
When an alternating voltage of 220 V is applied across a device X, a current 0.5 A flows through the circuit and is in phase with the applied voltage. When the same voltage is applied across another device Y, again the same current flows but it leads the voltage by . Compute the current in the circuit when the same voltage in applied across the series combination of X and Y.
A capacitor in series with a resistor is connected to a 110V-60 Hz supply. What is the maximum current in the circuit? What is the time lag between current maximum and voltage maximum?
A 20 V-5 W lamp is to run on 200 V-50 Hz a.c. mains. Find the capacitance of a capacitor required to run the lamp.
An alternating emf of frequency 50 Hz is applied to a series circuit ofresistance , an inductance of 100 mH and a capacitance of . Does the current lag or lead the emf and by what angle?
capacitor, a 0.10- H inductor and a 25.0- resistor are connected with an a.c. source of emf E = 310 sin 314t. Find the frequency of the emf.
capacitor, a 0.3-H inductor and a resistor are connected in series with a 120-60Hz a.c. source. Calculate the impedance of the circuit.