A circuit is constructed with an AC power supply, with a peak voltage of 12 V and a frequency of 50 Hz, connected in series with a 200 Ω resistor, a 300 mH inductor and a 470 μF capacitor. Calculate the peak value of the voltage across the resistor, in V.
A circuit is constructed with an AC power supply, with a peak voltage of 12 V...
Circuit Analysis in Electrical Engineering 4. A resistor and a capacitor are connected in series across a 270-V ac supply. When the frequency is 40 Hz, the current flowing in the circuit is 6.25 A. When the frequency is 50 Hz, the current flowing in the circuit is 7.5 A Calculate the resistance and capacitance of the resistor and capacitor respectively. (99.97 μF; 16.798 Ω) If the resistor and capacitor are now connected in parallel across the 60-Hz supply, calculate...
An AC generator supplies an rms voltage of 120 V at 60.0 Hz. It is connected in series with a 0.350 H inductor, a 5.10 μF capacitor and a 306 Ω resistor. a. What is the impedance of the circuit? b. What is the rms current through the resistor? c. What is the average power dissipated in the circuit? d. What is the peak current through the resistor? e. What is the peak voltage across the inductor? f. What is...
An AC generator supplies an rms voltage of 120 V at 60.0 Hz. It is connected in series with a 0.450 H inductor, a 5.4 uF capacitor and a 351 ohm resistor. What is the impedance of the circuit? What is the rms current through the resistor? What is the average power dissipated in the circuit? What is the peak current through the resistor? What is the peak voltage across the inductor? What is the peak voltage across the capacitor?...
An AC generator supplies an rms voltage of 120 V at 60.0 Hz. It is connected in series with a 0.400 H inductor, a 5.30 ?F capacitor and a 251 ohm resistor. A.) What is the impedance of the circuit? B.) What is the rms current through the resistor? C.) What is the average power dissipated in the circuit? D.) What is the peak current through the resistor? E.) What is the peak voltage across the inductor F.) What is...
Question 11 1 pts The peak voltage of an AC source is 200. V. What is the rms voltage? O 200 V O 282 V O 141 V O 100V 1 pts Question 12 In the typical household AC voltage of 120 V, calculate the peak voltage: O 240 V O 120 V O 170 V O 85 V 1 pts Question 13 In an AC series circuit the inductive reactance is 50 and the frequency is 100 Hz. What...
An AC generator supplies an rms voltage of 240 V at 60.0 Hz. It is connected in series with a 0.650 H inductor, a 6.00 μF capacitor and a 266 Ω resistor. What is the average power dissipated in the circuit?
A continuous AC voltage with peak voltage of 6 V and frequency f=732398 Hz is connected with a resistor (R-220 Ω), a capacitor with C-0.1 μΕ and an an inductor with L=680 nH. What is the capacitive reactance? What is the inductive reactance? What is the impedance when all three components are connected in SERIES? What is the current when all three components are connected in SERIES? What is the impedance of the circuit when all three components are connected...
An external AC voltage source provides a 100 V peak voltage to each of the circuits described below. Assume the peak voltage of the source remains 100 V when the frequency is changed. Select Decrease, Increase or Remain Unchanged to each of the following statements. A resistor, capacitor and an inductor are connected to the voltage supply and the circuit is at resonance. If the frequency of the source is decreased, the current in the circuit will __________. A: Increase...
In a series circuit, a generator (1300 Hz, 15.0 V) is connected to a 14.0- resistor, a 3.90-μF capacitor, and a 5.80-mH inductor. Find the voltages across (a) the resistor, (b) the capacitor, and (c) the inductor. Note: The ac current and voltage are rms values and power is an average value unless indicated otherwise.
A 130 V (rms), 62 Hz power supply is connected to an RLC series circuit with R = 145 Ω , L = 1.35 mH , and C = 31.0 μF . Part A: Find the reactance of the capacitor Part B: Find the reactance of the inductor Part C: Find the circuit impedance Part D: Find the peak current