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LRC Resonance

The current through a series LRC circuit is examined as a function of applied frequency and the effects of changing the values of the resistance, inductance, and capacitance are observed. The phase difference between the applied voltage and the current is measured below resonance, at resonance, and above resonance.


Student Files

79_LRC_Resonance_w_Data.cap 527.24 KB
79_LRC_Resonance.cap 510.46 KB
79B_LRC_Resonance.docx 403.37 KB
79B_Image3.jpg 23.79 KB
79B_Lr_phasor.jpg 36.01 KB
79B_Circuit_setup.JPG 653.98 KB
79B_LRC_Circuit_Diagram.jpg 42.02 KB
79B_LRC_with_2_meters.jpg 25.02 KB
79B_LRC_with_4_meters.jpg 33.78 KB
79B_LRC_without_sensors.jpg 237.79 KB
79B_LRCwith_sensors.jpg 269.92 KB
79B_phasewithout_sensors.jpg 237.79 KB
79B_Phasor_Diagram.jpg 162.21 KB
79B_Phasewith_sensors.jpg 271.36 KB
79B_res_freq.jpg 2.55 KB
79B_setup.JPG 907.66 KB
79B_Total_Setup.jpg 960.19 KB
79B_LRC_Resonance.pdf 238.90 KB
Source: Lab #79B

Comprehensive 850 Physics System

LRC Resonance