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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 11, November 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Analysis Of Ɍ- Ł-Ϲ Network Circuit With Steady Voltage Source, And With Steady Current Source VIA Convolution Method

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AUTHOR(S)

Rohit Gupta, Loveneesh Talwar, Rahul Gupta

 

KEYWORDS

Analysis, Convolution Method, Series and Parallel Ɍ - Ł -Ϲ Network Circuits, Response.

 

ABSTRACT

The analysis of electric circuits designed by taking elements like resistor Ɍ, inductor Ł and capacitor Ϲ is an essential course in electrical, communication and electronics engineering. Such electric circuits are generally analyzed by adopting the matrix method or classical method or Laplace transformation method. In this paper, a convolution method is discussed for the analysis of a series Ɍ - Ł -Ϲ network circuit connected to a steady voltage source, and a parallel Ɍ - Ł -Ϲ network circuit connected to a steady current source. The response obtained by solving the governing differential equation of a series Ɍ - Ł -Ϲ network circuit connected to a steady voltage source via convolution method will provide an expression for the electric current flowing in the series Ɍ - Ł -Ϲ network circuit, and that of a parallel Ɍ - Ł -Ϲ network circuit connected to a steady current source will provide an expression for the voltage across the parallel Ɍ - Ł -Ϲ network circuit. The nature of response of such series (or parallel) network circuit is determined by the values of elements- inductor Ł, capacitor Ϲ, and resistor Ɍ of the network circuit.

 

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