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Transcript
Lab #8 – Inductors/Capacitors
• Activity #1 – Build a Capacitor
• Activity #2 – Build an Inductor
• Activity #3 – Integrate and differentiate
common waveforms
• Activity #4 – Simulate circuits with
capacitors
– Relationship between current and voltage
– Phase relationship
Tips
• Activities #1 and #2 requires the use of the
RLC meter, so the North half of the lab
should start with activities #3 and #4 while
the South half does Activities #1 and #2
• You will need to be creative and Google
some information to find the width of a
sheet of paper, its dielectric and other
parameters.
• Watch your units, so you come out with
good values.
Tips
• In activity #3, you will need to label the y-axis
with appropriate numbers and units
• In activity #4, you will be using a simulated
oscilloscope. This instrument takes a picture of
the voltage waveform as it changes over time
• In activity #4, an easy way to measure current
using an oscilloscope is to add a series resistor,
measure the voltage and then divide by the
resistance to get the current