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Transcript
Example:
This circuit is equivalent to a single capacitor having capacitance C eq = 8 F . Determine the value
of the capacitance C
Solution:
The 16 F capacitor is in series with a parallel combination of 4 F and 12 F capacitors. The
capacitance of the equivalent capacitor is
16 ( 4 + 12 )
=8 F
16 + ( 4 + 12 )
The 30 F capacitor is in parallel with a short circuit, which is equivalent to a short circuit. After
making these simplifications, we have
Then
8 = C eq =
10 (12 + C + 8 )
⇒ C = 20 F
10 + (12 + C + 8 )
Example:
This circuit contains 7 capacitors each having
capacitance C. The voltage source voltage is
given by
v ( t ) = 4 cos ( 3 t ) V
Find the current i(t) when C = 1 F.
Solution:
Replacing series and parallel capacitors by equivalent capacitors, the circuit can be reduced as
follows:
Then
i (t ) =
8C d
8C d
8 ×1
32
⎡⎣ −12sin ( 3 t ) ⎤⎦ = − sin ( 3 t ) V
v (t ) =
4 cos ( 3 t ) =
21 d t
21 d t
21
7
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