In this Matlab free course, we will be discussing about the RLC circuit Simulink.
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The RLC circuit is one of the most common circuits used in digital electronics.
The Simulink RLC Circuit is a circuit that has three components: an inductor (L), resistor (R) and capacitor (C). The components are connected in series with L across V(across) and RC across ground.
The RLC circuit is a type of circuit that uses an inductor, resistor, and capacitor to store energy. They are used in many different types of circuits to store energy. It consists of an inductor, resistor, and capacitor connected in series, with the inductor connected across the line voltage source and the resistor and capacitor connected to ground. It can be used to model a variety of AC circuits such as lamps, electric motors, or other loads.
The capacitor stores energy when there is a change in voltage. The resistor limits the current flow through the circuit while the inductor works to limit changes in current flow.
The capacitance of the capacitor, the inductance of the inductor and resistance of the resistor are all given as 10nF, 100mH and 1k respectively. The frequency of oscillation is given as 1kHz and time period is given as 10s.
The voltage across the capacitor will be equal to V=I*t/C where I is current through the circuit (0A) and C is capacitance of the capacitor (10nF). Therefore, voltage across the capacitor will be 0V because there will be no current flowing through it.
The advantages of this Simulink RLC circuit are:
-It can be used to measure the electric power
-It is a very basic circuit that is quite easy to understand
-It is time-independent
-It can be used to find the RLC circuit's transient response
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