The complete solution for examining the response of a series LRC circuit with various driving frequencies. This complete solution is designed for use with PASCO Capstone Software.
- 1x Resistor Capacitor Inductor Network
- 3x Voltage Sensor (unshrouded)
- 8x Banana Plug Cord Sets, 30 cm Length
- 1x BNC Function Generator Output Cable (unshrouded)
The response of a series LRC circuit is examined at driving frequencies above, below, and at the resonant frequency. A sinusoidal voltage is applied individually to a resistor, a capacitor, and an inductor. The amplitude of the current and the phase difference between the applied voltage and the current are measured in each of the three circuits to see the effect each component has on the current. Finally, a sinusoidal voltage is applied to an inductor, resistor, and capacitor in series. The amplitude of the current and the phase difference between the applied voltage and the current are measured and compared to theory.
- LC oscillations
- Inductive, capacitive, and resistive AC circuits
- LRC resonant frequency
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|LRC Series Circuits and Resonance Experiment||English||22.92 MB|